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DLP Consultant

Job Title: DLP Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: £450 - £520 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 9 Months
REF: dlp030317_1488559712
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a leading Investment Bank to source a DLP Consultant/Data loss Prevention specialist to work as part of a global team covering Information Security in multiple locations worldwide

You will be responsible for the following:

- Working on their DLP Program

-Building their governance model and driving program and policies with the governance model in mind

-Ensuring regulatory and product watch

-Producing reports and KPI's

-Information Protection

-Analysing business requirements

-Creating and Maintaining DLP policies

-Ensuring that the business has support in DLP Incident management

-Data Loss Incidents

Essential Qualifications

-Understanding the business and working with stakeholders

-Understanding of Information Security

-Excellent Oral and Written skills

-Proficiency in MS Office

dlp / data loss prevention / dlp business policies / dlp incident management / incident management / information security / info sec / security

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