Our client is a global professional services firm with a strong presence in the UK. With a solid cyber security pedigree, the company is often the first responder to some of the most pressing cyber security issues of the day.
Cyber Forensics and Litigation is a rapidly growing vertical. The current practice members are running at a high utilisation rate and they are looking for experienced, commercially savvy candidates who want to join a team on a strong growth path.
Clients of the firm often require time-sensitive assistance, handling threats to organisations that are part of the UK's Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), and that of the CNI of other countries in the EMEA zone. Inter-practice collaboration is vital to ensure that those requests are handled expediently and the team values internal stakeholder management skills highly.
Please note that we can only consider UK-based candidates for this role.
In this capacity you will help design, shape, build and deliver all aspects of this capability. You will be working as a lead member of the firm's EMEA Cyber Security team and will have shared responsibility for both the growth and management of the team: delivery of client assignments and assistance in sales opportunities to help further grow the client base.
You will bring a mix of creativity and proactivity to help the firm define and deliver market-leading propositions. You will be an excellent coach that will help more junior members of the team develop and flourish.
Lead on the delivery of a wide range of cyber security engagements
You will lead triage breach response, analyse data, and understand underlying causes and issues
Act as a key stakeholder in cross-practice teams to help clients deal with and navigate breaches and the different impacts they bring
You will maintain a deep and up-to-date knowledge of industry trends, threats and core technologies in order to absorb client demands and help decide appropriate courses of action
You will be expected to lead in assessments of threats, risks and vulnerabilities
You will be expected to develop existing client relationships and develop new areas for potential business expansion
7+ years in Forensics & Litigation cyber security practice, or equivalent
Strong academic background from a top-rated university
Aptitude in coaching, developing more junior team members
Demonstrable impact and gravitas when working with C-level individuals
Recognised qualification in Information Security at practitioner level, or equivalent experience
Strong business development track record
Strong professional network within the EMEA region
Ability to hold UK Security Clearance
Due to the high volume of applications, if you haven’t heard back from the Rutherford team on this role, unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful. If your profile matches any of our other opportunities, one of our consultants will be in touch.
Rutherford is a boutique search firm located in London. Our consultants are the executive specialists in compliance recruitment, and also in financial crime, legal and cyber security, all within the financial and professional services sectors in the United Kingdom and New York. We use our carefully curated relationships, networks and market knowledge to find the best fit for the clients in hand. We work with a wide range of clients, spanning from advisors, management consultants, corporate and commercial banks, brokers, exchanges, MTFs and financial tech, through to global investment managers, hedge funds, private equity firms, investment banks and technology firms. We began as a compliance recruitment firm in London and expanded to offer new resourcing expertise across legal and cyber recruitment. We have been a leading legal and compliance search agency in London for a decade and are excited about bringing our expanded offering into the technology area.
We are currently looking for regionally-located Cyber Security professionals (Cyber Risk, IDAM, GDPR, Digital Trust, Solutions Architects, Pentesters) from across the United Kingdom who would be interested in working for London firms on an interim WFH basis: Kent, East Sussex, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Surrey or Hampshire.
We are also interested in hearing from candidates in Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford, Winchester and Salisbury.