Cyber-Security Enterprise Architect

  • Job Reference: HQ00009187
  • Date Posted: 25 August 2017
  • Recruiter: E-Resourcing
  • Location: Brussels
  • Salary: £1.00 to £1,000
  • Sector: IT (general)
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Cyber Security Enterprise Architect (Strategy, Infrastructure, Application, Security)
Role:
Responsibilities and main tasks:
Perform BPML review, business, application, data, network, and infrastructure architecture, accommodate with defined security architecture models
Develop architecture models and elaborate on guidelines, argumentation, rationales, requirements, technical standards
Suggest tactical approaches, propose priorities, identify, report, suggest mitigations on IT risks
Elaborate high level migration project plans including macro budgets and reporting
Engage in workshops with stakeholders, communicate with technical teams and follow up execution of the migration process of IT transformation
Ensure that stakeholder input is aggregated and validated in consistent deliverables
Consolidate and integrate in overall program perspectives.
Certification:
Some certifications and background knowledge relevant to the role would be appreciated, e.g.,
Security and risk: CISSP, CISM, CRISC, GIAC, ISO31000, ISO 27000 series of standards of ISO JTC1 SC27, COBIT
Architecture: TOGAF, Zachman model
Program management: PMI or PRINCE2 or AGILE, ITIL/ISO20000.
Languages:
English: Fluent (mandatory)
French: Basis
Dutch: Basis
Profile:
IT Engineering background with security engineering knowledge of, e.g., Windows, UNIX, Linux, VMWARE, DBMS, SAN systems, IDS/IPS, network proxies, NAC, crypto technologies, and understanding of cloud and SDN challenges.
Experience in Enterprise architecture, BPML, business, application, data, technical and network architecture, analytical skills, ability to break-down complex issues into their component architecture, use case, ; strong deductive reasoning;
Understanding of information security threats, concepts, risk management and governance management
Support and coordinate framework key elements toward security governance, test plan definition, identification of KPIs and KRIs.
Skilled in management consulting (10+ years)
Solid analytical skills; ability to break-down complex issues into their key components; strong deductive reasoning; persuade on conclusions from evidences, priorities, and risk assumptions.
Familiar with financial services industry
Ability to work in team and in autonomy
Good communication and persuasive skills
Flexible to travel up to 50% of time across Belgium, France, UK