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Security & Controls Consultant

Job Title: Security & Controls Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Essex
Salary: £45 - £47 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 9 Month (ext)
REF: S&C01_1492012098
Contact Name: Alex Woodrow
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

Position Description:

Security & Controls Consultant IT Security and Control Consultant (SCC¿s) are responsible for supporting and advising business teams in matters of security policy.

This will include:

  • Ensuring that existing and future applications/ infrastructure are fully aligned with client's IT security policy.
  • Customers are kept appraised of security policy changes and how this may affect planned developments and current business.
  • Assisting customers in the appropriate closure of security policy gaps.
  • Reviewing new development plans and advising on appropriate security measures.
  • Supporting and advising customers through audit and closure of audit comment.
  • Determining risk and recommending mitigating controls.
  • Liaising with other security professionals to help interpret policy and be prepared to make process improvement recommendations.
  • Keeping security knowledge up to date and fresh.
  • Working within a team and report into a security & controls manager.

Skills Required:

  • Excellent inter-personal skills as close collaboration with business teams is a key aspect of the role.
  • Must have at least two of the following professional certifications: CISM, CISA, CISSP, ISO27001

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