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Information Security Governance Expert - Second Line of Defence (f/m/d)

Date: 29-Jan-2021

Location: Frankfurt am Main, DE

Company: Deutsche Börse Group

Field of Activities

The central Information Security 2nd Line of Defence team is embedded in the Chief Risk Officer area of Deutsche Börse Group. The function provides effective independent oversight to and monitoring of information technology and information security.

  • Maintain, further develop and continually improve the Deutsche Börse Group information security framework to ensure its ongoing effectiveness
  • Maintenance and further development of the reporting on the information security status and risks to the Chief Information Security Officer, executive and supervisory boards and/or relevant committees
  • Enhance and implement security training and awareness measures within the Group
  • Maintain and further develop the information security strategy process
  • Provide oversight of and challenge to the 1st line of defence functions, e.g. lines of business, IT and IT Security
  • Support and guide counterparts in Deutsche Börse Group entities in implementing and executing the information security framework

Qualifications/required skills

  • University or similar degree in a relevant field
  • Proven track record in a senior information security management role in a regulated financial institution
  • In-depth knowledge of relevant regulation (BAIT, MaRisk, CSSF circulars, etc) and very good understanding of industry frameworks and standards (ISO 2700x, ITIL, ISF SoGP, COBIT, etc.)
  • Strong technical background and practical knowledge in relevant IT Security solutions and very good understanding of emerging trends in information security management and governance and evolving technologies such as Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Robotics
  • Excellent analytical skills, creativity, critical thinking, ability to identify problems and propose solutions
  • Excellent presentation and interpersonal skills
  • High Proficiency in German and English