Manager, Information System Security – Toronto

The Citizen Lab, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto, is hiring a Manager, Information Systems Security. Reporting to the Director of Administration, Citizen Lab and working under the general direction of the Director, Citizen Lab in coordination with the University of Toronto’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), you will be responsible for working with Information Technology staff and resources at the Citizen Lab and the wider University to minimize the risk of compromising information, data, servers, and server-based applications. You will assume responsibility for the strategic and tactical planning and provision of systems security, confidentiality, privacy, and risk management in the areas of systems administration, server and service design, implementation, operation, and support.

The Manager, Information Systems Security acts as a project manager for IT projects that fall within areas related to Information Security or projects, which include confidential and restricted information following the security standards and best practices for Identity and Access Management, Information Disclosure, Information Integrity, Business Continuity and Protection of Privacy.

Who you are:

Expert level understanding of the Linux operating systems at both server and client level. Comprehensive knowledge of TCP/IP networking and client-server architecture and protocols. Strong understanding of network configuration, hardware and next-gen firewall/IPS technologies (Cisco ASA, Juniper, Fortinet, Palo Alto) Expert level understanding of the following access control technologies – LDAP and Kerberos. Expert knowledge of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). Expert knowledge of Encryption technologies at network, file and file-system levels. Strong understanding of cryptographic certificates and

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