The California State Lottery is recruiting for a chief information security and privacy officer (IT Manager I).
The responsibilities of the position include providing oversight and participating in the planning, developing and managing efforts of information security and data privacy duties for the Lottery. According to the job posting, additional responsibilities include:
- Manage, develop, implement and maintain all necessary information security and privacy policies, standards, and procedures required for a comprehensive Information Security and Privacy Protection Program.
- Manage the design, development, implementation and operation of the information security and privacy program for the collection, use, storage and destruction of Lottery’s information assets, including information security and privacy awareness training program with attention to relevant policies and practices.
- Manage and conduct ongoing risk assessments to identify potential vulnerabilities that could threaten the security, confidentiality and integrity of Lottery’s information assets.
- Select cost-effective security to defend against internal and external threats.
- Continuous assessment of information security and privacy operations to identify and implement operational improvements and efficiencies.
- Manage, monitor and respond to incidents involving intentional, unintentional or unauthorized access, disclosure, use, modification or destruction of Lottery assets.
More information about the position is available in the duty statement.
The monthly salary range is $8,016 to $10,742, and the application deadline is Thursday.