Cloud Project Security Manager
Boston , Massachusetts
Open to Remote
$110k - $130k
We are working with a prestigious University that is looking for a Cloud Security Project Manager will be responsible for leading and managing cloud security initiatives to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive data and systems. The individual will work closely with cross-functional teams, vendors, and stakeholders to design, implement, and maintain robust security measures within the cloud environment. This role will require a strong blend of technical expertise, project management skills, and a deep understanding of security best practices.
- Collaborate with IT teams, researchers, and administrators to identify cloud security requirements and implement appropriate solutions.
- Lead the planning, execution, and delivery of cloud security projects, ensuring they are completed on time and within budget.
- Develop and maintain comprehensive project plans, including risk assessments, resource allocation, and milestones.
- Implement security controls and mechanisms to safeguard sensitive data and systems hosted in cloud environments.
- Monitor and assess cloud infrastructure for vulnerabilities and security gaps, taking corrective actions as needed.
- Provide guidance and expertise to teams during cloud migration efforts, ensuring security is integrated into every step of the process.
- Prepare and deliver regular progress reports and presentations to stakeholders and leadership.
- Conduct security awareness and training sessions to educate staff on cloud security best practices.
- Bachelor's degree in Information Security, Computer Science, or a related field; Master's degree preferred.
- Relevant industry certifications such as Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP), or Project Management Professional (PMP) are a plus.
- Proven experience in project management, particularly in leading complex cloud security initiatives.
- In-depth understanding of cloud platforms such as AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud, and their respective security frameworks.
- Strong knowledge of security standards and best practices, including encryption, access controls, identity and access management (IAM), and network security.
Posted by: Amanda Oliver