• Security Consultant, Healthcare

    Job Locations US-CO-Westminster
    ID
    2018-1390
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • About Coalfire

    Coalfire is the cybersecurity advisor that helps private and public sector organizations avert threats, close gaps, and effectively manage risk. Our professionals are among the most talented in the industry, and each and every day, they strive to provide the unbiased assessments, advice, and innovative solutions that help our clients meet their specific challenges and build long-term strategies to protect their organizations. For nearly 20 years, we’ve been on the cutting-edge of one of the world’s most important industries – and we’re committed to making the world a safer place by solving our clients’ toughest security challenges.

     

    We’re growing rapidly and are currently seeking a Security Consultant to support our Westminster, CO office.

    What you'll do

    The Security Consultant will perform IT security assessments for our healthcare clients to ensure the safety and security of client IT assets by uncovering potential security vulnerabilities. You’ll work collaboratively with a team of assessors as a HIPAA or HITRUST compliance specialist and assist with the planning of assessments to our clients.  

    What you'll bring

    • 3+ years of IT security and compliance assessment experience
    • Working knowledge of IT security frameworks and regulations such as NIST, ISO, CSF, HIPAA, HITECH, HITRUST, and Security Breach Notification
    • Experience in the healthcare industry, including proven experience working with the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules, as well as the HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF)
    • An understanding of IT security technologies, including network and application security, firewalls, access management, and data protection
    • Experience and knowledge of healthcare operations and business processes
    • Experience with IT security vulnerabilities and IT security audit procedures
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
    • Security Certifications such as CISSP, CISA, CISM, CCSFP, HCISPP, or CIPP

    Bonus Points

    • Experience assessing security vulnerabilities using other frameworks such as PCI-DSS, FedRAMP, ISO, SOC, etc.
    • A professional commitment to IT security, demonstrated by participation at conferences, blogs, white papers, speaking engagements, and other evangelical activities related to IT security
    • A desire to grow professionally by joining, and contributing to, a group of skilled consulting professionals that focus on exceeding customer expectations

    Why you'll want to join us

    Passionate problem-solvers who are hungry to learn, grow, and contribute. That’s what it takes to be a part of the Coalfire team. We work together to tackle the toughest cybersecurity challenges and help our clients become more secure and successful. We are trusted advisors who are committed to shaping our industry. At Coalfire, our people have the opportunity to expand their minds and skills, build meaningful relationships with the industry’s smartest minds, and have a direct impact on our company’s success. 

     

    Along with energetic culture and supportive environment, you’ll have the flexibility to balance your personal and work life and grow personally and professionally. We work hard, and we play hard – and the two often overlap. We host family-friendly events and happy hours along with professional meetups and informal networking sessions, and we’re active in our communities. Plus, we offer great benefits, including:

     

    • Health, dental, and vision insurance with an employer contribution
    • Flexible paid time off (employees are encouraged to spend four weeks away from the office each year)
    • A generous 401(k) plan
    • A corporate wellness program
    • Tuition reimbursement
    • A kitchen stocked with snacks, coffee, and tasty beverages

    Coalfire is an EEO employer.

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