Data Loss Prevention Analyst

Posted 10 July 2024
Salary £300 - £305 per day + Negotiable
Job type Contract
Discipline Software Engineering
Contact NameNathan Peters

Job description

Data Loss Prevention Analyst - Hiring ASAP

Start date: ASAP
4 Months
£305 per day inside ir35


We're looking for a Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Analyst to join our clients busy Cyber Data Protection team, to support analysis and reporting work for data loss and insider threat events. Your role will involve working closely with their Data Protection, Incident Response and SOC teams to manage events and progress remediation and represents a great opportunity to work with industry-leading tools and security partners, utilising your analytical, technical and communication skills to really make a difference to our customers and colleagues.

The DLP Analyst will support the Bank's security controls for Data Loss Prevention, carrying out assessments of DLP and Insider Threat events, including incident management, escalation and resolution, act as a liaison with key stakeholders, and be responsible for reporting on status and trends.


  • Analysis of DLP and Insider Threat events
  • Correlating events to determine if a threat exists.
  • DLP and Insider Threat solutions, showing a good level of operational knowledge and understanding, with the ability to navigate confidently to get the most from the tool.
  • Communicating with colleagues and stakeholders across the organisation to ensure DLP events are managed effectively to resolution.
  • Feeding into an improvements programme to improve efficiencies and reduce risk.
  • IT and Information Security best practice
  • Team working and the ability to be self-directed on task completion.
  • Demonstrating a professional 'can do' attitude and high levels of motivation.
  • Working under pressure, managing multiple priorities in a rapidly changing and dynamic environment
  • Industry related security qualification (e.g. CISSP, CISM) or equivalent practical security experience
  • Solid skills and experience in Excel