Cyber Security Manager
Job code: 107
Job posted on: Fri, 2018-11-09 17:09
Contract type: Permanent
Start Date: tbd
The person will operate in our office in Transinne and collaborate on a daily basis with the GSOp project team in the frame of the Galileo Service Operator contract. We are looking for a dedicated and meticulous cybersecurity specialist to join our growing team. In the role you will operate independently and as part of a team to ensure GSOp remote sites software, hardware, and related components are protected from cyber attacks. The job description will include developing security systems, analyzing current systems for vulnerabilities, and handling any and all cyber attacks in an efficient and effective manner. Candidates should have strong IT skills and a deep understanding of cyber hacker methodology. The GSOp CSM will also keep in touch with the Galileo Remote Sites to develop the cyber security knowledge and to ensure the correct addressing of the cyber security procedures and policies. The CSM will also be key person in the cyber awareness program which includes courses on all the remote sites.
The CyberSecurity Manager is expected to implement the following tasks:
Monitor all operations and infrastructure . This could be something you do by yourself, or you could be leading a team—either way, your daily bread and butter involves going through alerts and logs (which are the computer security equivalent of video surveillance) in order to keep an eye on your organization’s digital security footprint.
Maintain all security tools and techn ology. This could be a shared responsibility or completely required of the security manager and their team.
Monitor internal and external policy compliance. You want to ensure that both your vendors and employees are working within the framework of a policy you’ve laid out and that the policy is clearly laid out for them. The security manager is the living embodiment of policy—and while they aren’t always in charge of enforcement, they do often try to make sure things are in line internally.
Monitor regulation compliance . This is particularly important if you’re in a heavily regulated industry and are dealing with things like credit card, health care data, or other personally identifiable information.
Work with different departments in the organization to reduce risk . From technical controls to policies (and everything in between), you’ll likely be tasked with working across the aisle of departments in your organization to get everyone on the same page.
Implement new technology . If your organization is looking at a new technology, as the cybersecurity manager, you will be evaluating it and helping implement any controls that might mitigate the risk of its operation.
Audit policies and controls continuously . Cybersecurity is a circular process—and as the manager, you have to drive that process forward. In order to do that, you will need to regularly audit the policies and controls you put into place. These audits will tell you if there’s anything you need to improve, remediate, or quickly fix.
Ensure cybersecurity stays on the organizational radar . Does it seem as though the organization you’re with isn’t being proactive about cybersecurity? As the cybersecurity manager, your job is to make the benefits clearly visible and champion all efforts going forward.
Detail out the security incident response program . Every organization should have a well-defined and documented plan of action to put into place if a security incident does occur. The cybersecurity manager should ensure that this program is tested throughout the organization and that every high-level manager knows his or her duties during such an incident. This may be a responsibility that is the cybersecurity manager’s alone, or it could be a shared responsibility.…
Education and experience
Bachelor or master degree related to Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent is demanded; Completion of an internship/apprenticeship in cybersecurity a plus IASCA/CISM certification Strong IT skills including knowledge on hardware, software, networks, and data centers Thorough work ethic, attention to detail Skills of perception and QA, ability to identify vulnerabilities and overall issues Critical thinking skills, problem solving aptitude Forensic approach to challenges Ability to think like a hacker and anticipate hacker moves Desire to self-educate on the ever-changing landscape of cyber hacking tactics Experience in professional cybersecurity a plus Good knowledge of the Space Business is a really useful advantage;
English – fluent
Basics of Computer Science Basics of Computer Programming Operating Systems Concepts and Architecture knowledge Good knowledge of Microsoft and Linux operating Systems (system configuration and administration) Network Architecture Design capabilities
Required soft skills
Analytical and critical thinking, good sense of organization of work Quality oriented Perseverance and Inquisitiveness Reactiveness Strong collaboration skills, work as a team member Strong oral and written communication skills Capabilities to convince
Ability to work under pressure, to handle high level of workload
Contact information: Please send your application for this position to Ms. Roxana Sasu at the following e-mail address: email@example.com