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Senior Cyber Security Manager
Senior Cyber Security Manager
£53,000 - £62,000
A health organisation in Norfolk are seeking a Senior Cyber Security manager. The suitable Cyber Security manager will have a good balance between representing the Cyber Security team to senior stakeholders, as well as possessing the technical ability to support Cyber security Specialists.
The purpose of the Cyber Security role is to ensure that the technology, infrastructure, systems and supporting processes, collectively provide appropriate and cost-effective protection against cyber threats and all identified security risks for the benefit of the organisation and wider regional / national bodies.
The Senior Cyber Security Manager will provide expert advice on, and management of, the organisation defence against cyber threats and against breach of Digital security protections. Provide guidance on the selection, design, justification, implementation and operation of Digital security strategies, technologies, processes, procedures and standards. Support the development of controls and management approaches to maintain the safety, confidentiality, integrity, availability and security of the Trust's IT infrastructure and systems.
*To act as the designated specialist on Information Security for the Trust to provide an expert
specialist advice service, in accordance with national and local digital security standards and best
*Will have a substantial impact on the operating efficiency of the Trust. Will significantly influence policy formation and implementation.
*To ensure that external suppliers, contracted staff and end users are aware of the Information Security standards and policies in place.
*Has good technical understanding and the aptitude to remain up to date with digital security developments. Possesses an in-depth understanding of the digital security services used by the Trust. Is effective and persuasive in both non-technical language written and oral communication.
*To be a member of the Trust's Information Governance & Security Compliance Forum and provide expertise and support for the information security improvement plans identified through the Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT), audit and Digital health checks. To provide this support by making an expert assessment of current information security and proposing measures to develop technical and managerial measures to improve Information Security.
*Support the regular assessment and accreditation of the Trust against digital security baselines contained within Information Governance, Assurance Frameworks, HSCN Statement of Compliance, ISO27001 and other relevant standards
*Develop action plans to address key risks arising from these assessments, providing supporting evidence and rational to these action plans in order to improve the Trust's cyber security posture and reduce the risks that the Trust faces through digital security issues. This will involve negotiating and coordinating the input of key staff at all levels.
*Develop and implement ad-hoc audit programmes to test system and data security measures, review findings and improve those system and data security measures where any areas of risk are identified.
*To monitor and regularly review access to internet resources for all staff by the effective deployment and use of management reporting via Web management systems, escalating
concerns to the Head / Deputy Head of Digital in the event of an identified breach of policy.
*To monitor Anti-Virus measures to ensure they remain up to date to protect the Trust's network and computers and escalate any issues to the Head / Deputy Head of Digital, should the Trust be put at risk of virus threats.
*Promote the use of IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) (BS15000, ISO20000) best practices across Digital services. This will include the responsibility for owning and developing several ITIL processes.
Please enquire for more information about additional responsibilities
*Qualification in Information / Cyber Security (CISB, CISSP) or equivalent experience.
*Experience in coordinating projects in complex and challenging environments
*Experience of delivering an Information Security service to a large complex organisation using confidential information.
*Prior experience performing security reviews and risk assessments.
*Experience in managing transfers of sensitive data between organisations through use of Data Sharing Agreements (DSA) and/or Memorandums of Understanding (MOU).
*Experience of managing cyber incidents, response and actions.
*Ability to generate statistics/analysis and write reports on Trust security environment. Knowledge of the Information Governance Toolkit (or equivalent standards).
*Ability to explain complex technical or legal issues to a nontechnical audience. Ability to prepare and produce concise yet insightful communications for dissemination to senior stakeholders and a broad range of stakeholders as required
*Experience of creating and giving presentations to a varied group of internal and external stakeholders Experience of managing stakeholder relationships Ability to analyse very complex issues where material is conflicting and drawn from multiple sources
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