Great Benefits package, pension, flexitime, etc
over 1 year ago
You will be working as part of the, stable and established, National Client Protection team in collaboration with the International Client protection team. The team is focusing on the International deployment of DLP across 4 main countries, which means the DLP client protection role will evolve as the project transitions into an international service.
The role is responsible for providing technical assistance and solutions, providing an interface to other technical stakeholders across all UK sites and participating in international workgroups. Tasks & accountabilities - Maintaining DLP infrastructure using McAfee DLP.
This includes Data in Motion, Data in Use and Data in rest modules. - Working with Data Classification software (Titus) to Identify and protect sensitive information. - Maintaining McAfee ePO infrastructure over multiple environments mainly using ENS and DLP. - Maintain desktop client security with software applications such as BeCrypt, Bromium, McAfee and Bitlocker. - Work with project teams to transition project work into production. - Close collaboration with market leading vendors offering support when required. - Provide guidance to operational teams (Service Desk and Desktop Services Teams).
This job requires an awareness of any potential compliance risks and a commitment to act with integrity, as the foundation for the Company's success, reputation and sustainable growth. Required skills - Background in Data Loss Prevention ideally using McAfee technologies. - Understanding of proxy and email routing technologies. - Experience with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator EPO. - Knowledge of drive encryption, Titus email tagging (non-essential) and Checkpoint device control. - Windows 7 / 10 desktop environments.
This role comes with once a month travel within the UK. Many of our staff work flexibly in many different ways, including part-time.
The successful candidate will need to be eligible to gain UK SC Security Clearance to undertake the role.