|Location: East Grinstead, West Sussex||Salary: £400 - £450 per day|
|Sector: IT & Telecoms||Specialism:|
|Type: Contract||Contact: Nick Donovan|
Information Security Analyst - GDPR
Information Security Analyst - GDPR needed for a Travel organisation based in East Grinstead who are looking to employ an experienced Information Security Analyst - GDPR who will be responsible for developing and implementing the company's policies, processes, procedures and standards in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ISO 27001, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and general security best practice.
The successful Information Security Analyst - GDPR will want to work for this client not just because it's a great opportunity but also because they will give you a wealth of benefits including:
- Rate: £400 - £450 per day
- 9 months minimum duration
What the role entails:
Some of the main duties of the Information Security Analyst - GDPR will include:
- The role holder will be a member of the GDPR project team but they will also support the Data Security Compliance Manager with general data protection and data security activities.
- Demonstrable experience is essential, as is knowledge and understanding of GDPR. The successful candidate will need to have excellent facilitation, influencing and negotiation skills in order to gain consensus and engagement.
- This position will provide assurance to the company's Data Security Protection Group (DSPG) of robust governance practices.
- Develop, refresh and implement policies, processes, procedures and standards which may include but is not limited to; Acceptable Use, Right to Erasure, Right to Rectification, Right to Data Portability, Right to Object, CCTV and Building Access Security
- Review, refresh and embed the company's data classification scheme, taking in to consideration GDPR requirements
- Implement new Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) processes in line with GDPR, ensuring relevant business areas are familiar with their responsibilities
What you need to be the successful Information Security Analyst - GDPR:
- Minimum of three years' experience in an information security role or team
- Experience of policy development and information governance
- Strong understanding and knowledge of data protection regulation and legislation, including the upcoming GDPR and other privacy based legislation
- Certification(s) such as BCS's ISMP, (ISC)²'s CISSP, ISACA's CISM or CISA
- Good knowledge of information security best practice, e.g. ISO 27001, COBIT
- Familiarity with PCI DSS requirements
- Experience of project management and business analysis preferable but not essential
- Exceptional stakeholder management skills
- Awareness of risk and privacy assessment techniques and their application
This really is a fantastic opportunity for a Information Security Analyst - GDPR enhance their data security experience. If you are interested please apply as soon aspossible as this position will be filled quickly so don't miss out!
Information Security Analyst - GDPR
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