- Location: US, NY, New York, MA, Boston or CO, Denver
- Company: DataDog
Are you passionate about Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BC/DR) and interested in joining a team passionate about driving improvement and solving tough challenges? Datadog is looking for a Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Governance Analyst to work alongside a group of multi-disciplined professionals focused on cybersecurity, application security, compliance, and engineering to lead risk reporting and control management for BC/DR efforts within its Information Security programs. This role should provide risk reporting, testing to show effectiveness of availability controls, and technical leadership for BC/DR across the organization, with consideration of industry standards such as PCI-DSS, ISO 27001, 27017, 27018, SOC 2, HIPAA, GDPR, NIST 800-53, and others. This opportunity also has the potential to contribute to continuous process improvement and automation efforts for security and BC/DR controls.
The Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Governance Analyst is a business enabler and is responsible for supporting and executing critical assessments of Datadog’s products to help articulate and represent the organization’s control posture as it relates to BC/DR. As a technical leader part of the Risk Management function, you will provide executive level risk reporting and ensure that assessments are executed to proactively identify risk and control needs in order to support business, sales, and revenue objectives while maintaining alignment with existing information security and BC/DR standards.
- Own and lead BC/DR assessment efforts in partnership with product, compliance, legal, and engineering teams.
- In close partnership with control owners, translate industry control expectations into Datadog product and infrastructure implementations.
- Establish relationships, advocate, and advise multiple internal functional and business groups on BC/DR.
- Support evolution of the BC/DR processes.
- Work with teams in operations, security, and IT to build security metric reporting and leadership dashboards.
- Establish security assessment standards that support a “pull once, serve many” risk and control support function.
- Provide transparency and clear status reporting through the use of meaningful and actionable scorecards and relevant operational metrics and KPI’s.