Security governance manager
About this job
IT Security, Governance and Risk Manager – Global FS Company – North Co. Dublin
My client, a global blue-chip FS firm based in North county Dublin now has a requirement for an IT Security, Governance and Risk Manager.
The IT Security, Governance and Risk Manager is responsible for defining and ensuring the implementation of all IT security policies and standards across the IT team and wider business
- Identifies USIL security framework, (NIST) and ensure continual assessment
- Define USIL security policies and procedures and embed into IT and business teams
- Define and embed IT governance structure including policies and procedures
- Ensures controls are in place for both Security and IT governance and monitors outputs with accurate MI
- Establish IT risk framework and controls
- Works with best in class vendors and partners to determine security solutions that are fit for purpose
- Provides leadership and mentoring across organisation of IT security approaches, frameworks and controls
- Work with IT team to respond to security incidents, manage incident and any resultant actions
- Proactively audits and assesses all areas of IT to ensure adherence to IT security policies and procedures
- Relevant third level degree qualification in IT.
- Qualification in relevant frameworks or security standards essential (CISM, CISSP, CISA etc)
- At least 7 years’ experience in leading IT operations and infrastructure teams
- At least 7 years’ experience in cyber security
- Experience in security tools and solutions
- The ability to effectively manage stakeholders at all levels of the organisation
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Acts as a role model to the team / department and demonstrates the ability to mentor and develop individuals
- Must be willing to travel between both the Navan and Dublin office and other Utmost territories where required
If you feel this role would be right for you, please apply and we will be in touch. Please note you must have full working rights in Ireland and the EU to be considered for this position.