nbsp nbsp About the Chief Security Office Chief Security Office (CSO) engages in a range of activities to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the Firm's Physical and Information assets and to assist in the delivery of secure solutions to the business. Teams include Cyber Security Operations, Physical Security, Intelligence, Investigations, and Resilience. nbsp The JOC is the state-of-the-art operational hub of security, resilience and defence colleagues from across Barclays with the mission to defend and protect our clients, colleagues, technology, data, and assets, ensuring a resilient bank. Teams detect, respond and inform on all significant security and non-security incidents. The JOC operations run 24 hours a day, every day of the year and is staffed by incident and crisis managers along with experts from the Chief Security Office, Business Fraud, Financial Crime, Corporate Real Estate Solutions, Legal and Corporate Communications. Overall purpose of role Cybercrime and cyber-attacks against institutions are growing considerably in quality, quantity, and complexity, targeting both private industry and national critical infrastructure. A holistic approach across all security disciplines is required to ensure these threats are mitigated successfully. Successful attacks against organisations can result in significant disruptions to business transactions, operations, and client activities, as well as regulatory scrutiny, reputational harm and brand tarnishment. As a global bank, Barclays is at the crosshairs of cyber criminals. As an organisation that process financial transactions, stores and transmits sensitive client information, and participates in the global financial marketplace, Barclays is an attractive target to organised criminals, hackers and hacktivists. Barclays can expect to see a continued increase in the number and sophistication of cyber-attacks against it, its partners, and its employees and clients. This is made more of a critical issue given the bank's strategy of providing more and more of its services and products online and via mobile channels. This environment requires a different and much more proactive and intelligence-led cyber defence, compared to the normal reactive and incident based defences built over the last 20 years. The modern Chief Security Office (CSO) develops and operates tools that are used by internal groups for protecting information, understanding internal systems and networks in order to prevent attacks, and analysing information to determine whether the organisation is under attack. Equally, it delivers this goal through the delivery of effective capability and capacity to monitor, respond, contain, manage and remediate security incidents and threats to the business. The Joint Operations Centre (JOC) is central within the CSO in achieving these objectives delivering effective command, control and coordination capabilities in response to any security threat or incident with the mission of protecting the assets of the company and its customers. Key Accountabilities The candidate will be required to be a self-starter able to identify and implement necessary tasks within their area of responsibility and the flexibility necessary to work within the JOC. Being part of a multifunctional team providing the communication and co-ordination services that deliver a world class Joint Operations Centre function. Building, developing and executing a clear framework across multiple dependencies for the effective identification, management, containment communication of security incidents managed by JOC. Building, developing and executing an Intelligence Driven Defence (IDD) security incident management capability to ensure that Barclays can call on expert capability and respond rapidly to security events, any time, any place. Incorporating Cyber, Physical and Facilities Incident Management demands within JOC enablement. Core business hours with shift work from 11AM-11PM (4 days on4 days off) Basic Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in MIS, Criminal Justice, Forensics, or related field, or equivalent years of work experience 8+ years of experience in security and incident management (cyber, physical, forensics, law enforcement), as well as hands-on crisis and project management Preferred Qualifications Knowledge of Cyber Kill Chain Intelligence Driven Defence Attack Monitoring, including documentation and ticketing fundamentals Digital Forensics Security Architectures Threat Analysis Vulnerability Assessment Security Monitoring Security Monitoring A good understanding of a Corporate, Physical Security Environment. Previous experience in a Joint Operations CentreSecurity Control Room environment is desirable. EEO It is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domesticcivil partnership status, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law. Dynamic working gives everyone at Barclays the opportunity to integrate professional and personal lives, if you have a need for flexibility then please discuss this with the hiring manager.. Glassdoor has millions of jobs plus salary information, company reviews, and interview questions from people on the inside making it easy to find a job that's right for you.