Business Analyst with CyberArk, MS Excel, SDK, vulnerabilities, user accounts, password rotation, reports , application experience.

MP-199597 (95791002)

Business Analyst with CyberArk, MS Excel, SDK, vulnerabilities, user accounts, password rotation, reports, application experience.

Location: Salt Lake City, UT. (JPMC)
Duration: 12 Months
Education: Bachelor’s Degree

Experience: 8+ years of experience with minimum 4+ years as business analyst

Manage and maintain on-going discovery and inventory of user accounts
Experience in application assessment
Good understanding of application SDK and familiarity with password rotation
Familiarity with CyberArk PAM tool
Experience in creating assessment reports
Experience in planning & conducting interviews with Application owners
Identify if this is commercial application and out-of-box integration available in commercial CyberArk C3 Alliances along with client coordination
Good understanding of application vulnerabilities
Coordinate analysis of discovered user accounts for risk, ownership, and access appropriateness
Experience with analyzing and documenting business requirements and interfacing with system/platform owners
Familiarity with access management tools especially privilege management tools
Strong communication and writing skills with the ability to develop client-ready technical and business-oriented documentation
Manage and engage change network and conduct change impact assessmen

Skills & Responsibility:
Manage and maintain on-going discovery and inventory of user accounts
Experience in application assessment
Good understanding of application SDK and familiarity with password rotation
Familiarity with CyberArk PAM tool
Experience in creating assessment reports
Experience in planning & conducting interviews with Application owners
Identify if this is commercial application and out-of-box integration available in commercial CyberArk C3 Alliances along with client coordination
Good understanding of application vulnerabilities
Coordinate analysis of discovered user accounts for risk, ownership, and access appropriateness.

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