We are now looking for a interim Cyber Security architect during the recruitment, estimated 6 months+ contract but depending on the situation it may be longer.
The candidate should be able to (and preferably have experience from) interpreting the UNECE R155 and ISO 21434 into requirement for a company to implement and also described how it can be implemented in a company.
If the candidate also have experience from the Chinese regulatory affairs it is also considered a plus since there is an additional ongoing process in parallel where the candidate might be eligible but it is not a must.
This is a “new” regulation, the current organisation consists of new and legacy items, way of working, and fragmented stakeholders for sub-processes and users, IT-tools, IT-systems and there can be parallel or conflicting way-of-working/processes. The candidate must then be able to manage stakeholders, be a change leader and be prepared for challenging discussions and stakeholder management.
Excerpt of example tasks that the candidate may perform:
• Interpret the UNECE standard into tangible requirements for the company.
• Map the UNECE standard to the iSO 21434 standard.
• Initiate the work with setting up principles and guide rails for working with the management systems.
• Being a spokesperson for the requirements and how to implement the requirements in the company..
The candidate must be able to come to the office when so is needed. Minimum requirement is 1 day/week at the office. The assignment would probably require more, estimated 3 days/week at the office.
MSc, Bsc, or equivalent work experience
Experience and knowledge about the tools Enterprise Architect Sparx.