One of the world largest re-insurance companies is looking for an experienced DLP to join them, are you interetesed?
As a specialist in Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) and Incident Response (IR), your role involves supporting and overseeing Munich Re Group's efforts to prevent data leaks and respond to cybersecurity incidents. Your responsibilities include:
Maintaining and Enhancing DLP Framework: You'll be in charge of keeping the Data Leakage Prevention framework and guidelines up to date and effective.
Collaborating with the 1st Line of Defense: You'll work closely with the first line of defense teams to implement the DLP framework, rules, and guidelines, especially during incident responses.
Monitoring and Responding to Incidents: You'll be responsible for monitoring and reacting to incidents identified by the DLP systems.
Following Incident Response Procedures: You'll need to understand and follow the incident response process for handling incidents and escalations.
Supervising Data Breach Responses: In the event of a data breach, you'll oversee the response efforts and conduct post-incident evaluations to identify lessons learned.
To be a successful candidate for this role, you should have the following qualifications:
Educational Background: You should have an academic degree with a strong IT security focus or be a specialist with a solid understanding of IT security and data leakage prevention processes and technologies.
Work Experience: You should have a minimum of 4 years of experience in relevant roles within the first or second line of defense.
Expertise: You should possess in-depth knowledge of enterprise IT security topics, particularly incident response and data leakage prevention.
International Experience: Experience working internationally or in intercultural environments is beneficial.
Problem-Solving: You should have the ability to independently research and resolve technical issues.
Professional Integrity: Demonstrated integrity in a professional setting is essential.
Teamwork: Excellent teamwork skills are required.
Language Skills: Proficiency in both German and English is essential.
In summary, your role involves safeguarding the group's data and responding effectively to cybersecurity incidents by maintaining DLP measures, collaborating with the first line of defense, and supervising incident responses. You should have a strong IT security background, relevant work experience, and the ability to work in international settings.
If you are interetesed please reach out to me, Louise Bagge.