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NFA is the industrywide, self-regulatory organization for the U.S. derivatives industry. NFA strives every day to safeguard the integrity of the derivatives markets, protect investors and ensure Members meet their regulatory responsibilities.
The Cybersecurity Examination Specialist will support NFA's Futures and OTC Derivatives Compliance departments' cybersecurity regulatory program by monitoring Member activities through examinations, investigations and surveillance. The goal of monitoring is to enable NFA to keep abreast of significant cybersecurity developments with Members and across the industry.
The Managing Director will assist in the identification and application of strategic information technology (IT) initiatives that support the safe, effective and efficient execution of NFA's regulatory and business responsibilities across the organization.
The Information Technology Asset Management (ITAM) Supervisor will oversee and coach ITAM team members to ensure the success of NFA goals, objectives, and initiatives. The ITAM Supervisor is responsible for management of IT assets. The ITAM Supervisor will develop standards, practices, and procedures for hardware and software lifecycle management. In addition, the ITAM Supervisor will coordinate security patches, technology updates, and inventory of IT assets.
The Information Technology Asset Management (ITAM) Specialist will maintain compliance with NFA standards, practices and procedures as set forth by hardware and software lifecycle management policy. The ITAM Specialist will participate in daily management of IT assets. In addition, the ITAM Specialist will assist with information security patching processes and asset inventory systems.
The Business Continuity Disaster Recovery (BC/DR) Specialist will assist the NFA DR Coordinator in developing, maintaining and implementing NFA's BC/DR plans according to guidelines, pertinent standards and frameworks, industry best-practices and applicable laws and regulations. In addition, the BC/DR Specialist will also assist in identifying potential business disruptions and developing safeguards for systems, workflows, operations and work spaces.
The Network Analyst II will help assure the availability and efficient operation of NFA networks and system software and hardware.
The Network Analyst I will work with a team that assures the availability and efficient operation of NFA networks and system software and hardware.
The Application Security Architect will support NFA's information technology (IT) initiatives by assessing new and existing applications and system deployments for vulnerabilities and critical design flaws, while also prioritizing remediation efforts based on risk. Additionally, they will provide frameworks and guidelines to enable secure applications.
Location: New York
The Quantitative Risk Associate will join the OTC Derivatives department's Risk team to support NFA's responsibilities in monitoring swap dealers' (SD) internal capital and margin models' performance and conducting risk data analysis. The Quantitative Risk Associate will also provide technical expertise on capital, margin, and other matters relating to quantitative risk management and collateral disputes.
Location: New York
The Compliance Examiner will carry out NFA's regulatory programs as they relate to OTC derivatives. Specifically, the role will support the areas of field examinations, monitoring, and/or investigations. Compliance Examiners will also assess compliance documentation of registered Swap Dealer (SD) Members.
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