- The cyber security advisor’s role is to help guide business project, programmed and continuous improvement initiatives in relation to cyber security to ensure that cyber risk is understood and managed.
Partner with key business areas and help the easyJet business area make appropriate risk-based decisions in relation to cyber security while cognisant of the business benefit achieved by the initiative.
Provide technical advice in relation to cyber security and associated regulation, identifying the risk profile of the activity, the mandatory control framework for the activity and identify how the initiative could affect the main events.
- Ensuring that the team is engaged with all projects by appropriate building partnerships across easyJet.
- Develop innovative business or technical solutions to manage risk.
- Identify where new standards are required, work with the team to draft them
- Identify cyber-related risks within initiatives, ensure that the business understands these risks and make formal, graded recommendations to manage risk.
- Develop project centric view of key bow-tie risk models.
- Identify legal-related risks in outline and engage appropriate colleagues in the legal department (DPO, commercial lawyers).
- Identify appropriate internal and external standards, explain how these standards affect the business and ensure that non-adherence to standards is managed via formal processes.
Qualification & Experience:
- CRISC or similar (eg Institute of Risk Management)
- CISSP or similar
- Cyber security MSc
- This role operates at SFIA levels 5 (senior) and 4.
- Previous work as a consultant across multiple organizations or lines of business
- At least 6 years’ experience in cyber security in a role that has required strong social and technical skills working with multiple programs and partners at once.
- Candidates must have the essential skills identified.
- Strong candidates will demonstrate the desirable skills.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Cardiff, Wales, UK
Application Deadline: N/A