Cybersecurity – Director/Managing Director

 

·       Build cybersecurity process risk and control frameworks for clients that are rationalized against applicable laws and standards.

·       Conduct risk assessment and maturity assessments for clients.

·       Audit control definition and control testing against client’s internal audit framework or against industry standards or laws and regulations.

·       Conduct cybersecurity and data privacy compliance readiness assessments for clients.

·       Guide clients in establishing cybersecurity policies, standards, and procedures.

·       Manage cybersecurity training and awareness services for clients from design to implementation.

·       Advise clients on cybersecurity functions’ metrics and reporting for various level of client audiences, including Audit Committees and Board of Directors.

·       Be the client’s Subject Matter Expert on compliance questions for cybersecurity regulations and industry practices.

·       Provide governance services for clients to oversee their cybersecurity functions and practices, including governance over: policies and procedures, risk management, vulnerability management, incident management, etc.

·       Build risk management practices for clients, including policies, procedures, Risk Register, etc.

·       Assist clients in implementing market GRC tools.

·       Lead Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) for clients, including designing and operationalizing a TPRM framework, reviewing existing and new vendors for client, and provide ongoing monitoring services.

 

Process & Project Management Experience:

 

·       Ability to prioritize and multitask. Flexibility and adaptability in work approach.

·       Ability to manage project plans for client various data privacy engagements, including creating tasks, timeline, and budgets.

·       Ability to report to leadership and clients on status updates periodically, including progress and challenges.

 

Business Development Experience:

 

·       Ability to introduce new clients to CFGI through your own professional network.

·       Experience in delivering pitches and building winning proposals.

·       Ability to up/cross-sell on existing accounts by partnering with various practice line leaders across the Firm.

 

Soft Skills:

 

·       Strong interpersonal and communication skills; experience with cross-cultural communications.

·       Calmness and clarity of thought under pressure and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

·       Train other staff and external clients, as necessary.

·       Agile and flexible, capable of dealing with ambiguity, and ability to confront challenges and opportunities with speed, endurance, and decisiveness.

·       Manage a team of consultants and managers on various projects.

 

Technical Qualifications and Certifications:

 

·       Bachelor’s degree in business, computer science, information systems, engineering, or a related discipline.

·       Strong knowledge in national and global industry practices and regulations in cybersecurity and data privacy, including NIST CSF, CIS, PCI DSS, HIPAA, ISO27001, CMMC, FedRAMP, SOX, GDPR, CCPA, etc.

·       Industry certifications preferred, but not required: CISSP, CISM, etc.

·       Needs strong understanding/experience of the UK regulatory compliance landscape in cybersecurity / data privacy space and its impact on businesses.