Job title – Cyber Incident Response and Threat Intelligence Manager
Salary £34000/ annum
Full-time (37.5 hours per week) fixed term to 31 March 2022 with a view of extension.
Reporting to Head of Ethical Hacking
Based between our office in the Oracle Campus in Linlithgow with some business travel you will be responsible for answering calls and queries into the SBRC Cyber Incident Response Hotline. When receiving calls you will triage incidents, provide advice and guidance, and help victims of cyber incidents begin their recovery. You will also be responsible for developing advice, guidance, templates and presentations on Incident Response, demonstrating best practices and industry standards for cyber security. You will also be responsible for identifying the latest threats that could affect Scottish organisations, and produce up-to-date advice on the best mitigations for these threats.
You will also work with the wider SBRC cyber team, including our team of Ethical Hacking students from Abertay University, to deliver and manage the Centre’s growing cyber division and provide a range of comprehensive cyber security advice and services to business, including corporate footprints, internal and remote testing, tabletop exercises and cyber awareness training.
You will have a degree in cyber security or a similar field, with a background in working in a cyber security role. You will demonstrate good stakeholder engagement skills and client relation management. You will be an effective communicator and patient individual who can work with anyone, regardless of technical ability to resolve incidents.
- Manage and co-ordinate the Cyber Incident Response and Threat Intelligence Project and undertake Cyber Incident Response duties
- Act as point of call for the Incident Response helpline and online chat function
- Lead the SBRC threat intelligence programme
- Work with placement students to gain insight to the program
- Ensure relevant reporting and documentation is complete
- Ensure relevant data is captured on CRM system
- Organise and chair project meetings, as and when required
- Assist the Head of Ethical Hacking and/or our associates in delivering webinars from the Oracle building
- Report writing and presentation of findings and recommendations
- Continual development of technical competencies and maintenance of professional qualifications
- Occasional evening and weekend work and travel within Scotland
- Assist with new projects/programmes taken up by SBRC as and when required
- Any other duties commensurate with position held.
Please submit your CV and cover letter to [email protected]
Closing date 5th of September