Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Express Scripts Mock Interview Questions

Express Scripts Mock Interview

Thank you for your service

If you were defining an information security strategy from scratch, what would the primary building blocks be?

We understand that compliance does not equal security, but it still hurts when the auditors report findings. What regulations do you expect we need to be most focused on?

What do you feel are the key aspects of risk management?

We realize there are a number of security frameworks, which one do you think we should model our program after and why?

The financials have done well using a threat modeling approach to prioritize and define risk, do you think that is important for Express Scripts and why? Can you give us an example of using threat modeling in information management.

One area of focus for this job is the external information protection ecosystem, including suppliers, clients, subsidiaries, and auditors. What approach would you recommend for working with suppliers? What about clients?

To be candid, the former person in the position you are applying to had challenges working with key executives: CEO, President, CFO, SVP of Sales etc.  What do you feel is the best approach for working with the senior executives?

One of the selection factors in the job posting is a CISSP or CISA, we did not see that listed in your resume, did we miss it? What experience do you have with information systems audit?

From Monster: http://jobs.monster.com/l-saint-louis,-mo.aspx
What interests you about Express Scripts?
What other employers in the Saint Louis area are you considering?
"There are currently nine employers in Saint Louis and nearby Clayton that rank on the Fortune 500 list: Monsanto, Express Scripts, Centene, Edward Jones Investments, Peabody Energy, Emerson Electric, Reinsurance Group of America, Ameren and Graybar Electric. Other influential employers for Saint Louis jobs are those in the financial industry include MasterCard, TD Ameritrade, Wells Fargo Advisors and Scottrade. The city is also a hub for biotechnology and medicine, so many of the top jobs in Saint Louis are in the healthcare industry. Barnes-Jewish Hospital, located in Saint Louis, is the fifth largest in the world, and this hospital co-operates the world-famous Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center. The parent company of the hospital, BJC Health Care, employs more than 25,000 individuals."


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