Fraud Monitoring AnalystOrganization:
St. Louis, MODescription:
Job Description Summary
The position requires the ability to identify and mitigate fraud activity, research, review, inform, high risk transactions, review transaction reports for trending analysis and other duties as required.
Additional Job DescriptionFunction: Security Governance and Compliance
Ensuring compliance with all government regulations in all markets where the company operates, and compliance with company operating standards regarding information security, data protection and data privacy. Providing global assessment, design, development, delivery and monitoring of security related to the company´s assets. Qualifications:
Additional Job Description (continued)Executing global strategy surrounding security architecture, policies, standards, guidelines, awareness and procedures to ensure the protection and compliance of information processed, stored and transmitted. Ensuring a risk based and balanced approach to security and ownership for the implementation of best practices across the enterprise.
Job Family: Information Security Analysis, Investigation and Regulatory Audit
Manages security credentialing process for organization. Evaluates and audits customer, organization and supplier systems to credential, review, assess and determine systems, information and data vulnerabilities. Conducts on going security and risk assessments, audits to compliance with credentials and evaluate vulnerabilities and recommends solutions to address problem areas. Investigates suspected incidents of fraudulent system uses and monitors the company´s systems for fraud.
Organizational CompetenciesBusiness Knowledge – Demonstrates general business knowledge developed through education or past experience; Looks for opportunities to build awareness of Equifax’s core services/products and how those offerings are used by customers
Problem Solving and Decision Making – Analyzes discreet sets of information in routine situations, seeking guidance from more experienced colleagues to help interpret findings and resolve areas of ambiguity; Uses existing procedures to make routine decisions that require limited judgment, recognizing when a problem is outside own scope of responsibility
Influence – Exchanges basic information, asks questions and checks for understanding; Works effectively with differing work styles, leveraging relationships with colleagues to learn more about the key stakeholders within own team or part of the function Execution – Organizes own work, following established processes or work plans and taking direction from others; consistently honors commitments and demonstrates perseverance when faced with obstacles Customer Value Creation – Asks questions and seeks information to gain a foundational understanding of customer needs or critical issues; Provides basic information, data and tools that support the prioritization of issues in light of customer’s needs
Talent Development – Asks for and openly accepts performance feedback from peers and more senior colleagues to build awareness of strengths and development needs; Actively responds to requests for individual feedback, taking time to reflect on colleagues’ strengths and developmental opportunities How to Apply:
Please send cover letter and resume to the Security Executive Council at firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted: