An SC cleared AWS Cloud Security Engineer is required for an initial 2 month contract with The National Archives in Richmond, Surrey. Estimated start date is Feb 2020.
You will work with the 'Transfer Digital Records' The National Archives product team. The team are building a service which enables the secure transfer of digital records to The National Archives. The service offers tools for content upload, validation and transfer of ownership to the Archive.
They require a specialist to review the security and assurance aspects of the proposed design, identify threats and gaps and develop a strategy for delivering, operating, and securing the service as they move into a Beta delivery phase.
Essential skills and experience:
Hold relevant, current certification (please specify) with expertise and significant practical experience of developing security strategies in an AWS cloud environment.
Have a proven track record of risk assessing and assuring cloud based architectures for secure, content-driven services.
Have an in depth understanding of relevant security standards, protocols and architectural approaches
Have detailed knowledge and understanding of AWS security tools and services, open source security controls and automated security testing tools
Have expertise in developing an outcome based approach to risk identification, management and mitigation using techniques such as risk trees and attack tree methods
Have a good understanding of identity management and identity lifecycle management with strong experience of relevant security models and technical frameworks for access management.
Goverment or public sector experience is preferred.
You will need existing SC clearance to be eligible for this role.
There is an application to write prior to submission, please send your CV for details.
Closing date 19th December.