Cyber Intelligence Manager - Glasgow - 3 months
|Job Title:||Cyber Intelligence Manager - Glasgow - 3 months|
|Salary:||£500 - £650 per day|
|Contact Name:||Craig Ross|
|Job Published:||October 23, 2018 10:55|
Cyber Intelligence Manager - Glasgow - 4 month contract
Experienced Cyber Intelligence Manager required for an initial 4 month contract based in Glasgow.
Please note this rate is INSIDE IR35.
The Cyber Intelligence Manager will carry out the following tasks:
- Manages assessment of threats to confidentiality, integrity, availability, accountability and relevant compliance. Takes ownership of security control reviews, business risk assessments, and reviews that follow significant breaches of security controls.
- Prepares and maintains a Cyber Intelligence Unit work plan for information security work which addresses the emerging and evolving threats, in line with the Chief Digital Officer strategy and the wider Agency.
- Manages the work of all other Cyber Intelligence specialist staff, including project and task definition and prioritisation, quality management
- Develops information security policy, standards and guidelines appropriate to business, technology and legal requirements and in accordance with best professional and industry practice.
- Operates as a focus for IT security expertise for the organisation, providing authoritative advice and guidance on the application and operation of all types of security control, including legislative or regulatory requirements such as data protection and software copyright law.
Essential experience and skills required include -
- Experience of implementing and managing the use of technical security measures.
- Demonstrable experience of working with different digital architectures and digital solutions and a solid understanding of the risks represented by a variety of solutions (particularly on-premise, public/hybrid cloud), with experience of managing security in an environment with frequent change;
- Knowledge and understanding of government information security standards with demonstrable experience in interpreting and applying information assurance legislation and policies;
- Demonstrable experience of using technical security tools in an operational environment to manage, detect and respond to cyber security incidents, including technical knowledge of security engineering, authentication, protocols, cryptography and application security;
- Good communication skills and experience of communicating to different audiences, including senior management, with the ability to describe technical issues in non-technical manner.
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