Security Engineering Manager
PwC are driving major change across information & cyber security by building a centralized model to provide security services across the entire member firm network.
Mandated at the network level, Network Information Services (NIS) operate outside IT & are responsible for this major program initiative, from definition of the security strategy to execution of the global Cyber Readiness Program, moving from local to centralized services.
Our mission is to identify, control & reduce the attack surface across the member firm network while increasing our adversaries’ cost of attack.
In order to deliver the Cyber Readiness Program the NIS team is structured into the following Pillars:
Information Security Risk & Compliance
Security Architecture, Engineering, Innovation & Transformation (SAEIT)
Strategy & Alliances
Chief of Staff
NIS are building the first global cyber security function at PwC. Our mission protects 300,000 PwC members across 160 member firms worldwide as well as our global clients.
If you are seeking an exciting career with the scope to grow your security skills through major change on a global scale, then NIS will empower you to do so.
The SAEIT pillar within NIS is responsible for the following services:
If you love designing & building security technology this is the place to be. Within SAEIT we work closely with the business to define the NIS 5 year security roadmap. Gathering business requirements to combine PwC’s goals with conceptual long term security trends to create a target architecture for NIS to deliver against. From this future state plan the Security Engineering team break down long term goals into manageable projects and look to technical security solutions to solve business problems. Designing & building security technology that span the wider PwC network of firms. Once security technologies are built the security engineering team work closely with Cyber in order to highlight the capability of the technology to ensure maximum impact as it is transitioned into an operational environment.
Scope of Responsibility:
The Security Engineering team is responsible for the following tasks:
Working with Security Architecture to break down high level roadmap into manageable project solutions over the medium term
Definition of solution design for enterprise security technology
Execution of hands on build of security technologies on a global scale
Engaging technology stakeholders at all levels to explain complex security technologies & manage deployment & implementation pipelines
Engage with Cyber to discuss & hand over service transition and management of implemented security technology
Strategic & Technical Orientation / Job Content:
Experience engaging business & technology stakeholders at all levels to gather long term goals & requirements
Experience mapping long term business requirements to complex security architecture frameworks such as TOGAF, SABSA, Zachman etc.
Understanding of how to design & build security technology solutions aligned to a global central service environment
Understanding of security technology at an enterprise & solution level
Hands on engineering experience with enterprise security technology
Experience working to transition technology from a local focus to a central technology service organization
Experience working in a complex, matrix organization
Experience working with multiple stakeholders across functional and technical skill sets
Range of Impact:
A 3E Level employee possesses deep functional knowledge in a specific subject matter area or technical domain that is applied in the context of a broader understanding of the functional area and related systems and processes.
The candidate will contribute to the development of new subject matter/technical domain expertise.
A 3E resolves complex problems by continuously applying significant independent judgment and by collaborating with others, and influences others through a small team of direct reports, through work on projects and in teams, and/or through leading portions of larger projects
Demonstrates extensive-level abilities within Security Engineering.
Encourages improvement and innovation within Security Engineering and nurturing and developing less-experienced staff through coaching and written/verbal feedback.
Executes Security Engineering tasks with autonomy.
Design & build security technologies such as SIEM, Endpoint protection, Network Firewalls, Web Application Firewalls (WAF) etc.
Application of security technology to solve complex business problems in line with a central service model
Ensure security technologies implemented have appropriate documentation pertaining to functionality & capability
Manage handover of implemented security technology to Cyber Service Management
Optimise efficiency of security technology deployments
Solve complex technical security challenges with a focus for global improvement
An effective SAEIT candidate will also possess the following skills:
Analytical: Inquisitive nature and intuition regarding what questions to ask, when, and their relative significance.
Technical: Broad understanding of enterprise technology & how to design & build a range of security tools
Business: High level understanding of PwC’s business model, service offerings, and business operating environment as it pertains to the firm’s threat landscape. Ability to frame threats and exposures in a business context recognized by non-technical staff and executives.
Threat landscape: Knowledge of how attack techniques are used in enterprise intrusions to gain entry, gain privilege, and ultimately accomplish a nefarious objective against a victim organization.
Communication: High level verbal and written communication skills vital to informing, persuading, and teaching stakeholders to enable effective response
Delivery. Ability to define the conceptual and execute within a real world business environment.