Project Manager – Cyber Security

Contract @Garniche Jobs UK in IT
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  • Post Date : March 14, 2023
  • Apply Before : April 27, 2023
  • Salary: $50,060,035.00 - $600.00
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  • Job ID 339497

Job Description

For this role you MUST have RECENTLY (Within The Past 5 Years) worked with or for a University previously to be considered for the role. Please DO NOT APPLY if you have not worked at a University before doing Cyber Security Project Management.

My Higher Education Client has a exciting opportunity for a Cyber Security Project Manager to manage the technical delivery of various cybersecurity projects and contribute to the overall success of the Cybersecurity programme function by ensuring that projects are delivered according to scope, on time and within budget.

Skills required:
Experience of working within Cybsersecurity team as a Technical Delivery Manager or within core Cybersecurity BAU function

Mastery of Project Delivery Life Cycle (PDLC) Controls

Experience in managing multiple projects with broad scope, ambiguity, and high degree of difficulty

Experience in managing cybersecurity technology projects such as implementation of DLP, Cyber infrastructure replacement, Cloud monitoring tools etc.

Experience on Cyber Resilience projects e.g., DLP, IAM, SOC, MDR deployments.

Demonstrable proficiency in a wide range of information IT security technologies and embedded security; at the minimum knowledge must cover key cybersecurity domains such as Identity and Access Management, Threat Intelligence, Risk Evaluation, Security Assessment/Testing, Incidence Management and Vendor/Cloud products assessment

Proven understanding of current best practice approach to security assurance and the application of security frameworks

Experience in project and development methodologies covering; architecture pattern development, requirements analysis, design review and project risk assessment.

Planning and prioritising multiple project work streams in response to rapidly developing and changing portfolios.

Turning business problems into optimal technical security designs, aligning user needs with systems requirements and organisational goals.

Experience of supplier and third party risk management

Structured project management experience in deploying security-related initiatives

Broad experience in computer and network systems, including IT security

Ability to handle ambiguity and make decisions and recommendations with limited data

Understanding of various Cyber/IT Security frameworks e.g. NIST; ISO-27001; PCI-DSS; EBA-ICT and FFIEC

Solid analytical/problem-solving skills with capability to identify solutions to unusual and complex problems