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Cyber Security Identity Lead (PCIDSS, Azure AD, IAM, PAM)

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    £500 - £600 per day + via an FCSA accredited Umbrella Company

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    Charlie Wood

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  • Published:

    4 months ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

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Cyber Security Identity Lead (PCIDSS, Azure AD, IAM, PAM) needed urgently for our Glasgow based client, though the role can be predominantly remote. The right candidate must have a demonstrable background in Cyber Security, including good knowledge of Cyber Security frameworks (including PCIDSS, GDPR & Cyber Essentials +) along with expert knowledge of SAML 2.0, SSO, Cloud-native authentication mechanisms, MS O365 and the ability to carry out IAM security risk assessments.

This role will ensure the Identity aspects of our end- clients Cyber Security Strategy are implemented across the business, integrating best practices within all working practices and enabling Cyber Security to become a business differentiator across all digital channels.

Required experience and skills:

- Knowledge of or exposure to Cyber Security frameworks, including PCIDSS, GDPR, Cyber Essentials +
- Deep understanding of Cloud-native authentication mechanisms (including Azure AD)
- Expert knowledge of SAML 2.0, SSO, 2FA/MFA, Kerberos and LDAP
- Expert knowledge Identity Lifecycle Management
- In-depth knowledge of Windows server operating systems
- Experience with deployment/implementation/of MS O365 tools
- Strong experience of access governance, identity administration and provisioning
- Strong knowledge of implementing federated access management including the cloud
- The ability to carry out IAM security risk assessments and construct a remediation plan
- Analyse integration requirements for IAM products, designs - leading implementation the integration
- Knowledge of external and Internal PKI solutions
- Demonstrable experience in an Identity and Access Management technology role
- Maintains root cause analysis skills for investigation of incidents impacting technology availability
- Reviews capacity utilisation for trends and raises awareness across teams to address areas of excess and shortages

In addition, candidates must have strong communication skills, combined with a friendly and professional approach.

Whilst the role is predominantly remote, there may be a need to travel to Glasgow for onsite work once a month and candidates are required to engage via an FCSA accredited Umbrella Company.

If interested, Apply Immediately!