manager, security & compliance, Montreal

randstad canada
job type
$ 100,000 - $ 130,000 per year
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job details

montreal, québec
job type
$ 100,000 - $ 130,000 per year
reference number
randstad canada
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job description

The Cyber Security team plays a key role in defining, implementing and operating best in class solutions in order to protect the company’s crown jewels including IT infrastructure and applications, edge devices, networks and data in use internally. This dynamic team is responsible for the planning, implementation and management of our cybersecurity strategy that will secure the company’s IT assets in all manners.
The Manager of Cybersecurity, under the supervision of the Director of Security & Compliance, will be responsible to sustain a supportive team-focused environment, which enables staff to develop and maintain sound operational practices.
The candidate will be highly involved to define our cybersecurity strategy, governance, and cyber risk management that leverage industry best practices. This manager will directly and metrically interact with a strong group of Leaders and specialists to help build the capabilities, to react swiftly and to contain cyber threats effectively.

• Work with stakeholders to maintain and improve our security posture, including activities to define the right processes to help to prevent, detecting and reacting to cyber-attacks for all IT and digital assets. This includes activities such as awareness, vulnerability management, monitoring, incident response, reporting and standards, etc.;
• Provide guidance required by staff and users in implementing stable technical solutions;
• Recruit, train, mentor and coach team members in partnership with the Manager of the team, with an end goal of retaining a workforce of the highest quality for both the team and the company;
• Allocate team resources and expertise required by both operational and project-based initiatives;
• Create a positive working environment for the team, which inspires high productivity and cohesive teamwork;
• Demonstrate commitment to performance management and staff development through annual performance reviews, career development and training plans for team members;
• Manage the delivery of effective resolutions when concerns or performance issues arise from within the team, business and support areas;
• Keep abreast with technologies for which this team is responsible for;
• Build and maintain effective relationships with users, peers, and vendors and service providers;
• Lead and participate in projects within and across the IT division following the corporate project management methodology;
• Be available for domestic and international travels.

• A Bachelor's Degree or Diploma in a relevant area of study with a preference for Computer Science or Computer Engineering;
• Relevant professional Security Certification (e.g. CISSP, CISM);
• Minimum of 8 years in Information Security in a manufacturing organization;
• Experience in leading teams and large security programs in large organizations involving the implementation of security technologies including Carbon black, QRadar, Tenable, Cyberark, Symantec and others;
• Strong technical knowledge on IT technology, security technology, security threats and trends;
• Experience in Cloud infrastructure, Network, Operating systems, and secure software development lifecycle is a strong asset;
• Knowledge around identity management, authentication is an asset;
• Knowledge around data analytic platforms, specifically for information security use cases;
• Demonstrated strengths in design, planning, organizing, and delegating;
• Highly adaptable to operate in a rapidly changing environment;
• A high degree of self-awareness and understanding of the impact on people;
• Decision-making confidence;
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills;
• Strong presentation skills, being able to present technical material to various levels of audiences within the organization.

Randstad Professionals Canada
Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.

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