to provide profiles and insights to guide strategy
with a 50/50 gender split and 21% BAME candidates
including information about gender, ethnicity and location
Our client, a pre-eminent industrial group, was seeking a Chief Information Security Officer for a newly created role in its largest operating division.
Located in the East Coast of the USA but with a global remit, the successful candidate would be responsible for establishing the vision, cyber strategy and security architecture for the business. They would also need to establish controls to ensure internal data, customer data, product and other data could be secured in a flexible and effective manner.
Our client wanted to ensure that they had a balanced and diverse mix of individuals to approach and asked us to map the market, specifically in the East Coast, to find a strong, diverse pool of candidates.
We focused on individuals in regulated industries and comparable corporates/ divisions with a minimum of 5,000 employees. Our mapping highlighted individuals in a CIO, CISO or senior deputy level role, with broad international career experience.
42 strong profiles were identified with a 50/50 gender split. Of the total number identified, 21% were BAME candidates. Our market mapping report provided a succinct profile, obtained from the public domain, for every individual identified and included:
To add additional value, an appendix was also included, listing more junior individuals identified during the process.
A short Insight summary was also included at the beginning of the report, including pertinent information regarding:
Our approach provided a rich real-time view of the market and generated relevant individuals for our client to approach directly. This enabled our client to find the best talent available within the market and gain visibility of candidates who may not have been reached through traditional channels.
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