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IT SOX Consultant

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A retail business in the South of England Obtain end-to-end understanding of current Identity and Access Management processes for in-scope critical Paysafe systems and produce all relevant documentation; Perform gap analysis, document any discrepancies in the current state, the risks they represent, recommended improvement steps and remediation action plan; Escalate relevant security and process discrepancies to the management; Provide guidance to security resources, business owners, and IT staff responsible for definition of a robust IAM process and remediation of any documented finding; Ensure IAM processes are in line with all compliance requirements (e.g. SOX, PCI-DSS), including sufficient level of documentation and controls; Support the definition and implementation of processes related to on-boarding/transfer/off-boarding, access recertification, access requests and approval workflows, Segregation of Duties (SoD) conflict checks and other security preventive and detective controls required for the in-scope critical Paysafe systems; Define general criteria and guidance to the respective business owners related to the establishment of an SoD matrix; Support the definition of system roles following RBAC model and the principle of least privilege; Essential Business Experience and Technical Skills: Required: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Security or related IT, or Business field required 4+ years of related experience in Identity & Access Management, Information Security or IT Audit role Strong knowledge of relevant regulatory controls and requirements (e.g. SOX, PCI-DSS) Previous experience with SOX programs, financial audits, remediation activities and setup of SOX process and controls frameworks Solid understanding of key Identity & Access Management processes (e.g. joiners/movers/leavers, access request and approval workflows, user access recertification), concepts (e.g. RBAC, SoD) and best practices Knowledge of various technologies and how access is defined in each of them – AD, LDAP, UNIX/Linux, File Systems, Oracle DBs, application-level access, etc. Good understanding of ITSM/ITIL processes Advanced MS Office skills (Excel, Word, Powerpoint) and strong drive towards clear documentation and data analysis Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to articulate requirements to both technical and non-technical audiences (incl. executive leadership, external auditors, engineers) Able to proactively search for solutions from knowledge bases, support documentation and other information sources Strong initiative; self-driven; ability to multi-task

IT Risk Manager

FourthLine are currently recruiting for an IT Risk Manager to join our insurance client based in Kent. The successful candidate will be hired on a permanent basis, salary dependent on experience. Joining the organisation as an IT Risk Manager, you will be the SME for the second line of defence. Some of the main responsibilities of the role are the following: • Support the design and implementation of the businesses Information and Technology Risk Framework. • Act SME for the group on information and technology risks. • Provide second line opinion on whether the wider group has suitably identified and assessed its key IT Risks and put effect mitigation strategies in place. • Support, challenge and improve the firms IT strategic risk management processes. Suitable Candidates for the IT Risk Manager role may have the following backgrounds or have experience in the following areas: • Proven knowledge of overall IT risks faced by FS firms. • Preferably CISM, CISP, CISA qualified, however candidates will be considered without this. • Knowledge of Technology Risk Frameworks (e.g. COBIT, ISF, ISO27000) would be advantageous. • Financial Services Background (Advantageous) If this position appeals to you and you feel you meet the above criteria, then please get in touch with Daniel Bright via email with your CV to arrange a time to talk in more detail at [email protected] Please also feel free to pass on to your network if you know someone who may be open to discussing confidentially

CASS Audit, Assurance & Training Manager

FourthLine are currently recruiting on behalf of a client who is looking for a CASS Audit, Assurance & Training Manager. The role responsibilities include: Work proactively with the external auditor to plan, design, and manage the Firm’s annual CASS Audit. Participate in management of risk-events ensuring that these are properly assessed, investigated, documented and narrated in a manner which is suitable for submission to the FCA in the CASS Audit Opinion Actively plan, design and manage the CASS-control assurance testing; preparing reports of findings or opportunities for improvement to the CF10a. In order to qualify for the role requirements include: Strong knowledge of the CASS rules. Experience of working with CASS audit/assurance. Attention to detail. If you think you are suitable for the role and you’re looking to further your career please apply by providing an updated CV.

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