Auckland or Wellington / Consulting Cyber Security / Permanent Full-TimeKPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms.
Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow.
We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities.
The Cyber Security Services team within our Consulting practice operates in an exciting and constantly changing environment and our specialist teams offer a broad range of services to support our clients by helping manage and respond to constantly evolving cyber threats.
The opportunity :
We have opportunities available at Senior Manager / Associate Director level in our Cyber Security team, where you'll have responsibility for the successful delivery of engagements and management of staff and client relationships.
You'll also contribute to the growth of the business through identification of new business opportunities.
To be successful in this role, you'll have a broad background in cyber security including technical and non-technical skills in areas such as : security operations, security architecture, including cloud security architecture, security risk management, cyber incident response, certification and accreditation, security governance and management.
We are looking for candidates with experience protecting industrial control systems (ICS) in critical infrastructure and key resource sectors such as electric power, oil & gas, water, chemical, and critical manufacturing.
Day to day you will :
Plan, manage and deliver cyber security advisory and assurance engagements across a broad range of domains to help clients manage the evolving cyber security threat landscape.
Successfully engage with a variety of internal and external stakeholders and an ability to bring people together, develop meaningful relationships, integrate services and work collaboratively with a team of experts across the wider consulting teams.
Apply your excellent client service mind-set, business development skills will allow you to add value and build long term relationships with clients, identifying opportunities and pursuing them, developing thought leadership, leading client proposals and developing team capabilities.
Build the reputation of KPMG through the quality of your work, expertise and judgement as well as innovative approaches.
Be comfortable with working at pace with a high attention to detail across multiple projects at once.
What you'll bring to our team :
6+ years’ relevant cyber security advisory and assurance experience in a consulting role.
Broad practical experience in helping organisations manage their cyber security risks in areas such as security architecture, security risk management, security governance, security strategy, security incident management, and vulnerability management.
A relevant tertiary qualification and professional qualifications e.g. CISSP, SABSA Chartered Security Architect, CISM.
Experience managing a broad range of people (at different levels), from across service lines both inside and outside of your area of technical expertise.
You demonstrate commercial awareness and the ability to identify and seize opportunities to enhance revenue.
Excellent written and verbal communication, with an ability to communicate to both technical and non-technical audiences.
Driven and enthusiastic with a 'can-do' attitude and a strong sense of ownership to get the job done in a practical and pragmatic fashion.
An ability to stand back and take a holistic view and articulate a future vision; and the skills needed to execute it.
The ideal candidate will possess an understanding of ICS fundamentals including but not limited to :
Distributed control system (DCS) and supervisory control & data acquisition (SCADA) architecture and the role of common system components;
Understanding of ICS design considerations with emphasis on human safety and the availability / security of operating environment;
Knowledge of IT and OT security best practices and understanding of the differences;
Understanding of protocols common in ICS environments;
Preparation, review, and maintenance of documents, policies, and standards governing the security operations for ICS equipment and networks.
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