Rockwell Automation is a global technology leader focused on helping the
world's manufacturers be more productive, sustainable, and agile. With more
than 25,000 employees who make the world better every day, we know we have
something special. Behind our customers – amazing companies that help feed the
world, provide life-saving medicine on a global scale, and focus on clean
water and green mobility – our people are energized problem solvers that take
pride in how the work we do changes the world for the better.
We welcome all makers, forward thinkers, and problem solvers who are looking
for a place to do their best work. And if that's you we would love to have you
Develop strong relationships and work with business counterparts, and
other business and technology teams in defining the Cybersecurity program.
Provide cyber technical solutions, strategy aligned with the business and
the future roadmap for new product capabilities.
Regularly partnering with the business and Global IT teams to understand
their strategic objectives and goals, technology needs, and emerging
Setting overall cybersecurity architecture direction for the enterprise,
to ensure consistency where practical.
Partner with Business stakeholders and Product Security on all security-
related strategic planning for the IoT device ecosystem. Responsibilities
include scheduling, planning, and participating in strategic planning
workshops, analyzing technical solutions, tracking progress against
strategic plans, and creating leadership communications.
Define enterprise-level cybersecurity measures and reference architecture
patterns and manage traceability between business strategy and
Provide technical guidance for designing security capabilities in a cloud
and traditional MSP/outsourced IT environment.
Work collaboratively with the Enterprise Architecture team to design and
implement enterprise security capabilities into solution architecture.
Serve as an escalation point for security architecture decisions that span
multiple business divisions.
Lead a team to engineer security tools/solutions to support data
protection and transaction processing.
Participates in major new system implementation projects to ensure that
appropriate security controls are built into systems prior to production
Contribute to cybersecurity roadmap development for enterprise-level
systems and ensure alignment with overall security strategy.
Drives process improvement and control implementation projects in
coordination with the larger Digital Technology team.
Develop, maintain, and execute a multi-year enterprise-wide security
strategy and roadmap
Provide ad-hoc operational support. Create and maintain cross-departmental
relationships across the firm to enable leadership success.
Legal authorization to work in the US is required. We will not sponsor
individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job
Typically requires a minimum of 8-10 years of related experience.
Experience within Information Security, in a highly regulated business,
with proven ability to manage conflict, provide leadership, organize, and
Bachelor's Degree in Information Security, Business, Risk Management,
Finance, Statistics or another related field.
Certifications in CISSP/CISM/CRISC/PMP/COBIT/TOGAF a plus.
Leadership and adaptability when facing unique challenges encountered to
effectively work with individuals in diverse cultures and business
Strong work ethic and a proactive mindset with ability to think “outside
of the box” to solve problems.
Proven ability to work independently and in a multi-tasking environment
with strong analytical and conflict resolution skills.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Strong meeting organization and facilitation skills.
Track record of managing work to achieve milestones on time and within
budget in a fast-paced environment.