• Temporary
  • Darlington (Remote)
  • £56,748 - £61,562 GBP / Year
  • Salary: £56,748 - £61,562
  • 23 month fixed term

Website Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

The Local Digital team sits within the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC). The team supports councils across England to deliver more user-centred, cost-effective local public services through open, collaborative and reusable work. * As part of our work on the Government Cyber Security Strategy’s ‘Defend as One’ pillar, we’re setting up an operational Local Government Cyber Coordination Centre. We’ll share actionable intelligence with, and between, local authorities to enable them to proactively and promptly respond to emerging threats and vulnerabilities. We’re looking for a Cyber Security Risk Manager to join our new team and review IT systems and services within the local sector. You’ll help to identify security issues and make security recommendations in line with industry security best practices and the HMG Security Policy Framework.

Job description

  • Develop information security policies to achieve security outcomes within a defined scope and in line with cross-government policies and the new GovAssure service
  • Be part of assurance, identifying security threats, vulnerabilities and hazards to the department’s systems, services or processes to inform risk assessments and design of security features
  • Support and conduct cyber security risk assessments, cyber security audits and cyber security incident management
  • Provide tailored advice to a range of stakeholders on how to remedy identified risks by proportionately applying security capabilities, using published guidance, standards, and personal expertise

To apply for this job please visit www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk.