Security Engineering Senior Manager, London
Posted on Jan 18, 2019 by PWC-1
Scope of Responsibility: The Security Engineering team is responsible for the following tasks:Working with Security Architecture to break down high level roadmap into manageable project solutions over the medium termDefinition of solution design for enterprise security technologyExecution of hands on build of security technologies on a global scaleEngaging technology stakeholders at all levels to explain complex security technologies & manage deployment & implementation pipelinesEngage with Cyber to discuss & hand over service transition and management of implemented security technologyStrategic & Technical Orientation / Job Content: SAEIT pillar skills matrix:Experience engaging business & technology stakeholders at all levels to gather long term goals & requirementsExperience mapping long term business requirements to complex security architecture frameworks such as TOGAF, SABSA, Zachman etc.Understanding of how to design & build security technology solutions aligned to a global central service environmentUnderstanding of security technology at an enterprise & solution levelHands on engineering experience with enterprise security technologyExperience working to transition technology from a local focus to a central technology service organizationExperience working in a complex, matrix organizationExperience working with multiple stakeholders across functional and technical skillsets
- Design & build security technologies such as SIEM, Endpoint protection, Network Firewalls, Web Application Firewalls (WAF) etc.
- Application of security technology to solve complex business problems in line with a central service model
- Ensure security technologies implemented have appropriate documentation pertaining to functionality & capability
- Manage handover of implemented security technology to Cyber Service Management
Other Details:An effective SAEIT candidate will also possess the following skills:Analytical: Inquisitive nature and intuition regarding what questions to ask, when, and their relative significance.Technical: Broad understanding of enterprise technology & how to design & build a range of security toolsBusiness: High level understanding of PwC's business model, service offerings, and business operating environment as it pertains to the firm's threat landscape. Ability to frame threats and exposures in a business context recognized by non-technical staff and executives.Threat landscape: Knowledge of how attack techniques are used in enterprise intrusions to gain entry, gain privilege, and ultimately accomplish a nefarious objective against a victim organization.Communication: High level verbal and written communication skills vital to informing, persuading, and teaching stakeholders to enable effective responseDelivery. Ability to define the conceptual and execute within a real world business environment.
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