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Cyber Security Risk Manager

Geplaatst 29 sep. 2022
Delen:
Werkervaring
2 tot 5 jaar
Full-time / part-time
Full-time
Functie
Soort opleiding
Taalvereiste
Engels (Vloeiend)

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Cyber Security Risk Manager

Role Profile: Operating within the Security Governance Risk and Compliance team you will report directly to the Head of Security Governance Risk and Compliance. This role is critical to the continued focus on the risk appetite of Arqiva as a business. You will ideally have built and implemented a Cyber Risk Framework and come with some learnings to ensure its successful implementation at Arqiva. We are looking for someone with strong stakeholder management experience and the ability to communicate with an engineer or an executive board member. The Information Security function will be embedded across the entire enterprise with accountability for supporting specific domains such as Cyber Risk Management. Utilities, Broadcast, OSS, AI/ML, Cloud, Information Security Framework, Suppliers Security Auditing, Threat Hunting, Incident Response and Auditing.

Salary/package: Up to £72,200 (DOE) + 10% Bonus and Competitive Benefits

Location: Crawley Court, but flexible remote working.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Accountable for providing Arqiva with current security advice and latest best practice to ensures adoption of a business first risk-based approach.
  • Provide tailored advice to a range of stakeholders on how to remediate identified risks by proportionately applying security capabilities, using published guidance, standards, and drawing on a range of experts as well as personal expertise
  • Provide expert security advice that highlights Cyber Security related risks, so risk or service owners can make well-informed and auditable decisions
  • Independently undertake risk management activities within a given area of practice or expertise, usually within established security and risk management governance structures and frameworks
  • Ensure that security policies and security controls remain appropriate and proportionate to the assessed risks, and are responsive and adaptable to the changing threat landscape, business requirements and Arqiva policies

Must haves:

  • At least two of the following: MSc Cyber Security or related subject, CISSP, CISM, CRISC, CISA, ISO27001 Lead Auditor or Lead Implementer, CISMP, Data Protection Practitioner, IRM Cert, Digital Risk Certificate, FAIR Analysis Fundamentals/FAIR Analyst
  • Demonstrable SME level expertise in respect to information security risk management processes, frameworks and procedures with large critical national infrastructure organisations.
  • Knowledge of UK Government Security Policy Framework, International Information Assurance Standards, e.g. ISO 27001, DPA, NIST, ISF Standard of good practise

Might haves

  • Knowledge of application, infrastructure and networking security controls and systems covering physical, procedural and technical (ICT) areas, particularly in relation to data management.

More than anything, we want to work with people who are passionate about what they do and believe

in our vision. So, if you think you have most of the skills and / or experience we are looking for, then

please do apply for the role - we want to hear from you!

Who we are

Arqiva is at the heart of the broadcast and utilities sector in the UK and beyond.

Through our infrastructure we ensure media and data is taken from, and delivered to where it is most

valued, whether that’s from broadcasters to your TV screen or radio, or from your smart meter to the

utility company. Even if you haven’t heard of us before, the chances are you’re indirectly a customer

of ours and our infrastructure is part of your everyday life!

We have a rich heritage and an exciting future ahead of us, and there’s so much more to us that we

can’t wait to share with you.

What do you need to be the best version of you…

We are working closely with our colleagues to help define our future ways of working in a postpandemic world, recognising that the last twelve months have opened up opportunities to explore new and different ways of working. We’re excited to put our own personal experiences into long-term

sustainable changes that benefit our people and our customers.

Working flexibly can mean different things to different people, and we want everyone to get the very

best out of their experience working at Arqiva. The wellbeing of our colleagues is at the heart of

everything we do, therefore if you're looking for part-time, job-shares, flexible working patterns or the

opportunity to work from home - have a chat with us and we will do our best to make it work for

everyone.

Inclusive Arqiva

For us, building a working environment that is diverse, inclusive and engaged, is a positive for both

our colleagues and our customers. This is why we have invested in our partnerships with initiatives

and organisations such as Tommy's Pregnancy at Work, Inclusive Employers and WISE (Women in

Science and Engineering).

We are trusted, independent and reliable. We are pioneers in an always-on, always-connected world
As the UK’s leading communications infrastructure provider, we play a crucial part in supporting the country’s thriving digital economy.
We have more than 8,000 active telecom tower sites, and are the only provider of terrestrial television and radio broadcasting in the UK. It’s a position we’ve worked hard to attain, having invested more than £800 million in technology and infrastructure over the past five years.

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