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Cyber Security Senior Manager - Edinburgh

up to £70,000 (DOE) + Cash/Car Allowance + Bonus + Group Benefits - Technology & Data
Ref: 3721 Date Posted: Monday 15 Oct 2018
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Our client, is market leader in the provision of Cyber Security services in the UK. They are enjoying unprecedented nation-wide and international growth in client demand, and are now seeking to make several important hires in to key leadership roles in their practice.  This includes recruiting Senior Managers to join their Private Sector Cyber Advisory practice in Scotland; with the option to be based in Glasgow or Edinburgh.

The Private Sector Cyber Advisory team helps clients to understand their cyber risks and define and execute a strategy which enables their business to deliver its objectives within their desired risk envelope.  They support client leadership teams to define their risk appetite and a proportionate target state of cyber capability and maturity to deliver it; defining operating and governance models to make cyber security a sustainable capability which responds to evolving business priorities.  They also help clients define and assure complex control solutions to help them manage their risks.

Responsibilities:

Client service:

  • Managing and delivering cyber security and cyber risk assignments, including producing documentation and reports, and quality assuring the work produced by junior team members.
  • Working as a subject matter expert in your particular field to support a team, and/or managing a larger team in delivering engagements at scale.
  • Maintaining cyber security and risk knowledge and certifications, sharing this knowledge with junior team members.
  • Maintaining awareness of key business and industry trends, and understanding how they impact responses to cyber risk.
  • Championing the delivery of the highest quality services to clients, and actively managing and mentoring junior team members to do the same, while managing the risks to the firm.

Business and practice development:

  • Building client relationships and establishing credibility by demonstrating knowledge of various aspects of cyber security, and identify opportunities where the firm can assist.
  • Supporting senior members of the team in developing client proposals and solution offerings.
  • Contributing to the financial and operational management of the practice.
  • Driving the development of toolkits, methodologies and accelerators.
  • Providing thought leadership and direction for the cyber security practice.
  • Helping recruit, retain and develop other cyber security team members.

You will be hold a relevant professional qualification such as CISSP, CISM, ISO Lead Auditor etc and have a broad range of cyber and information security skills, knowledge and experience. You will be able to demonstrate a strong track record of credibility as a trusted advisor to senior business stakeholders on cyber security, and you must be experienced and comfortable working with stakeholders up CxO level in FTSE350-scale companies. Excellent communication skills are imperative (oral and written), coupled with the ability to project manage and develop/coach junior members of the team.

Salary £negotiable + Car/Cash Allowance + Bonus + Group Benefits.  For further information contact Stuart Ringland on (0131) 516 4333 or email stuart@lusona.co.uk