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Cyber Security Vulnerability Analyst

Employer
Ashurst
Location
Glasgow, Glasgow City
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
30 May 2023

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Vacancy Type
IT, Other specialist roles
Contract Type
Permanent
Experience Level
Officer / Analyst / Engineer / Executive / Coordinator
Role Classification
Other Professional

Job Details

About Ashurst:

Ashurst is a leading progressive global law firm with a rich history spanning more than 200 years. We are proud of our history and are future-focused, having expanded into new technologies through our NewLaw division, Ashurst Advance, and our consulting arm. Our in-depth understanding of our clients and commitment to providing excellent standards of service have seen us become a trusted adviser to local and global corporates, financial institutions and governments in all areas of commercial law. To find out more please visit www.ashurst.com

Department/Role overview:

The Cyber Security team is globally responsible for Ashurst's security posture and security operations. We are looking for a motivated and self driven individual to join our team in Glasgow. You will join a well established global team to help co-ordinate the vulnerability management monitoring, reporting and advisory role and assist remediation teams in their patch management duties by providing guidance and reporting.

Main responsibilities:

  • Operate vulnerability management platform.
  • Ensure data is available for reporting metrics to senior stakeholders.
  • Responsible for stakeholder briefings on new, current and emerging vulnerabilities.
  • Responsible for meeting and reporting on KPI targets.
  • Coach junior team members and foster a strong team culture.
  • Develop strong relationships with stakeholders.
  • Reduce errors in vulnerability scanning and reporting.
  • Responsible for quantifying asset risk.
  • Any other reasonable activities not named which is required by management/leadership.

Risk and Control: Ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with our regulatory requirements and internal policies.

Essential skills and experience:

  • Ability to operate across time zones and jurisdictions.
  • Be a strong verbal and written communicator.
  • Worked within the cyber security/Infosec industry for 3 or more years, with relevant technical expertise.
  • Extensive experience in metric reporting and KPI management.
  • Able to work in high pressure situations and support team members.
  • Understand risk and risk appetite when dealing with security systems and vulnerabilities.
  • Experience in coaching junior team members and facilitating knowledge transfer.

Desired skills & experience

  • Appropriate technical industry certification
  • Experience in vulnerability discovery
  • Application vulnerability assessment

Background checks:

In order to comply with regulatory and client requirements, Ashurst will undertake appropriate vetting of staff. When applicants accept a job offer, Ashurst, alongside a specialist provider, will undertake professional verification and background checks. These checks are only undertaken with consent, and in accordance with our legal and regulatory obligations.

Company

Ashurst is a leading progressive global law firm with a rich history spanning more than 200 years. We are proud of our history and are future-focused, having expanded into new technologies through our NewLaw division, Ashurst Advance, and our consulting arm. Our in-depth understanding of our clients and commitment to providing excellent standards of service have seen us become a trusted adviser to local and global corporates, financial institutions and governments in all areas of commercial law. To find out more please visit  www.ashurst.com

Company info
Telephone
+44 20 7638 1111
Location
London Fruit & Wool Exchange
1 Duval Square
London
E1 6PW
GB

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