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  • Senior Recruitment Consultant - Cyber Security

    The Montash Cyber Team is growing and growing fast. We are looking for specialist recruitment consultants to form the pillars to mirror the CISO function. Identity and Access Management is one of the most significant components of good security with people, policy & technology all working in unison to provide, at its most simplistic, tracking of joiners, movers & leavers within a business. In a mature state firms can begin to integrate behavioural analytics & map employee habits & traits in order to predict & reduce the risk of an insider threat. Montash have an opening for a senior consultant to take ownership of the Identity & Access Management specialism, recruiting talented individuals from senior leaders to subject matter experts across the vertical. You will be able to learn the IAM skillset inside out, track programs, build functions over a multi-year change program and become a true specialist recruitment consultant. IAM provides the opportunity to engage with functional and technical skillsets from leadership talent to design architects, build engineers and operations staff. You will gain exposure to ...

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