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Description du poste :
CGI is seeking engineers to handle role mining for RBAC (Role-based Access Control) including dynamic access control, entitlements to roles and rules. The engineers will leverage OIM to provision, de-provision, and to control access and attributes.
At CGI, you get to build solutions with a world-class IT company. You will be involved in a mission critical project working with smart, dedicated people like yourself, and making an impact with both internal and client stakeholders. Take your talents to a company that inspires personal and professional growth and values your ideas.
Fonctions et responsabilités :
• Conducting cross-functional role-modeling exercises with both business and technical users to create roles that accurately reflect the organization’s business and corresponding IT access authorizations to fulfill those business needs.
• Communicating with stakeholders and helping stakeholders understand different implementation options at business and technical level. • Performing role audits to find loosely coupled roles that are redundant or are overlapping and then work on to aggregate or split the role into more coherent and self-reflecting job functions. • Execution of role lifecycle processes to include: role definition, role approval, role retirement, role recertification, and role maintenance. • Coordinate with business stakeholders to identify Segregation of Duties (SOD) and defining policy in IAM software to enforce that policy. • Performing role discovery and role refactoring (maintaining and optimizing existing roles). • Performing role mining using both top-down, business-oriented role modeling and bottom-up IT role mining.
Qualités requises pour réussir dans ce rôle :
• 5+ years’ of cyber security experience
• 2+ years of professional work experience in Role-based Access Control (RBAC) as part of an IAM environment. • Experience participating in a cross-functional role-modeling exercise with both business and technical users to create roles that accurately reflect the organization’s business and corresponding IT access authorizations to fulfill those Business needs. • Experience with Databases (Oracle, Sybase, MSSQL, MySQL) is a plus. • Experience with Directories (LDAP, AD) is a plus. • Experience with enterprise IAM systems (CyberArk) is a plus. • Familiarity with identity management provisioning processes (e.g. joiner, mover, leaver (JML) and access request and recertification) is a plus. • Excellent communication skills and extensive experience working with business and technology stakeholders. • Experience with QA duties is a plus (usability testing, performance testing, automated testing, test scripts, test cases and test plans) is a plus. Tech Stack: • OIM- 3+ years • Cyber Security – 5+ years • OIM role mining – 3+ years Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Information Systems Security, Cybersecurity, or related field We offer a competitive compensation package where you’ll be rewarded based on your performance and recognized for the value you bring to our business. In addition, our benefits package includes multiple medical, dental, & vision options, both a Shared Purchase Plan (SPP) for CGI stocks and a 401(k) plan, as well as numerous other life style benefits. CGI also provides sick leave and vacation pay.
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