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Compliance Analyst Security - A

Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55117, United States
February 13, 2018


This is Vaibhav from the recruiting team of SGS. Currently we are sourcing for as Compliance Analyst Security - A for one of our Fortune 100 clients’ and felt that you would be a great fit for this position. I am enclosing a synopsis of the opportunity for your perusal as well as some background information about our organization. I would like to discuss this opportunity with you in more detail. Feel free to call me on 609-436-9208 or reach me on

Job Title: Compliance Analyst Security - A

Location: Saint Paul, MN 55117

Duration: 06 months

Years’ Experience:

• 2 to 3 Years


• Strong interpersonal skills and communications skills.

• Ability to communicate effectively to both technical and business personnel at all levels of an organization. Demonstrated organizational skills, attention to detail, the ability to handle multiple assignments simultaneously in a timely manner, and be able to meet assigned deadlines and service levels.

• Ability to estimate timelines for tasks and to communicate those to others; ability to properly balance short term activities with long term objectives and to seek guidance when necessary for competing priorities; ability to operate independently on a regular basis; ability to escalate concerns or issues when appropriate; ability to determine when to seek guidance when troubleshooting is no longer beneficial; proven ability to make sound decisions in a timely manner; strong problem solving skills


• Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, MIS, and Mathematics, Engineering, Business or area of functional responsibility preferred, or equivalent 3 years of industry work experience


• The Compliance Analyst will be responsible for supporting cybersecurity remediation activities for (CAT-legacy) fielded products.

• Participate in product security efforts including: asset identification, asset remediation disposition, risk assessment activities and product remediation support.

• Research formal documentation as it pertains to asset management process identified by the Senior Security Compliance Analyst for Abbott (CAT-legacy) fielded products.

• Participate in the cybersecurity remediation project planning and implementation efforts.

• Perform audit related activities such as DHF cybersecurity documentation and evidence gathering.

• Create, maintain, and continually improve documentation for product security compliance per the Cybersecurity Risk Management WI.

• Provide security knowledge and assist in identifying potential vulnerabilities and control measures applicable to fielded product.

• Develop product security compliance technical documentation for internal and external use.

• Develop technical expertise pertaining to product security and effectively transfer knowledge to business and IT team members.

• Perform detailed security risk assessments of Abbott (CAT-legacy) as directed.

• Facilitate product security remediation efforts to successful completion.