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Cyber Governance, Risk & Compliance – Expression of Interest

Cyber Governance, Risk & Compliance – Expression of Interest

  • 17/5/22
  • Negotiable
  • Remote
  • Cyber Security

Our Cyber GRC (Governance, Risk & Compliance) team is expanding and we are seeking expressions of interest from cyber security professionals to join the Anchoram professional contracting network. A number of contracts are available that require cyber GRC professionals across the board, from a few years’ experience through to seasoned veterans of the industry.

You will be involved in delivering end-to-end contracts for our clients, which could involve a range of varying projects in the GRC space including risk assessments, audits (ISM, ISO 27001, etc), security advice, policy writing, operational technologies, and more as the needs arise.

Desirable traits/skills/qualifications:

  • Industry certifications (IRAP, CISSP, CISM, CISA)
  • Experience in ICT and/or OT environments for critical infrastructure, Defence or government entities
  • Passion for securing critical systems and organisations
  • Security clearance

Responsibilities

  • Provide subject matter expertise across relevant cyber security standards, processes, technologies and strategies ensuring that these concepts can be communicated to clients both verbally and via detailed documentation
  • Gather data regarding customer requirements through detailed interviews with stakeholders ensuring that requirements are accurately captured
  • Develop reports and associated high level documentation analysing customer processes, technologies, strategies and goals
  • Manage client-side relationships ensuring quality, time and cost constraints are met
  • Present findings and analyses to client meetings as part of advisory and delivery functions

Requirements

  • Experience in providing Cyber GRC services for clients
  • Knowledge of cyber security standards and processes including: ISO 27001, ISM, NIST 800-53, etc.
  • Experience in cyber security controls and products across several vendors and technologies
  • Understand security architecture standards, such as SABSA, in the context of providing risk advice to clients
  • A sound knowledge of audits against standards and maturity models

Rewards

  • Access to Anchoram’s panels, corporate memberships, and client relationships
  • Visibility into Anchoram Consulting engagements and opportunity pipeline
  • Options to switch between contracting and consulting modes of engagement
  • Access to firm-sponsored professional and social events
  • Negotiable rates depending on available opportunities
  • Profit-share options available under the Anchoram Opportunity Owner Scheme
  • Flexible location and schedule depending on contract particulars

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