Security Solution Architect
Role: Security Solution Architect
Who We Are
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What We Do
Security Solution Architect professionals analyze and translate client requirements and objectives and own the end-to end solution development process to produce winning proposals and value proposition, at the right cost to client. Scope may also include the transformation of a client’s security capabilities. A professional at this position level within Accenture has the following responsibilities:
Creates solutions in situations in which analysis requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Responsible for identifying and assessing complex problems for area of responsibility
Acts independently to determine methods and procedures on deal pursuits, with minimal oversight.
Collaborates across the ecosystem to engage with the appropriate SMEs for solution inputs/ outputs as needed (consulting/ transformation, delivery/ operations, pricing performance and proposal response etc.)
Manages medium to large/ complex deal shaping activities at a client or within Accenture, including client workshops/ co-innovation, solution validation and due diligence/ contracting deliverables
Stakeholder management and interaction with senior leadership at a client and/or within Accenture, involving matters that may require acceptance of an alternate approach
Responsible for executing strategic direction set by senior management as it relates to the team
What We Need
Candidate should possess overall 10-12 Years of IT experience with a minimum of 5-6 years in at least one Security domain
Experience in delivery or solution architecture of one or more skill domains e.g., Managed Detection and Response, Cloud Security, Identity and Access Management, Threat and Vulnerability Management, Application Security
Should have a good understanding of cloud delivered services/ platforms (IaaS/ PaaS/ SaaS)
Experience in responding to RFPs, development of proposals, clarifying requirements, confirming scope, and developing a solution with the right considerations and levers
Should possess understanding of cost modelling, resource planning and pricing
Should have a deep understanding of the delivery aspects of security operations support engagements
Client interfacing and strong communication skills
Experience interfacing with Client stakeholders to showcase value proposition
Analytical and problem-solving skills
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent (minimum 12 years) work experience. (If Associate’s Degree, must have minimum 6 years work experience)
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