The Senior Consultant for Cyber Security and Data Privacy focuses on enabling research and scholarship activities by working directly with the University of Chicago research community to address cyber security and data privacy needs. With an initial focus on establishing and maintaining requirements for sensitive human subjects research data collected by University researchers and large sensitive data sets provided by third parties, the Senior Consultant for Cyber Security and Data Privacy will identify and create the operational and governance framework to establish institutional support for these activities.The Senior Consultant for Cyber Security and Data Privacy will also assist the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) in policy and process development, and campus-wide risk assessment.The Senior Consultant for Cyber Security and Data Privacy will collaborate with colleagues nationally and internationally to define, create, and enhance security and trust related service offerings to improve support for research and scholarship activities at the University.The University of Chicago has a diverse culture that values ideas and actions on their own merits.Essential Functions:Counsel the CIO, the CISO, and cognizant institutional leaders on the role of cyber security in enabling research and scholarship activities and in managing IT risk associated with sensitive research data.Participate in the development and implementation of cyber security strategies, policies, and practices for the University with institutional leadership, central and distributed IT units, legal, risk management, audit, and compliance functions, and governance bodies in the University and the University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences.Partner with leaders of research activities having a substantial risk or compliance component and with Office of Legal Counsel, University Research Administration, the Provost's Office, the Institutional Review Boards, and others to help these activities be successful.Advise others providing identity and access management and data security services as Subject Matter Expert.Collaborate with colleagues nationally and internationally to define, create, and enhance security and trust related service offerings to better support research and scholarship activities at the University.Other duties as assigned.
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