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Senior Manager Incident Response & Cyber Investigations

Job Title: Senior Manager Incident Response & Cyber Investigations
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £80000 - £95000 per annum + Flex Cash + Bonus + Pension
Start Date: ASAP
REF: IR231
Contact Name: John Winfield
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

The Senior Manager of Incident Response & Cyber Investigations will be the first hire within EMEA and will be accountable for developing the Incident response program across the region.

There is approved headcount to grow out a team of 10-12 APT Incident Responders who will be responsible for proactively hunting down low and slow APT on the companies enterprise network.

As such the ideal candidate will have a strong technical background in incident response techniques including forensics, malware analysis & reverse engineering and be competent at leading technical investigations within a live environment.

Though a senior manager position this is still a very heavily technical role and you will be expected to remain hands on in leading investigations while building and nurturing more junior team members.

However due to the greenfield nature of the function you will take a strategic position in mindset as you will be responsible for developing the IR policies, processes & procedures and engaging senior stakeholders throughout the region to educate on the programme of work and highlight the benefits of a central function.

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