The Security Administrator is a multidisciplinary role that provides a supporting function for the systems and processes used across the Security Practice. The Security Administrator will work closely with Information Security Officers and Cyber Security Analysts to engage with the business community to promote the effectiveness of our information security posture and controls and help to deliver and support a quality security program.
* Support customer Security engagements with internal and external customers, ensuring required documents, evidence, and other artefacts are produced, relevant, and delivered.
* Provide 1st line response for customers, both internal and external, in relation to Information Security matters.
* Monitor service queues in relation to requests and work packages assigned to Security team, ensuring that triage is completed and response is managed appropriately.
* Maintain effective communication channels and content (social media feeds, Intranet, etc) to provide situational awareness to the business on security related topics.
* Support the Security function in all aspects of Security operations and management reporting.
* Assist with the day-to day running and monitoring of Information Security Systems and tooling.
* Assist in ongoing investigations and report upon Information Security incidents.
* Support Security Managers in conducting risk assessment for key functions, services and locations and maintain risk register as required.
* Maintain and monitor document repository, ensuring policies, standards, controls and other relevant documentation are reviewed, updated and available.
* Assist in all aspects of Security projects and service improvements as required.
Skills and Experience Required:
* Recognised qualification in relevant information security discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training or work experience in a similar role.
* Develops an excellent understanding of current and emerging Security practices and standards, including ISO27001:2013, CSA, Cyber Essentials, and NIST principles.
* Can demonstrate the main principles of an Incident Management Process and articulates the importance of maintaining accurate records and protecting body of evidence.
* Can identify the threats associated with key assets and provide guidance on response and remediation.
* Knowledge of information risk analysis and security operations.
* Develops a good understanding of the services the organisation provides to its customer base.
* Develops a very good working knowledge of the procedures and tools used within the security practice.
* Demonstrates good communication skills, with a confident style.
* Can articulate in spoken and written English to a high standard.
* Must be a good listener, be sure not to miss the important detail.
* Takes accountability and ownership of issues, being proactive in resolution.
* Carries out duties meticulously and thoroughly.
* Is always client centric, appreciating the expectations of our customers.
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