Security SME – Supplier Assurance Manager

  • Competitive
  • Leeds, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • 21 janv. 19

Security SME – Supplier Assurance Manager

End Date

31 January 2019
Salary Range

£53,064 - £58,960

Job Description Summary

Provide insightful, high quality complex output, advice and guidance executing control and tailored to senior stakeholder needs: EITHER through managing a team; AND/OR operating as a functional specialist

Job Description

  • Reporting to the 3rd Party Supplier Assurance Senior Manager, the job holder will manage on a day to day basis security (information & cyber) risk in the supply chain through all stages of the supplier lifecycle: from supplier selection and on-boarding; ongoing assurance; remediation and end of contract.
  • The key purpose of this role is to support the definition of the cyber security requirements suppliers need to meet, validation of supplier criticality assessments, and develop / deliver assurance processes that protect our data and services entrusted to our suppliers.


KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
  • Validate cyber criticality assessments for new and existing suppliers against evolving cyber threats, and maintain an inventory of suppliers based on their cyber risk profile.
  • Review and update cyber security requirements for inclusion in supplier contracts.
  • Maintain and enhance ongoing security assurance controls and processes and guide their implementation.
  • Ensure scoping for supplier assurance reviews is appropriate and includes relevant controls for onsite testing (including production of 3rd party reports e.g. BitSight).
  • Assess suitability of supplier evidence to support the closure of remediation activity.
  • Monitor the security ratings of critical suppliers on a continuous basis, investigating and initiating remedial actions in response to events and alerts.
  • Provide guidance and interpretation of security findings from monitoring and assurance activities, working with relevant internal teams and suppliers as appropriate to ensure successful and timely completion of agreed actions.
  • Support the continuous improvement of cyber security assurance processes and capabilities
  • Provide SME support to key supplier assurance programmes for example Group Sourcing Programme and GDPR Supplier work stream.
  • Support management of any supplier related cyber incidents through to closure.
  • Support programmes / projects (including Group Transformation) where suppliers are supporting new acquired / outside activities
  • Deputise for 3rd Party Supplier Assurance Senior Manager as and when appropriate.


KEY CAPABILITIES, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Proven experience of managing information / cyber security supplier assurance in large corporate organisations
  • Strong awareness of cyber threats and their mitigations
  • Monitoring compliance with policy and standards, particularly ISO 27001, other external attestations (SOC1, PCI DSS) and NIST Cyber Security Framework
  • Strong risk management practices
  • Good stakeholder management skills
  • Experience of conducting governance and oversight activities
  • Experience of 3rd party supplier E2E assurance processes
  • Experience in 3rd party supplier management and supplier on-boarding processes
  • Experience with security monitoring tools - BitSight, Riskrecon etc.


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