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Main purpose of the role & responsibilities in the business :
As a Graduate Cyber Risk Assessor at Kainos, you will assist in the identification, assessment and management of cyber risk.
You will perform cyber risk assessments across a range of technologies and document identified cyber risks.
You will also have the opportunity to help develop the risk assessment process and support the Kainos Risk Management Strategy to help manage cybersecurity risk.
Minimum (essential) requirements :
Completed or are currently studying a relevant third level IT qualification
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to tailor content for audiences of various technical and business knowledge.
Senior Stakeholders, Developers, Security personnel)
Knowledge of cyber risk assessment processes and methodology
Ability to identify, assess and document security concerns in services and processes that could put Kainos customers or employee data at risk.
Knowledge of Cyber Security Frameworks (NIST, COBIT, ISO etc)
Knowledge of data and cybersecurity regulations and standards. (ISO, SoC, GDPR)
Awareness of cyber security controls and best practice.
Cyber security certification. (MSc Cyber Security, CISSP, Security+, GIAC, etc).
WHO YOU ARE :
honest when dealing with others; respectful of how you treat others; creative to find solutions to complex problems and cooperative by sharing information, knowledge and experience.
These values, applied collectively, help to produce an outstanding Kainos person, team and culture.
We're an inclusive bunch at Kainos and we believe in equal opportunity. We welcome applications from all walks of life, including those with criminal records.
Everyone who is offered a position here undergoes a basic background check , however no one is treated differently due to their background where it isn't relevant to the role.
It's important to note - failure to reveal information which is relevant to the position sought, could result in us having to withdraw the conditional offer of employment.
In short : Having a criminal record will not exclude you from a career with Kainos. This depends entirely on the nature and requirements of the position, together with the circumstances and background of offences.
Kainos has a policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders (available on request).