Dublin | Ireland
Reporting to the BoI Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) will be responsible for development and execution of the Group's Information Security strategy, strengthening the Banks information security operating model to be best in class and assessing and advising on information security risk across the Group.
This is a Group role with authority and oversight that requires higher level stakeholder management capabilities to ensure cross Group commitment, involvement and support that ensures clarity of accountabilities on this key agenda. As such, the role involves direct interaction with key internal and external stakeholders, including Group Executive Committee members, the Group's Board, relevant Group committees and relevant regulators.
This is a Control Function role within the remit of Central Bank of Ireland's Fitness and Probity regime.
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