Position: Cyber Security Consultant
Start date: Monday 6 April 2020 - Approximately 12 months to cover maternity leave
Day rate: £775 per day
Location: Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, London, Bedford, Guildford, travel to other locations may be necessary.
The Information Rights team is based mainly based in Manchester and the Information Security team is mainly based in Bristol, so travel will be mainly be required between these sites and Birmingham where the head office is. Travel to other locations may be necessary. Face to face and video calls will be required, travel may be required 2-3 days a week depending on base location.
1. Lead & maintain compliance with relevant Information Rights & Security standards, legislation and monitor requirements. Including but not limited to FOI, DPA, NISD, PSN and as a provider of Critical National Infrastructure.
2. Provide and maintain sufficient management systems and lead resources to prevent, detect, respond to and mitigate threats to prevent loss of confidentiality, integrity or availability of information assets.
3. Responsible for the delivery of policies, processes and systems to manage the continuity of information services and the recovery of information systems, services in the event of crisis, disaster or other unforeseen circumstances
MUST HAVE ESSENTIAL SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
- Lead the provision of information rights & information security management systems in accordance with accepted legislative or industry best practice requirements.
- Provide and maintain sufficient management systems and lead resources to prevent, detect, respond to and mitigate information security threats to prevent loss of confidentiality, integrity or availability of information assets.
- Responsible for the delivery of policies, processes and systems to manage the continuity of information services and the recovery of information systems
- Coordinate cyber security arrangements with the UK Government Security Services, including GCHQ and CPNI.
- Ensure compliance with the Network and Information Systems Directive.
- Provide technical support to the existing Information Technology Directorate working for the Chief Data Officer.
- Knowledge and experience of Record of Processing Activities (RoPA) requirement.
- Training and awareness activities.
- Ongoing management and review of Information Sharing agreements.
- Automation of business processes.
- Contributing to the delivery of technology solutions supporting major modernisation projects.
- Knowledge and experience of the Freedom of Information Act.
- Knowledge and experience of the General Data Protection Act.
- Represent client with external stakeholders including safety and financial monitors, UK industry, European and other technical bodies to enhance the company's interests.