Senior Manager, Cyber Risk, Risk Advisory
Deloitte
London, GB
3d ago

Cyber Risk & Security. Everybody’s talking about it. Every major corporation is concerned by it. The Government is investing £1.

9 billion in tackling it. We’re shaping strategies and transforming technology to minimise it and we need you to join us.

You’ll build strong relationships within a Cyber practice with some 300 FTE extremely talented individuals. Our team brings together people who graduated in everything from Philosophy to Law, Maths and Computer Science.

Join them and you will operate at the cutting edge, enjoying the kind of professional development that will set your potential free.

We encourage consideration of flexible ways of working, both formal and informal arrangements that allow for the best outcomes for our people and our clients.

If this opportunity is of interest to you with some flexibility, please do discuss with us. Your role We are looking for market facing experienced security professionals, with substantial experience and the ability to deliver complex projects and identify, generate and deliver sales opportunities and develop and maintain client relationships at a senior level.

Successful candidates will have a broad range of expertise across information security and be able to articulate, sell and deliver different Deloitte Cyber Security propositions to our target markets.

At the senior manager level, successful candidates will be required to own a portfolio of clients within their sector to either maintain and expand existing relationships, or work with the firm’s networks to open up new relationships and identify opportunities.

Responsibilities will be primarily on this market-building aspect, but the successful candidate will also be responsible for the high quality delivery of security engagements, typically leading junior resources as part of a wider fieldwork team.

As part of Deloitte’s Cyber Security practice you will assist clients in one or more specific sub-sectors based in the relevant region, which covers Consumer Business, Technology, Media and Telecommunications, Energy and Resources, Manufacturing, Business and Professional Services and Healthcare Life Sciences.

  • Defining a security strategy and target operating model for an information security function
  • Conducting security risk, capability and / or maturity assessments
  • Defining, mobilising and managing security enhancement projects and programmes
  • Designing and implementing specific information security solutions covering people, process and technology
  • Managing the client relationship for the delivery of penetration testing of IT infrastructure and applications, which would be executed by a technical supporting team
  • Response to a cyber-attack involving both crisis management and investigations
  • Advising on Privacy and Data Protection matters
  • Having a broader perspective of potential issues encountered when managing diverse teams and the strategies to overcome them;
  • have a clear understanding of the firm’s commitment to creating a more inclusive culture

    Our national practice team has grown very rapidly over the past few years, and continues to do so, we are now further develop our capability in the regions.

    The team combines a wealth of deep industry knowledge with both business advisory experience and technical expertise. Our national practice has specialists covering security topics such as cyber threat management, online fraud prevention, information protection, data privacy, and identity and access management.

    Successful applicants will need to be sufficiently comfortable on these topics to be able to discuss them with our regional clients as an entry to the practices broader capability.

    Your work, your choice At Deloitte we believe the best impact is the value we add, not the hours we sit at our desk. We carefully consider agile ways of working, both formal and informal, that allow for the best impact for our people and our clients.

    Please speak to your recruiter about the working pattern that works best for you.Location Birmingham or Manchester with occasional domestic and international travel.

    This is a permanent full time opportunity.

    Your professional experience

  • Significant Cyber Security experience within corporate organisations.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a track record of developing strong client relationships
  • Delivery of client engagements, typically leading the fieldwork delivery using a team of resources and planning and staffing projects for clients based on complex deliverables and programmes of work
  • Taking responsibility for budgets, and client deliverables
  • Evidence of working with leadership teams to identify, generate, develop and execute sales opportunities
  • Development of sales pipelines and new propositions and services
  • Broad range of security experience, e.g. cyber strategy, security target operating models, security transformation programmes, security change initiatives, security technologies (such as information protection, firewall rule set review, network segregation etc), privacy, security standards such as ISF, ISO, SANS etc.
  • Experience of developing bids / tender documentation
  • Managing key client stakeholders' relationships (middle management and CxO level).
  • Strong technical abilities, combined with business acumen
  • Preferably internal or external consultancy experience
  • Strong academics, including a minimum of 2.1 degree or equivalent experience
  • Qualification such as M.Inst.ISP, CISSP, CISM, CCNP, CIPP / E preferred
  • Holds (or is able to hold) at least BPSS national security clearance
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