Cyber Security & Risk Dublin
Enterprise Security Architect
Reporting to the Head of Information Security, the Enterprise Security Architect will play an integral role in defining and assessing security strategy, architecture and practices. This role has responsibility for developing practical and versatile security requirements, security architecture blueprints and processes, and ensuring that new and existing services are securely implemented through the selection and use of appropriate controls and supporting processes. This is a new role on the Information Security team and the successful candidate will have the opportunity to lead and shape security standards and practices.
The principal responsibilities associated with the role include, but are not limited to:
Knowledge & Experience
The successful candidate will ideally have 10 years’ experience in Information Security with at least 3 years in Security Architecture. You will have a significant knowledge of major cybersecurity architecture concepts, technologies, and standard methods, and willingness to dive into new areas. Deep expertise with several of the following cybersecurity areas are key; network security, application security, API security, container security, cloud infrastructure configuration, identity and access control, modern authentication and authorization protocols, endpoint security, mobile security, Microsoft workplace and Office365 Security and Zero Trust principles. A relevant professional certification such as CISSP, ISSAP, CCSP, SANS GIAC or similar is beneficial and a relevant third level qualification is advantageous. A background working in Financial Services and familiarity in the implementation of security standards in regulated environments will also be considered an advantage.
You will have a strong understanding and application of Cloud Security, Architecture, Secure SDLC, Governance and Compliance controls and processes and experience in using architecture methodologies such as SABSA, Zachman and TOGAF. You will have an excellent understanding of frameworks and standards such as NIST, CIS, PCI-DSS, ISO27001:2013, PSD2 as well as good knowledge of the Mitre [email protected] framework and protection strategies, advising on implementation of detection and prevention controls where possible. A proven knowledge of systems implementation and management, including configuration of access controls, security settings, patching and change management is beneficial. You have strong problem solving and analytical skills with the ability to effectively influence and communicate.
The following competencies are essential to the delivery of results and/or to superior performance in this role:
This is an amazing opportunity working alongside a great leadership team and being a pivotal part in driving the Cyber practice forward, if this is a role you are interested in, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me for a confidential discussion. Jon Browne 01 485 49 67
Sponsorship is not available for this role, only applicants with full working rights in Ireland will be accepted.