Third Party Vulnerability & Incident Manager Job in Jersey City for Veterans and Military Spouse in …

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.6 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase & Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the world’s most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase & Co. is available at http://www.jpmorganchase.com/ .

Third Party Vulnerability and Incident Manager (TPVM) is responsible for the execution of the Third Party Vulnerability and Incident Management Framework; The successful candidate will need to have a background in Threat & Vulnerability management, incident escalation management, security operations, Project Management, experience leading others, and the ability to balance a hands-on approach to assist the team, with an ability to direct, and prioritize work.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for the development, implementation, and execution of the Third Party Vulnerability and Incident Management capabilities
  • Work with Cyber when a critical/high vulnerabilities or Third Party incidents are identified, to determine if vendor facing action is necessary; Understand the vulnerability & potential impacts to JPMC through vendors
  • Lead Third Party Vendor Vulnerability task force in response to critical or high vulnerabilities.
  • Coordinating, enforcing and tracking remediation response validation, including appropriate escalations to various stakeholders including senior management.
  • Reporting – updating metrics & appropriate reporting during vulnerability and incidents
  • Develop communication plan for vendors and internal stakeholders and obtain appropriate approvals for external communications
  • Responsible for continuous improvement and evergreen process of third party vulnerability program application information updates.
  • Responsible for driving the end-to-end Third Party Vulnerability Management process for the firm.

Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with Vulnerability Management practices and Emergency/Incident Response (CERT/CIRT) procedures
  • Strong process documentation & project management skills required. Must be detail oriented and excellent with MS Office suite esp SharePoint, Excel (pivots, macros, etc.).
  • Knowledge of survey tools e.g.: Survey Monkey, ConfirmIT etc. a plus
  • At least 5 years progressive experience in the information security field.
  • Experience establishing, partnering across LOBs and establishing good working relationships at all levels of the organization internal & external
  • Strong written and oral communication skills to be able to present to a target audience
  • Ability to work in a persuasive manner with diverse personnel at all levels of the organization

Apple Issued Half-Baked Update to Fix Gatekeeper Vulnerability, Says Researcher

Five months after a security researcher found a hole in OS X’s Gatekeeper, he says he has managed to bypass it once again. The researcher added that Apple took a short-cut approach when issuing a patch last year.

Patrick Wardle, the director of research at Synack, who found a simple workaround to bypass Gatekeeper in September last year, said this week that Apple’s implementation is still not fully secure.

Apple’s Gatekeeper is a security mechanism intended to protect OS X users from malicious software. Gatekeeper ensures that the programs that runs on OS X are signed and verified. The feature, introduced in OS X Mountain Lion, restricts the sources from which a user can download and install applications.

In September, Wardle found that when an application looks for secondary content in the same installer package, the auxiliary content isn’t being verified by Gatekeeper. Apple had issued a patch to fix the security hole last year, but apparently that doesn’t fix the problem.

As per Wardle, Apple took a timesaving approach to fixing the aforementioned issue. The company, he added, only blacklisted a small number of known files that he had reported. He added that it took him just a few minutes to find a new Apple trusted file that hadn’t been blacklisted by the company.

“It literally took me five minutes to fully bypass it,” Wardle told Ars Technica. “So yes, it means that the immediate issue is mitigated and cannot be abused anymore. However the core issue is not fixed so if anybody finds another app that can be abused we are back to square one (full gatekeeper bypass).”

Wardle says he would like Apple to take a more sophisticated approach at fixing the security holes. He suggests that Gatekeeper should be able to monitor all the process executions.

An Apple representative told Ars Technica that the new issue reported by Wardle has been fixed and the company “continues to work on ways to make Gatekeeper more effective”. However, the existence of the vulnerability and moreover company’s inability to fix it in the first go speaks volume about the way Apple is handling the issue.

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Authenticity and vulnerability add up to leadership credibility

“IQ and academic skills are entry-level requirements for jobs of all kinds…but have little to do with how you’ll succeed once you get there. Emotional intelligence accounts for 90 per cent of what’s required for leadership.” ~ Daniel Goleman

Regardless of their official title, there are leaders throughout your organization; a leader could be defined as anyone who has followers. We all know stories about highly intelligent, qualified individuals who were promoted to leadership positions only to fail. We also know of people who have had fewer credentials but soared when placed in leadership positions. One of the main differences is what Daniel Goleman points to in his extensive research on emotional intelligence. Goleman has shown that when taking intellect, technical skills, IQ and lists of other leadership competencies into account, emotional intelligence proved to be twice as important for success in jobs — at all levels.

One of the ways this shows up is allowing others to see your weaknesses (by the way, they see them anyway). By admitting you’ve made a mistake, that you are not as organized as you’d like to be or that you tend to be somewhat stressed on Monday mornings, you admit to others that you are not perfect. You are human and have flaws. This builds trust. People will experience you as more authentic and feel more connected to you. However, your vulnerability must be genuine in your admission and not a ploy to build trust.

Of course, it is a good idea to be selective about the weaknesses you reveal. For example, you wouldn’t want to reveal a truth that would jeopardize a key aspect of your role. Confessing your confusion over a particular accounting process if you’re the chief financial officer of the organization is probably not a good idea. But admitting to the peripheral flaws we all share will not alienate your followers.

Secondly, when you try to appear perfect at everything, it begs the question why would you need anyone to help you? Why would you need followers? Authenticity versus perfectionism builds rapport and allows your people to relax and do their jobs without the pressure of thinking they also have to be perfect.

Thirdly, if you think you need to portray the perfect picture of success, your people will ultimately talk about this attribute as your biggest weakness. They will experience your manufactured perfection as inauthentic. If you don’t cop to your weaknesses people will invent them for you — while at the same time feeling disconnected from you. The equation for leadership clout is: Authenticity + Vulnerability = Credibility.

There is nothing soft about vulnerability and the emotional intelligence data proves it. Being willing to show up fully inclusive of our faults is one small aspect of emotional intelligence. There is so much depth to this work. If you’re interested in reading more I recommend a book by Goleman, Boyatzis and Mckee called “Primal Leadership. It speaks to the validity of emotional intelligence for transforming excellence in leaders and their teams.

“Emotional intelligence is the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and thos”e of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships.” ~ Daniel Goleman

Mara Vizzutti is a seasoned facilitator and certified executive coach. Over the past 20 years she has facilitated high caliber leadership programs to audiences of senior executives, supervisors and front line employees in diverse industries. She has completed countless professional development programs, the most recent being a MA in Organizational Development and Leadership.

Mara’s areas of expertise include: leadership development, leadership coaching, installing coaching cultures in organizations and strategies for effective communication.

www.maravizzutti.ca, 902-477-2535, mara@newavenue.ca.

CM launches Hazard Vulnerability portal

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik launched the Hazard Vulnerability portal for Odisha developed with assistance of the National Disaster Management Authority and National Institute of Disaster Management. 

The portal will provide online information on hazard vulnerability to the people as well as government officers working on disaster management. 

He also launched the online Management Information System under the Odisha Disaster Recovery Project which will help monitor projects for quality implementation and timely completion. 

Patnaik addressed a World Bank Costal Mission on Friday and expressed happiness over the WB support to disaster mitigation related projects. 

Disaster Mitigation infrastructures like Multipurpose Cyclone Shelters, Saline Embankments and all weather connecting roads to the cyclone shelters taken up under the project will play an important role in saving lives during tropical cyclones, and other disasters. 

The cyclone shelters have emerged as community hubs to strengthen community bonding for effective management of disasters, he said. 

The World Bank Coastal Mission Team comprising 18 members is making extensive visits in the coastal districts of the state. 

Till now, they have visited project activities taken up under the National Cyclone Risk Mitigation Project (NCRMP) in Balasore, Bhadrak, Jagatsinghpur and Kendrapara districts. 

They expressed satisfaction in the progress of the project works under NCRMP & NCRMP (Additional Financing).

Older QID 70009 NetBIOS Release Vulnerability Applies to Windows 2012 R2

Qualys is detecting QID 70009 NetBIOS Release Vulnerability on some Windows 2012 R2 x64 servers. CVE-2000-0673 and MS00-047 are associated with this QID, but apply to Windows NT and 2000. The results section for the QID reports “Found through udp port 137” and that’s it. Does anyone know how this vulnerability applies to Windows 2012 and how to remediate?