IAM Technical Analyst (BHJOB22048_621)

ITmPowered    Denver, CO
Job Description
IAM Technical Business Analyst This IAM Technical Business Analyst position has direct, business-facing engagement responsibilities. The primary areas of responsibility include business analysis activities around Role Mining RBAC reviews. Gather IAM requirements and translate them into processes and workflows, designing workflows, assist in the implementation of RBAC across the enterprise. Conduct interviews with key stakeholders, […]

IAM Technical Business Analyst

This IAM Technical Business Analyst position has direct, business-facing engagement responsibilities. The primary areas of responsibility include business analysis activities around Role Mining RBAC reviews. Gather IAM requirements and translate them into processes and workflows, designing workflows, assist in the implementation of RBAC across the enterprise. Conduct interviews with key stakeholders, IAM Analysts, and developers and document IAM processes and procedures. Support data access governance reviews and assessment processes, document identity data stores. Troubleshoot access request, approval, and fulfillment workflows, remediate IAM security weaknesses. Develop and support job transfer, termination, and orphan reviews. Analyze and document IAM infrastructure, database, application, interfaces, and integration points. Conduct comprehensive Roles and Data Access Reviews and translate into governance requirements. Navigate directories (Active Directory, LDAP), Databases (Oracle, SQL Server), and IAM (SailPoint, Aveksa) platforms to gather and document and validate role mining, data access, and identity stores. Design and work with engineers to implement IAM RBAC Preventative controls (least privilege), Detective Controls, Access controls to (users, applications, directories, etc.). Onboard new applications, perform quarterly, annual privilege and access reviews. Work with IAM engineers to design and enable role mining automation as a part of ongoing IAM governance program. Build and implement RBAC education strategy using the current role management technologies (e.g. SailPoint IdentityIQ, SailPoint Identity Governance, RSA Aveksa).

Primary Responsibilities

  • Conducting cross-functional role-modeling exercises with both business and technical users to create roles that accurately reflect the organization’s business and corresponding IT access authorizations to fulfill those business needs.
  • Communicating with business, stakeholders, and IAM engineering, and helping stakeholders understand different implementation options at business and technical level.
  • Performing role audits to find loosely coupled roles that are redundant or are overlapping and then work on to aggregate or split the role into more coherent and self-reflecting job functions.
  • Execution of role lifecycle processes to include: role definition, role approval, role retirement, role recertification, and role maintenance.
  • Coordinate with business stakeholders to identify Segregation of Duties (SOD) and defining policy in IAM software to enforce that policy.
  • Performing role discovery and role refactoring (maintaining and optimizing existing roles).
  • Performing role mining using both top-down, business-oriented role modeling, bottom-up IT role mining.
  • Document IAM runbooks, IAM processes and procedures, IAM review processes for IT compliance, IT risk assurance, and external auditors.

Job Qualifications

  • 3+ years of professional work experience as a Business Analyst in Role-based Access Control as part of an IAM environment.
  • Experience participating in an IAM cross-functional role-modeling exercise with both business and technical users to create roles that accurately reflect the organization’s business and corresponding IT access authorizations to fulfill those Business needs.
  • Experience with Directories (LDAP, AD)..
  • Experience with Databases (Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL) is a plus.
  • Experience with enterprise IAM systems (e.g. SailPoint IdentityIQ, Identity Governance, RSA Aveksa).
  • Familiarity with identity management provisioning processes (e.g. joiner, mover, leaver (JML) and access request and recertification).
  • Strong workflow and process modeling documentation, creating swim lanes and flowcharts
  • Strong Data mapping experience across different source platforms
  • Experience with access models such as RBAC and ABAC
  • Excellent communication skills and experience working with business and technology stakeholders.

Logistics:

  • Local Denver resources only. On site only. No remote.
  • NO sub- NO sponsorship available.

Tue, 28 May 2019 23:35:54 GMT

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