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Cyber Security Analyst

£16.52 Per Hour
Job Type
6 Sep 2022
We are looking for a temporary Cyber Security Analyst to support our client's Cyber Security Team within the Digital Department. This is a full time post and will be based in the office 2 days and 3 days at home (subject to review in September 2022 when it may revert to 3 days in the office and 2 days at home). Part time and flexible applications would be considered. The current tenure of the assignment is for 3 - 12 months whilst they recruit to a permanent position. However, if this is unsuccessful, the assignment could be extended. The post holder will be expected to: Maintain knowledge of current and emerging cyber security threats. Monitor changes in cyber security threats and appropriately respond to changes in threat profile. Monitor cyber security services, systems and related infrastructure for signs of compromise. Ensure that ICT assets and resources are protected from malicious software (i.e. malware) and other emerging threats. Report on the patch status of ICT assets to ensure they are appropriately patched. Identify and address any potential and actual vulnerabilities in applications, infrastructure, services, software and systems. Continually assess options for the on-going and continuous improvement of cyber security throughout HEIW. Review cyber security risks associated with all infrastructure components, supporting systems and services as related to users, processes and technology. Assist the Cyber Security Team Lead and Head of Cyber Security & Information Assurance in ensuring compliance with the requirements set out in the Network and Information Systems Regulations. Assist in the completion of cyber security assessments. Conduct appropriate research to identify and evaluate cyber security capabilities and technologies as directed by the Cyber Security Team Lead, Head of Cyber Security & Information Assurance and Director of Digital. Provide relevant cyber security advice, guidance and support to all HEIW stakeholders. Develop cyber security standards, procedures, processes and guidelines based upon best practice, advice and guidance from professional bodies as well as theoretical knowledge. Ensure effective disaster recovery plans and evidence of testing are in place for services provided. Ensure effective business continuity plans are in place and tested for critical services. Comply with relevant legislation in relation to the Data Protection Act 2018, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Governance, Caldicott principles, and confidentiality, Human Rights Act, Freedom of Information Act etc.If this is the opportunity for you APPLY NOW
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  • Job Reference: 705460130-2
  • Date Posted: 6 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Brook Street
    Brook Street
  • Location: Cardiff
  • Salary: £16.52 Per Hour
  • Sector: I.T. & Communications
  • Job Type: Temporary