Information Security Consultant

Location: Prague, Czech Republic Application deadline: 30 October 2021 Reference number: 597
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Why join RHEA?

We are a growing international company, with over 650 staff working in 11 countries. Our teams are involved in innovative space missions and cutting-edge projects in security, concurrent design, data and ground systems.

When you join us, you will work alongside recognized industry experts, either on our clients’ premises or in our offices across Europe and Canada. This is your opportunity to boost your career and shape the future of the space, security and systems engineering industries.

What we offer

  • Competitive remuneration packages
  • Unique career opportunities, including working in other countries
  • Personalized training and development programmes
  • Flexible relocation support
  • Stable company with a family atmosphere.

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For one of the most famous and exciting European space projects, you will have the opportunity to support the client in defining and maintaining technical specifications for cyber security and related processes. This position is based in the Headquarters of this international institution, in the beautiful city of Prague, Czech Republic.

Tasks and Activities

The scope of work will include:

  • Write cyber security policies suitable to the Galileo environment.
  • Review cyber security policies in place.
  • Suggest improvements to the current cyber security policies.
  • Write policies and security requirements in English, suitable to the Galileo environment.
  • Write security-related technical documentation (presentations, whitepapers, technical notes, manuals, analyses, specifications, requirements etc.).
  • Provide training to other members of the cyber team and colleagues from other departments.
  • Manage cyber security requirements in the identified requirements management systems: i.e. DOORS.
  • Maintain traceability between Mission, System/Service requirements in DOORS.
  • Maintain traceability between System/Service and other sets of identified requirements.
  • Perform a gap analysis for EUSPA cyber security requirements, across existing EUSPA contracts and procurements (e.g. GSC, GSOp, RLSP, GRON).
  • Maintain applicability matrix for EUSPA cyber security requirements, across contracts and procurements.
  • Support the optimization i.e. removing any duplications of the requirements between existing security requirements (e.g. EE SREQ) and new cybersecurity requirements.
  • Support the flow down of EUSPA cyber security requirements in the relevant contracts and procurements (e.g. GSOP, GSC, RLSP, Sites).
  • Support the flow down of EUSPA cyber security requirements in coming activities (e.g. HA).
  • Support the assessment and lifecycle management of cyber RFWs and RFDs by relevant contracts and procurements.
  • Definition of a security risk profiling methodology.
  • Production of security risk profile for relevant contracts.
  • Production of Matrix of sensitivity for EUSPA elements.

Skills and Experience

The following skills and experience are mandatory:

  • University Degree in Cybersecurity, Computer Science, Engineering or Management Information Systems.
  • At least 3 years of professional experience in conformance testing activities related to cyber security.
  • Experience in security risk management.
  • Deep understanding of compliance requirements, standards, and guidelines (e.g. ISO, NIST, SANS, COBIT, ITIL, CC).
  • Experience with the standard MS Office Suite, Visio, Project, SharePoint and IBM DOORS.
  • Strong commitment on meeting deadlines, working in complex environments and managing contingencies.
  • Ability to work in a team, with a proactive attitude towards problem solving.
  • Excellent command of the English language, both written and spoken (i.e. Cl level of CERFL).
  • Eligibility for a Personal Security Clearance at SECRET UE/EU SECRET level, before the moment of entering into service.

The following skills and experience are highly desirable:

  • First experience in a Space project (and ideally in Navigation).
  • Experience in ISO27001.
  • CISM or CISSP certification, and knowledge of NIST.
  • Experience in requirements elicitation.
  • Experience in the assessment and management of supply chain security risks, and knowledge of related standards.
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Why join RHEA?

We are a growing international company, with over 650 staff working in 11 countries. Our teams are involved in innovative space missions and cutting-edge projects in security, concurrent design, data and ground systems.

When you join us, you will work alongside recognized industry experts, either on our clients’ premises or in our offices across Europe and Canada. This is your opportunity to boost your career and shape the future of the space, security and systems engineering industries.

What we offer

  • Competitive remuneration packages
  • Unique career opportunities, including working in other countries
  • Personalized training and development programmes
  • Flexible relocation support
  • Stable company with a family atmosphere.

Want to know more?

If you have any questions before submitting an application, please get in touch – we are always happy to tell you more.

Contact our Recruitment team

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