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Security Architect- GRC

Job Title: Security Architect- GRC
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Industry:
Salary: £550 - £650 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: MS-SECA-LDN-181114
Contact Name: Marcus Seoane
Contact Email: marcuss@montash.com
Job Published: almost 3 years ago

Job Description

Security Architect-GRC

I am currently resourcing for a Security Architect with GRC experience to join a fast growing security consultancy in London. They are looking for someone that is between Solution and Enterprise Architecture level with a strong specialism in GRC. The organisation is a niche consultancy with a strong portfolio of clients both public and private sector. They look for people that have the desire to do well and grow as the business grows, someone that is looking to further their career in security. Strong stakeholder engagement skills are a must with experience in a consultancy being desirable.

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