Cyber Security, Risk & Compliance Specialist

  • Well-established energy company
  • Permanent, full-time
  • Office based in Perth CBD
  • Private health insurance
  • Gym membership
  • Employee Assistance Program

Our client is a subsidiary of a global energy company that was founded in the 1970s. The group owns significant producing assets including gas and solar energy fields and has participated in all phases of the upstream business from exploration through appraisal, development, production and decommissioning operations. They are currently actively pursuing energy transition and renewable projects throughout Europe and Australia.

About the Role:

The Cyber Security, Risk & Compliance Specialist will be the in-house specialist on all IT and OT cyber security, regulatory and compliance risks. They will deliver a structured approach to the identification and reduction of risk, enabled through an effective accredited information security management system and via the delivery of an annual improvement programme which covers a wide range of complex projects across the whole cyber security agenda.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Managing the delivery of the Australian Cyber Security Compliance Plan and achievement of Security Profile.
  • Identifying, assessing an managing  organisational risk.
  • Managing local Australian IT and cyber security vendors, suppliers and contractors.
  • Developing strategies to continuously improve the organisational awareness and culture relating to cyber threats.
  • Being the subject matter expert on all relevant matters of cyber security and risk.
  • Defining and delivering the annual cyber improvement and audit programme.

About You:

  • Minimum of five years’ experience in cyber security, risk and compliance.
  • Industry certifications such as CISSP/ CCSP/ CISM/ CISA/ CRISC.
  • Relevant tertiary qualification.
  • Strong knowledge of NIST, ISO 27001/2, and other relevant security frameworks.
  • Experience in Information Security and expertise in governance, risk management and compliance.
  • Strong relationship management and effective communication skills.
  • Experience in energy production, oil and gas or utilities would be highly desirable.
  • Must have Australian working rights.

If this sounds like you, we encourage you to apply now through the link below. For more information about the role, please contact Jess on (08) 9322 2900.

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