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Posted on: 03 November 2022
We're Norton Rose Fulbright - a global law firm with over 50 offices and 7,000 employees worldwide.
Our London or Newcastle office is currently recruiting for a Information Security Analyst. As well as the relevant skills and experience, we're looking for people who are innovative, commercial and value the work that they do.
The Information Security Analyst is one of several such Analyst roles in the firm. Each Analyst is responsible for assisting with the day to day operation of CISO office tasks. Analysts are also encouraged to participate in proactively identifying sources of vulnerability and threat.
The role will be part of a worldwide team that is empowered to operate the activities within their assigned function. Daily activities will focus heavily on request, event and incident management and direction will be provided by the Information Security Manager.
Skills and Experience:
Our clients come first and whilst we have a high performance culture and work hard as a team, in return we offerrange of competitive benefitsincluding:
In addition, we are proud of our established health and wellbeing programme which supports our employees through mental, physical and lifestyle challenges.
Norton Rose Fulbright is committed to promoting a diverse workforce and an inclusive workplace where everyone can realise their full potential and career ambitions on the basis of merit and skill. We offer a range of family friendly and inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, and employee networks.Find more about Diversity and Inclusionhere.Norton Rose Fulbright is an equal opp
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