Information Security Manager (A2ZD12879)
at , London

Location: London

Salary: Daily Rate: Up to £600 via Umbrella

Job Type: Contract

Industry: Government

Job Title: Information Security Manager – cyber security
CV Submission Deadline: 4pm 27/03/19
Location: London
Duration: ASAP to Sept 2019
Daily Rate: Up to £600 via Umbrella
Security Clearance: SC Clearance
IR35 IN/OUT Scope: In Scope

 

Key Tasks and Deliverables:

  1. Develop and maintain data security policies.
  2. Developing service descriptions, processes and procedures for all cyber security operational services, ensuring compliance to security policies.
  3. Promoting cyber security awareness and training across the organisation.
  4. Work with business areas to provide security expertise for business and IT project and change.
  5. Identify and report on all cyber security risk and issues, with remediation plans to senior management.
  6. Taking the lead on security incidents; carrying out robust investigations in order to identify corrective actions, seeing them through to completion.
  7. Manage 3rd party suppliers, to ensure that information systems are protected from cyber attacks.
  8. Handover to the permanent civil servant recruiter

Experience Required:

  1. Significant professional Cyber/IT security experience in a government setting.
  2. Experience in security architecture, security operations, threat/vulnerability management, cloud security, application security, data privacy and protection.
  3. Experience of developing and implementing IT security strategies, objectives and plans.
  4. Familiar with information security frameworks, such as SANS Top 20 CIS, OWASP, ISO 27001:2013, Cyber Essentials, HMG Security Policy Framework or other similar frameworks.
  5. The ability to manage/prioritise a large and varied workload, take decisions under pressure on own initiative and meet challenging deadlines (setting and adjusting competing priorities in a rapidly changing environment).
  6. A commitment to continuing professional development by regularly self- assessing own training needs and taking steps to ensure any new objectives are identified and achieved.
  7. An excellent understanding of information security principles and practices, the threat landscape and generally accepted good information security practice and standard.