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Argos, with over 80 years in the market, has become a benchmark in the industry of cement, ready mix concrete and aggregates through our operations in Colombia, the United States, Central America and the Caribbean. Our business model focuses on the client and on sustainable development, which means it is economically viable, respects people, and is environmentally friendly and responsible.

As a leader in its industry, Argos USA changes lives through the construction of building materials that encourage the dreams of millions around the U.S.

We are a team of talented individuals connected and united by the superior purpose of transforming the future through sustainable construction. We promote our employee's growth thanks to continuous learning and the challenges we all face in a dynamic, innovative, respectful and inclusive environment where the balance between work and life is paramount. We are diverse, creative and committed; working together while being supported by Argos’ competitive benefits program.

Join our experience, explore your possibilities and transform the future with us!

General purpose of the job

Lead plans to execute the cybersecurity strategy of the company by securing sensitive data and critical assets from current and emerging threats ensuring compliance with the policies and regulations established by the company and public agencies

Individual accountabilities

  • Provide development and implementation of the cyber governance and risk management in the organization and third party suppliers
  • Assess, evaluate and make recommendations to management regarding IT security controls
  • Ensure IT activities, processes and procedures to meet defined requirements, policies and regulations
  • Identify, monitor and review cyber incident cases, threats and vulnerabilities and define and implement risk mitigations controls
  • Deployment and Support of CyberSecurity Software across the organization
  • Update Corporate Security Policies and Provide Training and Education to employees on Cybersecurity
  • Monitor the IT channels through which information flows into the company's information network to reduce risk
  • Monitor the operations occurring across the company's network and manage the infrastructure that facilitates those operations to control and secure information
  • Manage and ensure an efficient amount of resources (employees, computers, network bandwidth and other technological tools) dedicated to critical tasks to minimize the overall risk for the company
  • Track changes to internal and external regulations to ensure compliance
  • Source the best cybersegurity tools to the organization considering cost-effective and quality solutions that meet internal and external requirements
  • Audit business practices that keeps cybersecurity strategies moving forward along with present and future technology trends
  • Provide sound benefit and risk advise for the implementation of security controls


Bachelor´s Degree in Information Technology, Computer sciences

Technical knowledge and certifications

  • Cyber security and GRC experience within a medium to large enterprise
  • Working knowledge of ISO27001:2013 compliance and certification processes
  • Broad experience in information security, standards, and best practices

Area of experience

3 - 6 years


English C2: Advanced - Native


Annual Salary Range from $78,448  to $108,955


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We embrace diversity in all aspects of our business.


Nearest Major Market: Atlanta

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