|Job Title||Cyber Security Technical Architect|
|Location||USA – MA – North Andover|
|Job Responsibilities||Make the most of your energy in a career at Schneider Electric. As a global specialist in energy management, we are passionate about delivering real and innovative solutions in energy management and energy efficiency. We look for individuals driven by a desire to impact the world. We commit to develop our people and make energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green. Visit us online to learn more about a career at Schneider Electric.
Schneider Electric provides equipment and systems to control and manage energy. Our systems are often responsible for controlling Critical Infrastructure processes in Utility, Oil & Gas, Water, Critical Manufacturing, and Critical Buildings. The threat from Cyber Security attacks on these Critical Infrastructure control systems is increasing worldwide. To manage this threat, we must ensure our products, systems, and solutions deliver the appropriate security protections, features and capabilities.
This role will provide technical leadership to ensure our products are adequately protected from cyber attack. Specifically, this role will define standards, best practices, and proof of concept models for how to secure our products in a customer environment. The tasks will include clear understanding of the customer’s environment, the technical standards being developed, understanding the technologies employed in our design, and the key technologies employed in protecting the products and systems we develop. Actions will include technical investigations of new and relevant technologies, assessment of suitability of the technology to the products and systems made by Schneider, prototyping of concepts, and guiding the development of reusable platforms to accelerate deployment across the product groups. The role will include working with developers in global R&D centers for the different Schneider Business Units, external suppliers and consultants, marketing and strategy teams, and technical experts to develop appropriate technical choices to meet the business and customer requirements.
Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 at 2:38 pm