Cyber Security Analyst


CISOSHARE is growing and searching for an experienced analyst to support client projects in a growing and diverse client portfolio. CISOSHARE is the leader in Cyber Security Program Development, headquartered in Orange County, California. Our team has over fifteen years of experience in this niche cyber security field, which has become one of the most in-demand cyber security services requested across major global and emerging businesses.

The Cyber Security Analyst will be responsible for performing cyber security program tasks associated with implementing best practices to help secure CISOSHARE clients’ information and IT environments. Interface with globally recognized clients, leveraging security best practices to grow client businesses by implementing secure information processing activities and supporting sales teams. Support clients’ Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) in the development and execution of risk management, vulnerability management, and incident management programs – policies, standards, processes and performance of tasks. Interface with business units – development, finance, sales, legal, IT operations, and others – to implement cyber security best practices. Develop and maintain cyber security program communication framework, processes and content to support key business stakeholders – Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), Chief Information Officers (CIOs), Chief Technology Officers (CTOs), Legal Counsel, and other key management. Work as part of a global team to execute ongoing projects for IT, security, and executive teams that focus on aligning businesses to cyber security best practices and regulatory requirements.


  • Consult with clients on information security best practices
  • Provide clients with guidance to develop and mature best practice security programs
  • Develop and implement security program governance, communication framework, policies, standards, and processes
  • Perform tasks to support information security risk and vulnerability management program
  • Translate business requirements into technical and programmatic security requirements
  • Perform tasks to support information security incident management program
  • Assess and respond to third party information security risk assessments
  • Review and update information security policies and processes
  • Support development team with SDLC risk analysis
  • Communicate with security program management the status of remediation tasks
  • Communicate with clients at a technical level to communicate the business implications of cyber security
  • Interface with client IT and risk management teams to explain and negotiate implemented program and technical safeguards
  • Prepare presentations to clients to best address their security needs
  • Prepare reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information
  • Organize information by studying, analyzing, interpreting, and classifying data
  • Meet with customers to determine cyber security needs
  • Support business compliance with risk, audit, regulatory, and legal requirements
  • Collaborate with the Cyber Security Architecture group to implement and maintain a mature suite of preventive and detective safeguards
  • Report the status of cyber security program projects and initiatives to the Security Project Management Office (PMO)
  • Travel up to 20%
  • Perform other duties as assigned



  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • A minimum of four years of established work experience in information security/cyber security.
  • Five years of professional experience
  • Experience with best practice and compliance requirements and standards – NIST 800-53, ISO 27001/2, PCI-DSS, HIPAA, SOC2, GDPR
  • Experience performing and responding to information security risk assessments
  • Ability to work onsite in Chapin, South Carolina
  • Culturally aware and adaptive customer service approach


  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably Information Systems Management, Computer Science, Criminal Justice or related fields or equivalent
  • Consulting experience
  • Experience implementing or running governance risk and compliance software and tools
  • Experience implementing or running vulnerability management software and tools


  • Must have a valid state driver’s license with a good driving record.


  • Microsoft Office/Office 365
  • Word processing software (Microsoft Word)
  • Spreadsheet software (Microsoft Excel)
  • Design software (Visio)
  • Advanced in chat applications, online meetings, and collaboration tools


  • Lots of growth opportunity
  • Work in an emerging career field
  • Experience a small company culture while supporting a global client portfolio


Job Category: Cyber Security Consultant
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: San Clemente California

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