Information Security Architect EMEA

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The EMEA Information Security Architect will be responsible for maintaining and Designing a safe and secure operating environment for GPI; co-leading the development of information security strategies, conducting security assessments, and implementing security solutions to assist businesses with the assessment and improvement of GPI’s security infrastructure.

Job functions include but are not limited to the following;

  • Architecture oversight of security operations delivery across multi-supplier service lines, across Global IT
  • Establishes system safeguards by directing disaster preparedness development; conducting preparedness tests
  • Advise senior management by identifying critical security issues; recommending risk-reduction solutions
  • Conduct forensic analysis of corporate assets
  • Manage continuous improvement process of security operations
  • Act as the single point of accountability across Global IT for security
  • Provide the policies and processes across Global IT for Information Security
  • Responsible for security monitoring metrics and trending for actionable patterns
  • Establish and maintain an effective security incident response, notification and escalation process working closely with other leads in the IT Service Management teams
  • Work with the compliance team and vendors to ensure SOX evidence for internal & external audit.

In the context of the Program, the main duties of the EMEA Information Security Architect are;

  • Design/improve/be the guardian of the Global Solution
  • Development and testing
  • Migration and go-live
  • Roll-out strategy and roadmap
  • 8+ years of experience in working across and in a IT Service organization
  • Solid Information Security background, including information and cyber security assessment, risk analysis, privacy, data protection, regulatory frameworks, as well as risk and security architecture and demonstrated experience in leading cyber incident response
  • Strong knowledge of the NIST cyber security framework

Requirements;

  • Master in IT, Engineering, Master in Scientific disciplines.
  • Fluent English mandatory as working language. Any additional European language (French, Spanish, Dutch) a plus
  • 8+ years of experience in working across and in a IT Service organization
  • Solid Information Security background, including information and cyber security assessment, risk analysis, privacy, data protection, regulatory frameworks, as well as risk and security architecture and demonstrated experience in leading cyber incident response
  • Strong knowledge of the NIST cyber security framework
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