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(ISC)² Team

Help Shape the UK Cyber Security Council by Becoming a Trustee

Professionalizing the world of cybersecurity education and training is a major focus area for the UK Government, especially in the new realities we find ourselves in.

 

It included plans in its National Cyber Security Strategy in 2016 to develop the cyber security profession, including creating a UK Cyber Security Council to focus on professional development, professional ethics, thought leadership, influence and outreach. Late last year, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport commissioned the creation of the Council through a consortium of cyber security professional bodies – including (ISC)² –known as the Cyber Security Alliance.

 

UKCSC Logo.png(ISC)² has been diligently working alongside other Alliance volunteers to build the UK Cyber Security Council. It is set to commence operations in April 2021. As that start date moves every closer, the time has come to begin appointing personnel that will lead, represent and guide the Council in its on-going operations.

 

The Council is looking to appoint a Chair, a Treasurer and another Trustee to form the Council’s Board of Trustees. This is a great opportunity for (ISC)² members to participate in the evolution of the cybersecurity sector in the UK at the highest level and shape major decisions about professional training, certification, ethics and industry standards.

 

These appointments will be instrumental in transitioning the Council from the current in-progress Project to an operational and incorporated charitable entity. Furthermore, they will be responsible for the governance of the Council and all its activities.

 

The role of a Council Trustee is closely aligned with the ethics and values of an (ISC)² member – they will be committed to embedding good governance principles and practices to attract and effectively use resources, promote a strong risk culture and ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations. The founding board members will also be responsible for the recruitment and appointment of the Chief Executive and any other trustees as required.

 

Full details of the Trustee, Chair and Treasurer roles can be found at: https://www.theiet.org/impact-society/uk-cyber-security-council-formation-project/uk-cyber-security-...

 

Applications for Trustee positions are open now, and the closing date is Monday, 3rd August 2020 at 11.59pm BST. You can submit your application here: https://www.inclusiveboards.co.uk/jobs/founding-trustees-uk-cyber-security-council