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Information Security Recruitment

Information Security is a serious issue to big and small businesses alike

Almost daily, the media reports on  a company being hacked; the stories that are reported are just a fraction of what is really happening, with the majority of security breaches going undetected or unreported.

Legislation is changing and companies will be required by law to disclose all hacks and cyber-attacks. High profile hacks have a hugely negative impact on share prices.  The CEO, the Chairman, the COO/CIO are all held accountable by shareholders. When a major attack takes place, or data has been breached and precautions have not been adequately taken, it’s inevitable that someone will be held accountable.

Be prepared

Are your information security capabilities fool proof?  Would you and your team know what to do in the event of a hack? Do you have the most robust processes, procedures and systems in place to prevent a hack? Are you investing in this area? Where does your CISO sit within the organisation? Are they on the Board, or are they sat in a shared service in another country and wield very little power?  These are the questions all organisations should be asking themselves, and ones we ask our clients daily.

Expertise from Montash

We have a network of people who know what to do in the event of a hack, and more importantly, know how to prevent an attack by taking the right precautions and measures to ensure optimum security.

We have built strong relationships with CISOs and information security experts across the globe. We have the knowledge and the expertise needed to identify top talent and to ensure the right candidate is deployed to the right organisation. Our Information Security team have the capabilities to provide specialist recruitment services across: Information Security & Risk Management, Cyber Security, Governance & Compliance, Penetration Testing, Technical Security, Threat and Vulnerability, Malware Analysis, Business Continuity Management, and Executive Management.

Areas Covered

Our Information Security practice covers a wide range of areas within the Information Security function. The team has consistently delivered contract and permanent assignments in the following areas:

Information Security

  • CISO and CRO Recruitment
  • Information Security Recruitment
  • Information Risk Recruitment
  • Cyber Security Recruitment
  • CLAS Consultants Recruitment
  • Security Architecture Recruitment
  • Security Engineering Recruitment
  • Security Operations Recruitment
  • Identity and Access Management Specialists Recruitment
  • Operational Risk/Security Recruitment
  • Information Privacy, Data Protection, Privacy by  Design Recruitment
  • Threat and Vulnerability Recruitment
  • Penetration Testing - CHECK/CREST/TIGER Recruitment
  • Threat Intelligence Recruitment
  • Incident Response Recruitment
  • Malware Analysis Recruitment
  • Reverse Engineering Recruitment
  • Big Data Recruitment
  • RED Teaming Recruitment

​Read some of our case studies and see how we have helped organisations strengthen their information security capabilities.​​

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