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Security Architect

  • Location: Bristol or Cambridgeshire
  • Salary: £100,000 - 130,000
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: LE/171089
  • Sector: Cyber Security, Information Security
Job Description
A truly innovative technology organisation is looking for a Security Architect to join their rapidly expanding team. This newly created position will see you act as the security SME within the wider architecture function, you will provide security guidance on semi-conductor/system-on-chip architecture designed for artificial intelligence and machine learning utilisation. Therefore, previous experience of working within the semi-conductor industry is essential for this position, exposure to AI, ML and IoT is highly desirable. To apply, send your CV to le@barclaysimpson.com 
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