The primary responsibility of the Manager – Cyber Security Training & Governance is to manage the end-to-end processes and/or managers and analysts performing duties in one or more of the following areas: vulnerability management, cyber data governance, risk and verification, cyber awareness and training, and cyber policy/standards/standard operating procedures development. All duties are to be performed in accordance with departmental and Las Vegas Sands Corp.’s policies, practices, and procedures.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
This Manager – Cyber Security Training and Governance is expected to manage multiple projects and/or manager(s) within the areas of at least one of the following:
Vulnerability management which included successfully scanning the LVSC computing environment for secure configurations and vulnerabilities, researching and eliminating false positives, tracking and remediating found issues, and tracking and performing the exception processes
Cyber governance, risk and verification which performs risk assessments, system security and industrial control system zone security plans including listing controls, gaps in implemented controls and tracking remediation of gaps, and provides input to the risk register
Cyber security awareness and training which includes creating, and delivering cyber awareness training based on role and rank within the organization, and arranging and tracking cyber team member information security training and role progression
Cyber policy/standard and standard operating procedure creation, review, distribution, and maintenance
Safety is an essential function of this job.
Consistent and regular attendance is an essential function of this job.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Company Standards of Conduct
All Las Vegas Sands Corp. Team Members are expected to conduct and carry themselves in a professional manner at all times. Team Members are required to observe the Company’s standards, work requirements and rules of conduct.
At least 21 years of age.
Proof of authorization to work in the United States
Bachelor’s degree computer science or cyber security preferred or equivalent work experience
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Nevada Gaming Control Board Registration and any other certification or license, as required by law or policy.
Must have a current and in good standing CISSP or similar certification for at least 2 years
5 years of hands-on cyber experience
Demonstrated management experience in at least one area in the following list: