Cyber Security Manager

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Cyber Security Manager
Employment Type: Permanent
Location: London, United Kingdom
Working Environment: Hybrid, part office based (3 days) on site at client offices/ part home based.
Pay Type: Competitive Salary + Benefits

Cyber Security Manager role, London based, Competitive market salary + benefits, globally leading utility-backed energy trading company.
Commodities or Financial Services experience, strong cyber security experience.

Our Client
Hays are delighted to be working with one of the world’s leading energy trading specialists, holding a global presence across all major production and consumption regions, with a platform to trade across all key markets (North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia).

Our client operates one of the largest seaborne energy portfolios in the world which gives them a specialised understanding of the way local, regional and international energy markets behave. These insights enable our client help customers increase security of supply, optimise their portfolios, and improve the risk management of their assets.

The commercial hub of the company is in Singapore, with offices located in Japan (Tokyo), the UK (London) and the US (Baltimore).

Your new role
Hays are recruiting for a Cyber Security Manager, to build and manage the cyber security function with blend of in-house skills and managed partner ecosystem towards managing the level of acceptable cyber risk exposure for our client. Minimise the impact of security incidents by maintaining an effective response capability, collaborate and ensure alignment across all company entities, support and enable secure business and IT-led change and lead the security teams across all client office locations.

Key responsibilities for the role will span over the following,
Risk Management
Incident Response
Team Management
Programme Management
Security Operations

What you’ll need to succeed
As a successful candidate you will demonstrate a strong grasp and experience in applying cloud security principles and risk assessment methodologies in cloud native, borderless and zero-trust architectures. Experience in evaluating, onboarding and managing 3rd party partner capabilities, complemented with inhouse skills in building an effective and right-sourced information security framework.

Domain expertise of cloud infrastructure compute, network and storage as well as the cloud control plane. Experience of working within a DevOps environment including agile, CI/CD, and embedding security within the software development lifecycle.

Experience developing security management tools on, or hardening of cloud platforms (preferably Azure) and have familiarity with cloud security solutions/tools.

Technical requirements which are necessary include having considerable experience in the application security controls to mitigate specific risks or issues based on best practice control frameworks including Mitre ATT&CK, ISO 27001, CIS or NIST and how to apply in the context of cyber defence.

Proven professional experience with operational security of server and network operating systems/technologies (Azure Active Directory, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Exchange Online, Mimecast, Microsoft Intune, Microsoft Azure, Cisco Meraki, SD-WAN/SASE, IP and Application Firewalls, IDS, Digital Certificates, and Azure SQL database security, DLP, Log Management/SIEM)

CCSP, CISSP or CISM Certification would be preferable.

What you will get in return
Competitive annual salary.
Comprehensive group term life, personal accident and medical coverage for staff and immediate dependants.
Hybrid working.
Professional Development Learning Programmes.

What you need to do now
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