IT Security Analyst, IT Security Officer, CISSP

Recruiter
ARC IT Recruitment Ltd
Location
City
Salary
Circa £45k plus benefits
Posted
12 Apr 2017
Closes
12 May 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
IT Security Analyst, IT Security Officer, CISSP

City of London

Circa £45K Plus Benefits

IT security analyst / IT Security Officer is required by a prestigious investment bank based in the city of London. This role will see you undertaking business as usual Security Operations duties as well as e-discovery searches on behalf of legal, compliance, security and human resources.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Develop processes and solutions to support security services catalogue
  • Help define security reporting requirements
  • Manage service management requests that require secondary security approval
  • Track all open security issues to closure
  • Undertake IT Security reviews to ensure internal controls are in-line with company IT Security Policy and provide recommendations for remediation
  • Participate in Change Control Board to ensure changes are appropriate
  • Undertake e-discovery searches on behalf of Legal, Compliance, Security and HR


Assist with:
  • IT Security investigations including analysis, expert opinion and reporting
  • Audit point closure and management reporting
  • Assist with penetration testing activities undertaken by external specialists




Key Requirements:
  • 2 years background in a security related role
  • CISSP certified or prepared to achieve CISSP certification
  • Experience of report writing
  • E-discovery experience / knowledge (desirable)
  • Security related certification such as CISA, CISM or MSc in Information Security (desirable)


You will be joining a very well respected and well known investment bank, working with an experienced and collaborative group of technology professionals.

For a full consultation on this highly interesting role, please send your CV to Laura Hestley at ARC IT or call 01273 781 800.



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