J.P. Morgan's Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) is a global
leader across banking, markets and investor services. The world's most
important corporations, governments and institutions entrust us with
their business in more than 100 countries. With $18 trillion of assets
under custody and $393 billion in deposits, the Corporate &
Investment Bank provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk
and extends liquidity in markets around the world.
Continual enhancement of the confidentiality, integrity and
availability of data and systems through a robust information security
agenda is a key strategic objective of JP Morgan Chase and of the
Corporate and Investment Banking division. An array of information
security initiatives are planned, ranging from risk controls framework
enhancement to Information and Cyber Security to Identity & Access
The successful candidate will be responsible for
working within one of the highest growth areas within JP Morgan and be
involved in a developing team working together to build the Chief
Information Security Office function. The Identity and Access Management
(I&AM) Analyst will be responsible for supporting I&AM projects
analyzing control, data and business requirements as directed by
program/project managers. The CIB I&AM Transformation team is a
component of CIB’s Chief Information Security Office (CISO).
The I&AM team is responsible for implementing enhanced Identity
and Access Management controls with the objective of maintaining the
strength and integrity of the global information security operation.
The transformation team will seek ways to automate and fortify the
firm’s ability to maintain tight control over end-user access rights.
Analysts are responsible for working with a number of internal and
external technology teams to ascertain information security risks and
related requirements; collaborating with Risk Management, Operations and
Corporate Architecture teams to elicit specifications for the target
state operating model; and the identification and resolution of issues
and action items that do not have explicit owners.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
- Analysis and documentation of business requirements and supporting
details related to identity and system access administration.
- Development of high-quality, fact-based business cases supporting
the continuous enhancement of firm-wide Access Administration processes
- Project planning and initiation, including scope negotiation with
CIB Applications/ Systems as well as Partner Application Development
Teams in Corporate Technology.
- Coordination of large Working Groups that typically include Senior
Managers from multiple Lines of Business. Serve as Chairperson as