Senior Cyber Security Manager

Senior Cyber Security Manager

Company: Crown Prosecution Service

Experience Level: Experienced Professional

Job Type: Permanent

Salary: £38,180 – £43,390

Location: Please note that this post can be based in any National CPS location, but the ability to travel to London and York will be a requirement of the role.

Job Posted: 11-2-22

Company Profile

Digital, Commercial and Information Directorate (DCID) unites professional experts in computerized innovation, business administrations, security, data the board and operational process transformation to deliver high quality services to the CPS. 

Our new mission is clear. We will fabricate positive associations across the CJS and with our partners, to execute imaginative approaches to working, lessen corporate gamble, further develop client experience, and empower associates to effectively convey their business

The Security and Information Assurance Division (SIAD) comprises of various independent, yet interlinked, groups inside DCID who give all-encompassing counsel and direction on all parts of safety and data confirmation to the association. The Division is comprised of:

Operational Security Team (OST)
Records Management Team (RMT)
Data Protection Compliance Team (DPCT)
Information Access Team (IAT)
Cyber Security Team (CST)

Job Summary

The Senior Cyber Security Manager post is situated in the Cyber Security Team which gives expert counsel on cyber risk management and everyday activities (for example inquiries around secure computerized information frameworks and gadgets) as well as strategy and strategy. The unit also deals with cyber security incident management, as well as working with providers and other Government Departments to guarantee the conveyance and development of a properly secure ICT organization and other computerized services.

Candidates must hold the following essential experience:
• Cyber Security or IT technical experience or knowledge.

Focused on proficient development, the CPS offers generally their staff with clear progression pathways and an assorted scope of learning and development opportunities, to progress your career in a steady climate, while additionally accessing different promotion opportunities.

At the CPS we pride ourselves on providing a variety of benefits that ensure our employees’ requirements are at the core. This includes well being support, flexible working, civil service pension scheme, access to employee savings including high street retailer offers and discounts and 25 days leave, rising to 30 days after 5 years’ service.

Job Description

The Cyber Senior Manager’s job takes a lead in managing security matters about internet opportunities and threats.

Technological and business developments imply that potential new internet-based assistance opportunities are frequently featured by diverse stakeholders. Simultaneously, the CPS has an expanding number of suppliers with potentially overlapping responsibilities.

Guarantees that CPS holds its position at the very front of CJS IT by making sensible and sustainable data affirmation choices inside this more perplexing climate.

Cabinet Office changes imply that the CPS must make those decisions inside the setting of significantly less prescriptive direction.

The role will also be responsible for reporting on internet-based threats, engaging with the business to develop an efficient and safe CPS cyber culture.


Devise and disseminate cyber-related departmental security policy and procedures based upon current good business practice, knowledge of technical developments, Cabinet Office direction, and comprehension of CPS hazard craving and DPO and SIRO choices.

Create a key network protection approach that uses the extra consolation given by the Advanced Threat Investigation administrations services expanded business benefit.

Prepare cyber reports to advise senior managers and assist in increasing knowledge of cyber security risks and practices across CPS.
Develop and implement a training strategy to raise the level of cyber security awareness and behavior within the CPS.

Draw in with different partners such as business clients and outside providers to explore whether recommended business arrangements can be executed inside the CPS hazard craving.

Information on specialized and coherent information controls applicable to digital protection, including encryption, access controls, and right-measuring information access.

Engage with other stakeholders such as business users and external suppliers to investigate whether suggested business solutions can be implemented within the CPS risk appetite.

Information on physical and staff security necessities, including natural controls, security screening, and Geo-area.

Knowledge of technical and logical data controls relevant to cyber security, including encryption, access controls, and right-sizing data access.

Nationality Requirements

This job is broadly open to the following groups:

  • UK nationals
  • nationals of Commonwealth countries who have the right to work in the UK
  • nationals of the Republic of Ireland
  • nationals from the EU, EEA or Switzerland with settled or pre-settled status or who apply for either status by the deadline of the European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS)
  • relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals working in the Civil Service
  • relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals who have built up the right to work in the Civil Service
  • certain family members of the relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals


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