Reports to: Head of Information Security
Preferred Certifications: CISSP, CISM, CCSP, or equivalent
The information Security officer will ensure the organisations central functions of are within the defined security risk appetite, by aligning business as usual and change efforts with governance and control frameworks.
Information security officers are the main point of contact for business units on security. Co-ordinating engagement and security risk management with IT, security and testing, internal risk and audit teams. The information security officer will be a trusted advisor for the CIO, and other business leaders, alongside providing expertise and awareness between the security team and central business units.
We are working with a leading UK Threat Intelligence and Investigations provider, who are one of the first to take a proactive approach to remote working.Passionate about what they do, they empower decision makers and enterprise leaders to identify emerging threats and mitigate business risk. They are now expanding their multi-disciplined analyst team to meet client demand and drive further market share and growth.
They’re currently looking for inquisitive, imaginative and flexible entry-level cyber intelligence analysts to shape and grow with us.
If you are looking for a hands on security role this could be for you. We have a client who is looking for an experienced analyst with a strong background in networks to join their tech start up. They already have a team in place and need you to come in and help lead and develop their offering to clients. You will be responsible for managing incidents, threat hunting, maturing their tooling and helping them promote their EDR tool to clients.
We’re working with a leading cyber threat intelligence consultancy, based in London. Due to continued growth they’re looking for experienced Senior CTI Analysts to join the team. The analyst will make use of internal tooling and techniques, in order to collect, analyse, assess, produce, and disseminate informed and accurate reporting, providing actionable insight into the threat landscape.
• Identifying new sources and tools is a key responsibility for the new analyst.