IT - Project Management
Sep 21, 2021
Our client… located in Etobicoke, is a one of Canada's leading 3rd Party Logistics Organizations.
What’s in it for you?
The opportunity to join a reputable organization, collaborating with some of Toronto's top talent and working with the latest technological solutions.
Our client is looking for a Senior Manager, Cyber Security to join their team in a full-time capacity. You will...
- You will oversee and engage in 24/7 support for security monitoring of all IT operations and infrastructure.
- Collaborate with internal teams and Risk Management to interpret, understand, and communicate real business risks in relation to technological risks.
- In conjunction with SCI senior management, guide, implement, and optimize the Cybersecurity posture of the organization.
- Interaction with law enforcement agencies, Governmental departments, corporate security, related company and industry peers.
- Responsibility for IT Enterprise Risk Management, Compliance and internal/external audit response and adherence
- Contributor to the IT DR and BCP posture, planning and testing.
- Performing security assessments for the integration of new technologies to ensure that our posture position is maintained.
- Deployment and management of a vendor/partner assessment program to evaluate related risk.
- 5+ years of work experience delivering and managing cyber security (operations, security engineering, application security, IAM, MFA, ITSM, DLP, IPS, technical writing, information risks, and international work environments).
- 5+ years of work experience managing cyber security operations and/or security engineering.
- General knowledge of project management methodologies (Agile, Waterfall)
- Knowledge of standards, regulations, and laws governing information security (NIST, CIS, COBIT5, ITIL, ISO 27001)
- Experience in management, motivation and execution in a matrix environment of indirect, remote, and outsourced resources
- Experience developing and executing cyber event playbooks / run books
- Experience in performance measurement of cybersecurity programs