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Symantec DLP Specialist - Information Security

Job Title: Symantec DLP Specialist - Information Security
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £550 - £551 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: LM02
Contact Name: Lauren Murphy
Contact Email: laurenm@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Job Title: Symantec DLP Specialist, Information Security and IT risk

Location: London

Duration: 6 months

Industry: IT

Montash have been engaged by a global investment bank to secure a highly experienced information security consultant with is vast amount of experience of DLP. The individual will be responsible for taking ownership of DLP program and DLP technical solutions; working in relation with the major bank actors (Business, Compliance and Anti-Fraud…); analysing the information and sensitiveness and producing key reports. Candidates must have a clear understanding of Symantec DLP and information protection. This will be a six month contract.

General tasks and responsibilities:

The information security is made of 4 components

  • Symantec DLP program (The governance one implying cross teams/region coordination)

-building the governance model

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

-ensuing regulatory and product watch

-producing reports and KPI

-involving cross entry support

  • Information Protection (the Symantec DLP policy building component implying close relationship with business)

-analysing business requirements

-creating and maintaining DLP business policies

-ensuring support to business DLP incident management

  • Data loss incidents (the incident management component that implying relationship with business and transversal functions and compliance)

-dealing with level 2 DLP incidents though the dedicated tool

-qualifying confirmed incidents vs false incidents

-being in relation with all the actors of DLP incident workflow

-remediating incidents

Apply now for further details and immediate consideration for this excellent career opportunity.

Keywords:

DLP / Data loss prevention / Information Security / Symantec DLP / Information Protection / Symantec / Symantec DLP

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