Senior Consultant, Cyber Security & Privacy - Offensive Security & Incident Management, Toronto, Adz

Published 2022-08-08
Expires 2022-09-08
ID #1119637308
Senior Consultant, Cyber Security & Privacy - Offensive Security & Incident Management, Toronto, Adz
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published August 8, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Senior consultant, cyber security & privacy - offensive security & incident management

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What do you think of when you hear the name MNP? Most likely tax and accounting, but as one of Canada's largest consulting organizations, we're so much more We're also serious about technology. Make an impact with our Cyber Security & Privacy - Offensive Security & Incident Management team as a Senior Consultant. This diverse team of tech-savvy problem solvers enables clients to take a proactive and prepared approach to cyber crime and capitalize on new technologies and innovations. As a trusted advisor, you'll investigate threats, develop policies and enhance infrastructure to minimize the impact of security-related events and protect clients' business operations and reputation. At MNP Digital, we're a team of highly skilled and creative thinkers that continuously support and learn from each other. We pride ourselves on translating our clients' challenges into real results by leveraging technology - and that all starts with having the right people to deliver. We've created an environment where you'll continuously grow, always have a voice and collaborate on work that's meaningful and fulfilling. If you're ready to take your career into your own hands, you've come to the right place. Responsibilities Work with team members to conduct host and network forensics, log analysis, malware analysis, threat intelligence gathering to support incident response investigations and client engagements Build scripts and tools to execute collections and analysis Develop and contribute to reports and materials intended for both technical and executive audiences Work with both clients and vendors to troubleshoot and resolve issues Notify clients of any potential problems in their environment Contribute to the development of new ideas and approaches to improve work processes Attend internal MNP courses to further develop knowledge around performance improvement Willingness to work occasional evenings or weekends Strong troubleshooting and problem-solving skills Skills and Experience Posses a Post-Secondary Degree or Diploma in Information Technology, Computer Science or related discipline Working towards a CISSP, CISA, CISM and/or other related certifications Minimum of 5 years of technology and/or cybersecurity work history Minimum 5 years of experience defining and implementing cyber security services & solutions Excellent understanding of Cyber Security Services (penetration testing, vulnerability assessments, TRA's, PCI, etc.) and Solutions (NGFW, IPS, 2-factor authentication, SIEM, networking etc.), including architecting, configuration and installation Experience with Creating and Delivering Cyber Security Services (i.e., TRA's, PCI, Pen Testing, Cyber maturity Assessments, Cyber Security Risk Assessments for Cloud, Incident response/forensics, NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), etc.) Understanding of Security and Privacy regulatory/legislative compliance (OSFI, Interac, PCI, PIPEDA, etc.) Experience with architecting, configuration and delivering technology-based controls. Experienced with security and risk standards and regulatory controls including ISO, NIST, ITIL, COBIT, CSC, SOX, PCI-DSS Bilingualism in French and English considered an asset Security Clearance is considered an asset and will be required Some travel required MyRewardsMNP More than a paycheque, MNP is proud to offer customized rewards for our team members. With a focus on health and wealth, we provide an extensive list of benefits that support our unique culture and foster work-life integration. Our MyRewardsMNP program offers benefits that allow you to thrive at work and outside of the office. Be rewarded with generous paid time off including 4 personal days, firm sponsored social events, a group pension plan with 4% matching contribution, voluntary savings products, bonus program eligibility, a wellness subsidy, health and dental benefits, mental health resources, exclusive access to perks and discounts, professional development assistance, learning opportunities through MNP University, a flexible 'Dress For Your Day' environment and more

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