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Director of IT Audit
£90k – £120k per annum
Our client is a leading multinational organization with offices globally. Their Internal Audit Department are hiring a Director of IT Audit to help design, implement and lead a risk management strategy around a large number of multiyear IT programs. The role is working for one of the largest organizations in Asia, who are heavily invested into their Technology strategy. Over the coming years there are significant programs taking place and the organization wants to implement more advance risk management techniques. The role is aligned to Internal Audit but you will be expected to build a consulting capability into the Technology Department as you define the critical path from a risk/audit perspective. You will be expected to engage and manage senior stakeholders, which consist of Departmental Heads and the CIO as well as lead and inspire a team of technical auditors. The Technology environment is diverse but you must have had experience working in a similar role in a large enterprise environment that host large scale low latency environment with a strong preferences of Banking Infrastructure or Exchange Infrastructure experience/knowledge. Our client is happy to relocate for this position. Responsibilities of the Role: Develop a Risk & Audit Plan for Technology and integrate it with the overall risk management strategy of the business Develop and advance technical auditing practices Lead and manage independently audits from planning through to reporting, ensuring appropriate audit coverage, quality and timeliness of completion Supervise, coach and develop a team of technology auditors Advise and provide recommendations to stakeholders on risk and control issues, process improvement and compliance measures Assist and support the Head of Audit to achieve the Department’s strategic plan, to enhance audit proficiencies through implementing appropriate standards, methodologies and processes, and to streamline internal audit workflow. Requirements of the Role: University degree and relevant professional qualifications (e.g. CA, CPA, CISA, CISSP and CISM) 10-15+ years of relevant experience, with proven record in performing IT and system related control evaluation and risk assessment in sizeable or multinational companies Experience of complicated low latency high frequency IT environments an advantage Outstanding stakeholder Engagement and Management Skills, a lot of the role will require consulting and advising into internal customers Excellent knowledge of IT operational and system auditing Expertise on IT related domains (e.g. service management, system administration, or application development), information security, project management and best practice models (e.g. CMMI, COBIT and AXELOS) Ability to utilize CAAT tools to perform analytical review and/or continuous auditing Excellent analytical, communication and report writing skills in English Excellent leadership, team work and relationship management skills Ability to manage multiple tasks effectively and can work under pressure Total Comp: Circa 200K GBP per year If you are interested in this position, please send your CV in Word Format via 'Apply' button and put “IT Audit” in the Subject Heading.
Principal Data Protection Consultant
Up to £85,000 + Benefits and 15% Bonus
Principal Data Protection Consultant - Professional Services - £85,000 basic 15% bonus Excellent opportunity to join a specialist market design, governance and assurance service provider. I am looking for a highly skilled Data Protection Consultant with excellent Data Protection knowledge and experience of analysis, strategy and implementation. London based with UK and some European Travel! The role: Heading up the Data Protection team you'll be responsible for ensuring the firm's clients are compliant with the rules and regulations imposed by external regulators. Supporting your customers in complying with all relevant Data Protection legislation like the DPA (Data Protection Act) and GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Responsibilities: Lead a team with responsibility for advising global businesses/entities on data protection compliance matters Supporting a variety of sectors including retail, automotive, energy and finance sector in relation to the implementation of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations). Advise on a wide range of privacy and data protection compliance issues which include undertaking data protection audits, privacy impact assessments, development of comprehensive privacy policies, guidance and training and awareness programmes, data sharing challenges, subject access requests, cross-border transfers of data, review of data processor contracts, direct marketing campaigns (PECR), 3rd party data processor outsourcing arrangements and audits. Provide a holistic approach to data protection assisting organisations in the identification and mitigation of the risks associated with data security (with knowledge of IT technical controls, ISO27001 and PCI DSS to safeguard data). Support organisations in relation to internal security breach management, investigations bought by the Information Commissioners Office relating to significant data breaches and complaints from individuals alleging infringements of their rights under the Data Protection Act. Required experience: ISEB Certificate or equivalent Data Privacy qualification (CIPPE, CIPM, CIPT OR PDP etc.) At least 10 years of Data Protection experience Working in a Professional Services/Consulting environment is essential!
IT Audit Assistant Manager
Competitive Depending on skills & Experience
Job Introduction Featured in the Sunday Times best companies to work for, Skipton Building Society is one of the largest Building Societies in the UK; fostering a progressive culture and a diverse, inclusive workforce. Based in our offices in scenic Skipton, an exciting opportunity has now arisen for an experienced Assistant IT Manager to develop their skills and take their career to the next level. The role offers a host of outstanding benefits; including flexible working hours (part-time considered), and the opportunity to undertake additional fully-paid qualifications (relevant to the role). Main Responsibilities With a focus on Information Security and Information Technology Risks, you will be tasked with leading a variety of IT audit assignments within the internal audit team. The role promises a great deal of autonomy, as you will be leading and coaching small teams, as well as working closely with key senior stakeholders. You can also expect to take on varied, stimulating work across the entire Skipton Group of companies within the UK and New Zealand. Ideal Candidate Who we’re looking for? To succeed in this role, you should have a strong IT internal audit background, ideally within Financial Services or in a practice environment. A self-starter with an appetite to learn, you should be an efficient and effective communicator with excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to adapt to changing priorities. The following key skills and personal characteristics are also required: Professional Audit Qualification (ideally CISA), and strong academic background, ideally educated to degree level Experience of leading and undertaking varying technical IT audits (e.g. Audit of Network / Infrastructure security A willingness to undertake some work away from home is essential (this may be up to 30% of your time but typically in spells of no longer than two weeks) About the Society At Skipton Building Society we are not just another Financial Services Institution we are a mutual organisation, which means we are owned by our members and believe in placing them at the heart of everything we do. The same goes for our people. We can only be successful as a business if we have great people and we believe in treating people as individuals. Our values are Trust, Ownership and One Team which reflect the attitudes and way of working everyone here displays on a daily basis, and which are key to the delivery of the outstanding level of personal service we offer our customers. Package Description In return for all your hard work and commitment, you will get the support and recognition you deserve. You can expect a structured training and development programme tailored to your needs. You will also be eligible for the following: Group Personal Pension Plan Life Cover 25 days’ holiday, plus one day for each year you’re with us, up to a maximum of 30 days (pro rata when working on a reduced hours basis) SBS offer a range of preferential employee savings & insurance products Paid course fees to study for a professional qualification (where relevant to the role) Childcare vouchers Head Office onsite shop and internet cafe An opportunity to join Simply Health Cash Plan – offering twenty annual benefits including dental care, optical care and physiotherapy Option to donate to charity direct through Payroll Giving Online employee benefits scheme offering discounts with hundreds of high street and online retailers Eye Tests Car Allowance – if applicable to role More senior roles also offer access to group income protection and private medical care
Cyber Security Engineer
A global software company, who are going through a period of sustained growth in the UK, are looking for a Cyber Security Engineer with a wide range of skills to join their team in London. This role will be broad, varied and hands on, spanning information security operations as well as vulnerability management, monitoring and endpoint security. Working closely with technology and business teams, you will be responsible for owning and delivering key information security initiatives across the organisation. Responsibilities will also include analysing and using data collected from multiple sources including Penetration Tests and Vulnerability scans in order to drive Information Security standards across the firm. Candidates require a broad knowledge of information security, with experience of working within security operations and an exposure to as many as possible of the following: Threat Management Vulnerability Management Network Security Endpoint Security Penetration Testing Third Party Risk Assessments Security Monitoring You will also have a good knowledge of a range of industry standard tools, as well as excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
ICT Auditor – Wales & West Team
Wales & West England
Competitive + benefits
About us and the role TIAA is one of the largest specialist internal audit providers to the public sector in the UK. Our clients include some of the largest and most complex organisations in the country, and they look to us to provide them with robust assurance over the whole range of their ICT related risks. Due to increasing demand for our specialist computer audit services we are now looking to grow our capacity, seeking a talented and skilled ICT Auditor to join and assist our Wales and West team in becoming the premier provider of computer audit services to a range of clients. As one of our ICT Audit Specialists, your main responsibilities will involve: Participating in delivering internal audit reviews to assess the management and control of ICT risks. Auditing processes and controls in our clients' ICT infrastructure and applications. Managing relationships with our clients. Ensuring that all audits are carried out in the agreed timescales and in accordance with our quality requirements. Delivering assurance reviews. As an ICT Auditor your skills and qualifications will include: QiCA/CiSA and/or degree qualified or equivalent (ideally in an IT related subject). Experienced in auditing technical ICT systems, infrastructure, and IT services, computer networks and applications. Strong analytical judgement and effective written communication skills, using the Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge and understanding in the application of IT Best Practices and Standards. Being an enthusiastic IT professional who can work with minimal supervision and is a team player, who is flexible and has a genuine interest in assisting clients. Full driving licence. The postholder must be eligible to live and work in the UK and may be expected to work anywhere within the geographical areas covered by the Company. Where such areas are outside the geographical boundaries of the team (to which the postholder is allocated) then reasonable prior notice will be given whenever possible. Evening or weekend work may be necessary from time to time to complete the duties of the post in accordance with the needs of the business. Due to the geographically dispersed nature of our work, from time to time it may also be necessary to stay away from home. Remuneration and benefits In addition to a competitive salary which will be based upon your experience, we provide 25 days paid leave plus the option to purchase up to additional five days through our benefits scheme. Opportunities for part-time or flexible working may also be available. We are a growing business and progression is based upon skills, rather than time served, so there are real opportunities for rapid career development. TIAA is an established employee-focussed company which places great emphasis on staff as well as client well-being. Further details on the company are available on the website. Application and Selection Process: To apply, interested candidates should email HR with a current CV via the 'Apply' button.
ISO 27001 Assessor
London Territory or Home Based
Up to £45,000 + Benefits + Car Allowance
ISO27001 Information Security Assessor / Reading / Up to £45,000 + Car The possibility of your business suffering a cyber crime has increased ten folds over the last 12 months alone. Due to the steady advancement of Internet of Things (IoT), businesses are at more risk from cyber criminals than ever before. As such, there is a global demand for Security Professionals to help prevent, evaluate and combat the attacks, ensuring businesses are as protected and risk free as possible. This is a fantastic opportunity for an ISO 27001 Information Security Assessor. You will be joining an industry leading company who lead the ISO assessing market. They ensure companies achieve compliance with ISO policies, ensuring businesses protect their data in the right way. You will be working independently on-site (if not on-site, working from home) and reporting to the Client Service Delivery Manager. Key Responsibilities: Perform system management assessments in accordance with ISO 27001 Establish and develop effective partnerships with stakeholders Recommend the issue, non-issue or withdrawal of ISO 27001 accreditation Conduct presentations to senior board members Key Skills: IT background with current Information Security exposure Knowledge of ISO 27001, preferably from an implementation or audit perspective Passion for good customer service ISO 27001 Lead Auditor, ISO 27001 Lead Implementer, CISSP, CISA beneficial
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