Information Security Manager
MYJAR offers visa sponsorship
MYJAR will arrange the immigration paperwork required for the winning candidate and cover the associated costs.
in Tallinn, Estonia
As our new information security manager, you'll be supporting the development, implementation, and management of security policies and procedures to ensure they remain aligned with business objectives and meet regulatory requirements. Read more about MYJAR
- Monitor regulations and trends that affect financial institutions as well as establish effective restrictions to cybercrime.
- Develop and maintain information security risk assessments designed to evaluate inherent risks, controls, and to quantify residual risks, as appropriate.
- Plan and support vulnerability management programs, including the scheduling of assessments, production of reports and interpretation of results.
- Ensure adequate security defenses, systems and settings are in place to protect against intrusion, theft, destruction or misuse of confidential information.
- Ensure members, assets, records, and confidential/proprietary information are protected (including intellectual property).
- Serve as a subject matter expert to develop, administer and deliver information security training programs to staff, and direct awareness initiatives.
- Evaluate compliance and develop plans for compliance with regards to information security.
- Experience in the information security/information risk management field, preferably in a financial organization.
- Demonstrated experience working with regulatory frameworks, requirements, and standards (e.g. ISO2700x, PCI DSS, COBIT, etc.).
- Achieved or actively working towards certification, such as CISM, CISSP, CISA.
- The ability to design, utilize and manage a wide range of defensive security technologies, including, but not limited to: vulnerability scanning and auditing tools, enterprise-scale firewall and SIEM architectures, enterprise-scale network and host-based IDS architectures, application security, computer investigation and forensics methods/technologies.
- A strong capability of assessing and ranking risk as well as managing residual risk. Managing system of internal controls includin culture, governance, policies, preventive and detective control and scenario planning.
- Good technical knowledge relating to IT and information security architecture, communications, operations, applications, etc.
- A good technical understanding of software development and programming principles.
- Excellent spoken and written English skills.
- A Bachelor's degree in cybersecurity, engineering, computer science, or related field of study
- Motivation package that supports a healthy lifestyle
- A competitive salary
- Team events to break the routine and a comfortable office in the heart of Tallinn
- An awesome company to be part of - we have friendly, multicultural and talented people
- A chance to work with contemporary tools and modern practices as well as apply your technical knowledge
- An interesting and rewarding job in a growing international company
About MYJAR in Tallinn, Estonia
MYJAR is a new kind of financial services company, designed for today’s customers. We help people manage their finances by providing responsible short-term loans to reliable borrowers.
Our business began in 2008 and since our inception, we have provided loans with a value of GBP 350M in the UK. Following authorisation by the Financial Conduct Authority, MYJAR is growing very quickly and needs a talented team of specialists to achieve our ambitious goals.
If you are interested in building your career with a dynamic innovative team and strong international investors, this is the right place for you. At MYJAR we work a little differently from other financial service companies. We are committed to providing small amounts of credit responsibly to reliable customers. We treat our customers with respect and appreciate that we exist because of them. We are currently a business of 150 people and operate from offices in the City of London and run a technology, development and customer service center in the vibrant city of Tallinn.
Life at MYJAR
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Moving to Estonia
If you hold the passport of a visa-free country, you can start working in Estonia within 24 hours from accepting the job offer, if your new employer is classified as a startup.
If your new employer is not considered a startup, you can start after a maximum of 10 days from accepting the job offer.
If you hold the passport of a country that requires a visa to enter Estonia, you can move and start working within approximately 4 weeks.