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Internship

Identity And Access Management Intern

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S&P Global

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30d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Princeton

AI generated summary

  • Undergraduate students with a strong grasp of IAM concepts, analytical skills, communication abilities, curiosity for learning, and familiarity with IAM tools and regulatory standards.
  • The Identity and Access Management Intern will assist in reviewing user accounts, identifying access anomalies, collaborating with departments, assisting in access reviews, documenting findings, maintaining IAM policies and procedures, generating reports, providing insights for improvement, and contributing to identity hygiene processes, all while engaging with various stakeholders, attending team meetings, and participating in training and awareness campaigns.

Off-cycle Internship

IT & Cybersecurity•Princeton

Description

  • The Identity and Access Management team ensures that all user identities across the organization are accurately maintained and managed. We will focus on identity hygiene, ensuring that the organization remains compliant with internal policies and external regulations related to user access.

Requirements

  • Basic Required Qualifications:
  • Fully matriculated undergraduate students with an anticipated graduation date in Fall 2024 or Spring 2025
  • Basic understanding of IAM concepts, including user provisioning, de-provisioning, and access review.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong communication skills (verbal, written, and presentation and creative problem-solving skills)
  • Intellectual curiosity and desire to learn new things, techniques, and technologies.
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment.
  • Additional Preferred Qualifications:
  • Previous experience or coursework in cybersecurity or IAM.
  • Familiarity with IAM tools or platforms like SailPoint, Okta, or Azure AD Knowledge of regulatory standards related to access management (e.g., GDPR, HIPAA, SOX).

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Undergraduate

Area of Responsibilities

IT & Cybersecurity

Responsibilities

  • Assist in periodically reviewing user accounts, roles, and access permissions.
  • Identify orphaned accounts, excessive permissions, and dormant accounts.
  • Collaborate with respective departments to validate user roles and access needs.
  • Work closely with the IAM team to initiate access review campaigns.
  • Document review findings and ensure timely revocation of unnecessary or outdated access.
  • Help maintain and update the IAM policies, procedures, and documentation.
  • Document identity hygiene best practices and guidelines.
  • Generate reports on access anomalies, violations, and overall health of identities.
  • Provide insights into areas of improvement and potential risks.
  • Assist in streamlining and automating the identity hygiene processes.
  • Provide suggestions for tools or methodologies to enhance identity hygiene.
  • Work with various stakeholders, including IT, HR, and other business units, to gather requirements and feedback related to identity management.
  • Attend IAM team meetings, participate in relevant workshops, and contribute to team discussions.
  • Assist in developing training materials related to identity hygiene.
  • Participate in awareness campaigns to educate users on the importance of identity hygiene.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Princeton