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Cyber Security Analyst

NP Group

Posted on Jul 16, 2022 by NP Group

Cork, Ireland
Immediate Start
€375 - €450 Daily

Contract Assignment - Cyber Security Analyst

Reference - 13386

Day Rate - €375 - 450 a day

Duration - 12 months contract (extendable)

Start Date - ASAP

Location - Cork (Remote with occasional travel to site in cork - Must be based in Ireland)

The Information Security/Cyber Security Analyst will be responsible for leading or supporting the execution of Information Security and Risk Management (ISRM) goals and objectives in Europe through the governance and management of ISRM initiatives and resources and ensure security risks are managed and the organisation complies with security requirements and regulations through active collaboration with customers and stakeholders. The role will provide security risk and compliance services to the stakeholders to improve the overall information security posture for their respective environments, help drive key cybersecurity initiatives, provide progress and reporting metrics, and ensure all systems comply with the Global CISO's Information Security program.

Critical Skills

  • Strong security risk analytical knowledge and skills applying in different business contexts.
  • Experience in risk assessment, GRC software, audit, and IT security assessments
  • Familiar with compliance regulations, IT, security frameworks and standards (ie NIST, GDPR, PCI, SOX, HITRUST)
  • Knowledge of Information Security control frameworks (eg, NIST Cybersecurity Framework, Center for Internet Security Critical Security Controls, ISO 27001, etc.)
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills to build/maintain ongoing business relationships with all levels within an organisation
  • Demonstrated experience effectively leading and managing collaborative, cross-functional teams to successfully deliver programs and/or multiple projects on-time and within budget based on agreed upon scope and business goals
  • Strong ability to influence or negotiate with stakeholders dealing with competing priorities
  • Capable of anticipating needs and driving clarity on expectations
  • Self-Starter that requires minimal supervision, manage different activities effectively, and can provide oversight and coaching to others for any assigned projects or tasks.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Engage directly with the appropriate Business or Technology Teams to ensure new products, services, applications, third party relationships have been assessed for controls and that any identified risks are appropriately addressed.
  • Lead new and recurring security risk assessments (eg GDPR, PCI, etc.), collaborate on the development of mitigation plans, and work with internal stakeholders to assign remediation tracking responsibility; collaborate with other risk and compliance teams, such as Global Privacy, SOX, Internal Audit, Compliance & Ethics, to obtain a holistic risk posture.
  • Establish security requirements for projects/programs (eg systems upgrade or implementation) and operations through engagement with Business and Technology teams.
  • Proactively identify information security deficiencies or opportunities for improvement and facilitate development of pragmatic solutions.
  • Work proactively with Business Information Security Officers (BISOs) and Business and Technology teams to ensure security, IT risk and compliance is actively built into the organization objectives and procedures.
  • Assist with the coordination and prioritisation of work for implementing cybersecurity initiatives.
  • Maintain a strong understanding of the Business Units' Technology environment to manage the threat and risk landscape - application stacks, infrastructure components, and external facing footprint
  • Provide regular, timely reporting on the information security status across Technology Solution teams
  • Collaborate with the relevant Business or Technology teams and act in a consultative way to help improve the security posture and adhere to security policies and expected controls.
  • Facilitate the identification of high value assets to be monitored by ISRM.
  • Communicate key deliverables and due dates to the Solution Teams and other technology and business stakeholders and service owners (application, infrastructure & business/SaaS vendor) with the goal to ensure compliance with Information Security standards, policies and procedures
  • Provide escalation path for information security issues, incidents and enquiries
  • Work with the Technology Team and Business Unit management team to determine acceptable levels of risk for the applicable Business Unit, report on variances, and propose/lead mitigation activities.
  • Partner with enterprise service teams to leverage capabilities and subject matter expertise
  • Acts as an Information Security subject matter expert on responsible area and endorse recommended solutions, providing thought leadership, coaching and mentoring to other information security analysts as required

Networking People (UK) is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Reference: 1670690451

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