| Greater Denver Area
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About the Team:
Reserve Trust is the first fintech trust company with a Federal Reserve master account. We provide B2B payments services that financial institutions and fintech’s have previously only been able to obtain from correspondent and sponsor banks. Unconstrained by legacy banking systems, the company is actively building new services, APIs, and payment rails to support embedded and real time payments for any fintech service or software platform. Headquartered in Colorado, the company is backed by some of the world’s best financial technology investors including QED and Fintech Collective.
Our Company Values:
Trust, Curiosity, Drive and Collaboration
Our Company Culture:
As a member of the Reserve Trust team, you are expected to contribute your talents and energies to conducting our business and improving the culture and quality of Reserve Trust. We value teamwork and collaboration within your department and cross functionally. We encourage knowledge sharing and challenging the norm. We value each other thru active appreciation and recognition. Bring your best practices to the table to help us build a world class, leading payments platform that continuously pushes the envelope in customer service. We want you to be the best version of yourself with us!
How You Fit In:
The Information Security Manager is responsible for helping with the ongoing assessment and execution of the information security program. This includes serving as the process and project owner for all activities related to availability, integrity, and confidentiality of customer, employee, and business information as driven by Reserve Trust’s Risk Appetite and overall information security program. This position requires a mix of business and technical understanding to connect with the strategic direction and day to day execution across the company.
What You’ll Do:
· Assist in monitoring Reserve Trust’s environment to identify key risks, related controls, and gaps; document and report results to management.
· Collaborate with stakeholders on addressing systemic security issues.
· Spearhead, monitor, and track information- security related projects to ensure prompt, effective and efficient implementation.
· Engage in relevant audits and exams and then execute on any necessary remediation that is identified.
· Work with management to assist with developing corrective action plans for identified audit, exam, risk assessment, and/or testing findings.
· Implements and monitors the information security policies and procedures instituted by Reserve Trust.
· Continual refinement and enforcement of the organization’s information security policies, standards and procedures
· Provides information security training to employees, contractors, alliances, and other third parties.
· Monitors and reviews compliance with the organization’s information security policies and procedures among employees, contractors, alliances, and other third parties and refers problems to appropriate department managers or administrators.
· Monitors internal control systems to ensure that appropriate information access levels and are maintained.
· Support the review of technical security requirements and will track any security exceptions and remediation efforts.
· Stay current on the latest information technology and security trends; recommend corrective actions as identified and needed through various information security driven or supported initiatives.
· Gather and report security metrics to the Head of IT, Head of Risk and the Risk Committee of the Board.
· Lead Incident response program tactical team.
· Lead Problem Management program.
· Participates in the organization’s disaster recovery and business continuity plans.
· Monitors advancements in information security technologies, recommends new technologies and product modifications based on new risks/threats that would provide value to the collaboration.
· Ability to work independently on goals and direction provided by the Head Of IT
· Ability to analyze complex projects and identify relevant policies, gaps, and risks. Works independently with project teams and requires advanced oral and written communication skills.
· Other duties as assigned.
· Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in computer science, or similar combination of education and experience
· 5+ years of experience in information security
· Understanding of the following: OWASP Top 10 Security Risks, NIST cybersecurity framework, and other related frameworks,
· Strong interpersonal, communication, and customer service skills
· Ability to think critically
· Ability to work independently or in a group setting
· Developing and leading cross functional teams
· Previous experience with the creation and management of organizational risk assessments
· Experience working in a highly regulated industry
· Experience with and an understanding of the cybersecurity market and security risk management
· Knowledge of FFIEC IT examination handbooks
· Working in a fintech environment
What Reserve Trust Offers:
· Competitive Salaries
· Stock Options
· 401(k) with company contribution
· Excellent No-Cost and Low-Cost Medical, Dental and Vision plans for employees and dependents
· Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability and Life Insurance
· FSA and HSA Plans
· Flexible PTO
· Home office stipend
We feel passionately about equal pay for equal work, and transparency in compensation is one vehicle to achieve that. Total compensation for this role is market competitive, including a base salary range of $125,000 – $150,000. Reserve Trust intends to offer the selected candidate base pay within this range, dependent on job-related, non-discriminatory factors such as experience and location.
The Reserve Trust Company does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, disability, gender, or any other protected status.
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