Accenture Security helps organizations prepare, protect, detect, respond, and recover along with all points of the security lifecycle. Cybersecurity challenges are different for every business in every industry. Leveraging our global resources and advanced technologies, we create integrated, turnkey solutions tailored to our client's needs across their entire value chain. Whether we’re defending against known cyberattacks, detecting and responding to the unknown, or running an entire security operations center, we will help companies build cyber resilience to grow with confidence. Our team of the security sector’s brightest people uses the coolest tech to out-hack the hackers and help clients build resilience from within. We blend risk strategy, digital identity, cyber defense, application security, and managed service solutions to rethink the entire security lifecycle.
Do you have the deep functional and technical experience to help implement security solutions that align with our clients’ business objectives? Do you have the expertise to design and deliver solutions for establishing system user's credentials, and processes for applying those credentials to access enterprise systems and applications?
If so, read on and apply. Accenture’s more than 2,000 security professionals deliver holistic and proactive security solutions in 47 countries, and we’d love to discuss our open Identity and Access Management (I&AM) Security role with you
A cyber security savant. You’ve got the skills and experience to keep data safe from black hat hackers or other threats, whether by coding a threat intrusion module or sharing your latest ideas with the team. Day-to-day, you’re all about solving security problems for clients and using your people skills to make sure everyone on your team is working well and happily.
You are passionate about security, love what you do and have a genuine desire to outsmart the bad guys. You have the experience to analyze a clients’ security posture, anticipate security requirements and help find right-sized solutions based on industry leading practices. You have a proven track record working successfully in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment. You’re a creative, analytical problem solver with above average documentation skills who can speak to both technical and non-technical audiences. You are eager to put your skills to use by helping us help our clients inject security at every level of their organization.
Although no two days at Accenture are the same, your duties as Security Identity & Access Management (I&AM) Consultant likely will include:
Working directly with clients and Accenture teams in a multi-disciplined team structure, designing and implementing I&AM solutions across a variety of vendor products including Ping.
Developing deep working relationships with Senior Executives and Senior Managers across the client account team and client.
Understanding the business direction of companies and creating optimized I&AM architectures to meet their business needs.
Building knowledge capital through research and development and leveraging industry insights to deliver best of breed expertise to clients.
Helping grow Accenture Security across North America through thought leadership and entrepreneurialism
Secondary Responsibilities Include:
Proactive incident trend analysis and false positive reduction
Supporting the development of new SOC analytics
Developing or updating analysis policies and procedures
Developing and maintaining inter-organizational intelligence sharing apparatus
Travel may be required for this role. The amount of travel will vary from 0 to 100% depending on business need and client requirements.
Here’s What You Need
Minimum of 2 years of experience in I&AM using two of the following Ping and specific platforms:
Minimum of 2 years of experience with configuration and implementation of packaged or custom IAM solutions including:
Design and develop a single sign-on solution
Request-based application and resource provisioning
Configuring self-service use cases in various Ping platforms
Minimum of 2 years of experience in at least two or more of the following IAM Functional Skills:
Identity Management as a Service
Bachelor's degree or equivalent (minimum 12 years) work experience. (If Associates Degree, must have minimum 6 years of work experience)
Bonus Points If Have
Knowledge of relational Database and SQL.
Demonstrated creativity in complex problem solving and ability to work under pressure
Ability to take business problems, existing processes and technology and translate these into service and process requirements
Effective communicator with great interpersonal skills and the ability to be credible with clients
High energy levels and commitment to stringent timelines
Ability to innovate and multi-task with minimal oversight
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Role Location Annual Salary Range
California $63,200 to $188,600
Colorado $63,200 to $163,000
New York $58,500 to $188,600
Washington $67,300 to $173,500
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