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Information Security and Compliance Manager

Job Title: Information Security and Compliance Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,London
Industry:
Salary: £72000 - £75000 per annum + Package
REF: HM 122_82592
Contact Name: Montash Limited
Contact Email: responsebb@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

My client is recruiting an Information Security and Compliance Manager to be the company lead for all Information Security Matters. You will work alongside the IT infrastructure Director and Head of Risk and report into the CIO and board. The organisation is currently undergoing a massive change programme and this role is expected to be an integral part of the change and development of the organisation. You will be responsible for compliance (ISO 27001 and PCI-DSS), security policy, training and awareness, planning, strategy, governance, compliance, disaster recovery, business continuity, security monitoring and overseeing IT audits and testing. You should have a broad security knowledge and capable of conversing with technical specialists and senior stakeholders alike on complex security matters.

Your duties will include:

  • Advise and assist on the implementation of new infrastructure
  • Maintaining ISO 27001 and PCI-DSS
  • Advice on security tools
  • Assisting with ongoing policy development
  • Security training and awareness, including BYOD policy
  • Organising and chairing monthly compliance and risk meetings with senior stakeholders throughout the business
  • Implementing and overseeing a disaster recovery plan
  • Oversee and offer security input on relevant projects
  • Carrying out IT risk assessment and reporting
  • Being the main point of contact for security matters
  • Arranging and coordinating penetration tests and reporting on results
  • Coordinating with Internal audits and putting remedial action in place
  • Arranging and overseeing external IT audits
  • Guiding and supporting IT projects on security matters
  • Liaise with an influence the board on the needs for security development
  • Conducting business impact analysts and reporting on results
  • Arranging and overseeing external penetration testing when necessary

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Working knowledge of IS0 27001
  • Working knowledge of PCI-DSS
  • Ecommerce experience
  • Policy writing
  • Ability to communicate complex security issues in a simplistic fashion
  • Experience in reporting to the board and managing senior stakeholders
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
  • Demonstrated leadership and management experience
  • Knowledge of third party penetration testing reports
  • Experience of training and awareness
  • Ability to translate complex security issues simply to the board and other senior managers
  • Experience in overseeing audits

This is a permanent role paying £75,000 basic salary plus package. Based in central London.

For more information please email howardm@montash.com or apply direct.

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