This role forms part of the Group CISO Cyber Operations function Security Incident Response & Triage (SIRT) Team; working within the wider Global CISO business unit, you will be the point of contact for the global business in remediation of Security incidents. You will support them in ensuring that security incidents are handled efficiently to minimise the impact and reducing the risk to the business. You will be part of a dedicated team that supports Aviva in achieving its business objectives via mitigation of any incidents or risks through the adoption of industry best practice via policy, effective risk management, assurance and training.
The main focus of this role is to;
The role will involve engagement with stakeholders from across all areas of the Aviva business, leveraging technology and initiatives from the global CISO function and its suppliers.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, ability to review large amounts of data; capability to juggle many priorities and security related topics whilst maintaining an excellent level of customer service skills via previous Information Security or Corporate Governance role.
The role will contribute towards the operation of the Information Security function at Aviva via the provision of subject matter expertise across Aviva and subsidiaries; the role will be based from our Bristol office with some travel to other Aviva locations.
The hiring manager for this role is Seth Brunt, who will be happy to discuss the role in more detail.
Duties & Responsibilities
Skills & Experience required
What will I get from this role
Bring to Aviva what makes you different and we’ll support you to do the best work of your life. We encourage applications from everyone who wants to help us achieve our purpose of helping our customers to Defy Uncertainty.
One of Aviva’s core values is Care More, and this is brought to life through the flexible ways we like to work. This may include working from home some of the time, or flexible work schedules to accommodate parent and carer responsibilities, further studies and hobbies.