ECS Security is Hiring!
ECS Security is looking to recruit an IAM (Identity Access Management) Consultant/IAM Business Analyst who will be responsible for engaging application teams to understand their current IAM position and processes with a view to guiding those teams through the process of integrating/on-boarding fully to the client’s IAM system.
This role will be working on our client’s site in Hertfordshire.
– A strong practical understanding of IAM key concepts and their application, including:
- User entitlement reviews/attestation
- Access request best practice
- Authentication and authorisation
– Strong experience in application integration to IAM systems, specifically for enterprise applications with complex authorisation schemes (eg split role and data access).
– An ability to understand and agree any technical changes required to integrate to the IAM system.
– A good understanding of GDPR requirements related to Identity and Access Management
– Technical understanding of APIs and SQL
– Working experience of single sign-on common protocols (SAML, LDAP, OIDC) and their implementation is a plus.
As a business formed and managed by ex-security leaders, ECS Security’s trusted and transparent approach and enthusiasm for cybersecurity has driven us to become the UK’s leading independent Cyber Security Services company.
With a focus and expertise in building and managing Security Operation Centres (SOC’s), following best practice and working with best in breed technologies, ECS Security offer a range of products and services that address threat management and data security and analytics challenges to complement our core offering.
We recognise the value of working with highly skilled contractors and are keen to engage IT Security professionals who are interested in becoming associates of ECS. If you have the skills and experience as stipulated above, please forward your CV for immediate consideration.
We are an equal opportunities employer. It is our policy to promote an environment free from discrimination, harassment and victimisation.
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