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Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Candidate should have experience with administration of RSA Authentication Manager. Experience should include deploying authentication agents; configuring authentication policies; should be well versed with administering RSA SecurID tokens. Experience with Patching, configuration and upkeep of RSA Authentication Manager. Required to complete service requests or incidents tickets (as required) which involves trivial troubleshoot. Candidate should have experience with administration of RSA cloud authentication service. Experience should include configuring relying parties; configuring authentication policies; and configuring trusted network zones. Required knowledge to setup and use of various authentication methods. Experience with Administration functions to populate and manager users. Should be familiar with configuration of the Identity Router Virtual Machine and connecting to RSA cloud authentication service. Should have knowledge on establishing Risk-based Authentication and MFA policies. Will be responsible for developing and updating standard operating procedures and user guides (as required) need to support on call support INC management Mandatory Skills : (IBM SAM Enterprise Single Sign-On) IBM SAM Enterprise Single Sign-On • Tue, 13 FebWipro Ltd.
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Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Understanding of Containers Understanding of Kubernetes Understanding and experience administering Redhat ACS Understanding of OpenStack Experience with Container Security and vulnerability management Experience with general vulnerability management systems, frameworks and concepts Experience with system hardening, specifically in containers, however bonus if also for general OS, Windows, Linux. Preferrable experience with any container management and security products (If no Redhat ACS experience) Preferable experience with Linux (Redhat, Alpine, Debian, Ubuntu) Preferable experience with Windows (Windows in docker containers a bonus) Preferable any experience with other products in the endpoint POD. Preferable understanding of CI/CD concepts Preferable understanding of cloud Preferable understanding of VMware Accountabilities: Ability to manage and implement all policy, configuration of RedHat ACS. Including assisting with the creation of policy to manage container security, reporting, policy and incident handling and troubleshooting. Handle, troubleshooting and resolve all incidents related to RedHat ACS, specifically focused on impacts to systems as a result of ACS policy applied to systems and containers. Assist with day to day operational tasks as required in the Endpoint POD. Opensource RedHat Integration • Sun, 03 MarWipro Ltd.
Security Engineer/Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Are You the Cyber Security Expert Destined to Drive Our Clients Operations to Unparalleled Success in Melbourne? At the forefront of technological innovation and cyber security, our client, a leading provider in the field, is looking for highly experienced cyber security analysts and security engineers to join their dynamic team in Sydney and Canberra. This is more than just a job; it's an opportunity to be at the cutting edge of securing digital landscapes and protecting vital information. You will be responsible for conducting incident response and maintaining a robust team to ensure effective monitoring and coverage. This role requires an operational mindset and the ability to work within service management processes. You must have an advanced understanding of security operations, detection development processes, and the skill to develop documentation and playbook improvements. Leading the collection and prioritisation of detection and alerting issues, you will play a key role in shaping engineering objectives. Based in the vibrant city of Melbourne. In this hub of innovation and culture, you will be part of an environment that nurtures creativity and forward-thinking. Your responsibilities will include: support incident response and security operations centre functions. collaborate with system admins for log generation and incident use case development. utilise SIEM tools to build alerts, dashboards, and automated reports. provide day-to-day monitoring of SIEM data and initiate incident response activities as required. assist the IT security team in preparing information briefs, reports, and maintaining it security guidelines and procedures. contribute to it system accreditation activities and apply DevSecOps principles. NV2 security clearance is essential. To thrive in this role, you'll need: qualifications in cyber security and information technology. experience in a government environment or systems. skills in scripting, programming languages, and knowledge of logging and detection architecture. experience in applying government IT security policies and developing internal security procedures. strong communication skills, including concise writing. experience in sustaining it security systems and secure system design. relevant industry training or qualifications, such as GIAC, CISSP, etc. What you'll receive: be part of a leading cyber security and technology provider. work in an environment that encourages creativity and innovation. engage with a team that values expertise and fosters growth. benefit from a supportive workplace culture where your efforts are recognised and rewarded. This role is a full-time, permanent position , offering you a chance to be part of a team dedicated to shaping the future of cyber security. If you are passionate about making a significant impact in a challenging yet rewarding field, apply now. Join our client’s firm and be part of a team that not only builds robust security systems but also safeguards the future. For further information and to express your interest, please direct your queries to Luke Hemmings at Whitefox Recruitment on 07 5619 7075, quoting reference: 32283. As a recruitment agency that truly values people, we are committed to responding to all applicants. We are initiating interviews immediately. • Sat, 02 MarWhitefox Recruitment
EL1 Cyber Analyst » East Melbourne, Melbourne - Contract Opportunity_Security Analyst_Holding NV1_Melbourne Your new company Your new position will be institutions within one of the leading federal government institution. The organisation is currently embarking on a cybersecurity upliftment. Your new role As a Security analyst, you will be responsible for undertaking cybersecurity assessments and providing advice to the organisation in order to improve the security posture and develop security-related tools to provide a secure, reliable and scalable environment. What you'll need to succeed Holding NV1 clearance is essential to be considered for the role. Ability to assist with security solutions, frameworks, and strategies Assessing and managing cybersecurity threats and vulnerability Good understanding of incident management Understanding of best practices in cloud security, network security, security operations, systems security, and incident response Strong coordination and stakeholder management skills What you'll get in return You will be rewarded with a contract with a very attractive daily rate at one of the leading Federal governments. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to shruti.singhhays.com.au, 2835617 • Fri, 01 MarHays
EL1 Cyber Analyst » West Melbourne, Melbourne - Contract Opportunity_Security Analyst_Holding NV1_Melbourne Your new company Your new position will be institutions within one of the leading federal government institution. The organisation is currently embarking on a cybersecurity upliftment. Your new role As a Security analyst, you will be responsible for undertaking cybersecurity assessments and providing advice to the organisation in order to improve the security posture and develop security-related tools to provide a secure, reliable and scalable environment. What you'll need to succeed Holding NV1 clearance is essential to be considered for the role. Ability to assist with security solutions, frameworks, and strategies Assessing and managing cybersecurity threats and vulnerability Good understanding of incident management Understanding of best practices in cloud security, network security, security operations, systems security, and incident response Strong coordination and stakeholder management skills What you'll get in return You will be rewarded with a contract with a very attractive daily rate at one of the leading Federal governments. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to shruti.singhhays.com.au, 2835617 • Fri, 01 MarHays

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EL1 Cyber Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Contract Opportunity_Security Analyst_Holding NV1_Melbourne Your new company Your new position will be institutions within one of the leading federal government institution. The organisation is currently embarking on a cybersecurity upliftment. Your new role As a Security analyst, you will be responsible for undertaking cybersecurity assessments and providing advice to the organisation in order to improve the security posture and develop security-related tools to provide a secure, reliable and scalable environment. What you'll need to succeed Holding NV1 clearance is essential to be considered for the role. Ability to assist with security solutions, frameworks, and strategies Assessing and managing cybersecurity threats and vulnerability Good understanding of incident management Understanding of best practices in cloud security, network security, security operations, systems security, and incident response Strong coordination and stakeholder management skills What you'll get in return You will be rewarded with a contract with a very attractive daily rate at one of the leading Federal governments. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to shruti.singhhays.com.au, 2835617 • Fri, 01 MarHays
Cyber Security Change & Awareness Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Melbourne, Victoria | RACV Head Office Permanent Full Time | Hybrid Working Competitive salary | Discounts on selected RACV Products Great things start here Work with some of the best technology and working practices available while doing interesting, challenging, and rewarding work. From cyber security to software engineering, develop your skills across multiple platforms and industries to ensure our customers, members, and team have a contemporary and memorable experience with RACV. You’ll be part of culture that champions personal growth, low egos, and high performers that put each other first. About the Opportunity Reporting to the Head of Cyber Security you will support the assessment of current/future state changes and impacts along with the implementation of change management strategies and plans and build cyber security awareness. This could be just the right role for you You will support cyber security and technology change and awareness initiatives, including the development of general and targeted change plans, communication and support the development of training initiatives. Key responsibilities: Develop and support the delivery of effective cyber security awareness and engagement initiatives. Champion the adoption of cyber security initiatives and contribute to building a cyber security culture Undertake current and future state gap analyses and assess changes and impacts to enable the development of a cyber security change strategy. Document change impact assessment outcomes to determine the scale of change and associated business readiness activities required for successful change by creating and implementing actions Provide the analytics and intelligence to validate and guide the change approach and provide key measurement analytics for the change impacts and effort. Develop and deliver an enterprise focused cyber security communication plan and support any Technology initiatives requiring communication. What you’ll need to be successful Prosci Change Management Certification or People Centered Implementation (PCI) certification or equivalent demonstrated experience in change management 3 years proven experience as a Change Analyst for change initiatives, including delivering of detailed change and business impact assessments, assessing, and implementing a range of change intervention options and monitoring the progress of change programs. Demonstrated knowledge and experience of change management of cyber security and technology change projects within a large complex organisation. Ability to communicate technical information to technical and non-technical audiences across diverse stakeholder groups, using multiple methodologies and forums Experience working in Agile environments Demonstrated experience conducting stakeholder analysis and business readiness assessments, providing change input, guidance, and support to others, and identifying potential issues and setbacks. Strong analysis, planning and management skills Strong stakeholder management, engagement, and relationship skills. Our Values Ready to reach your full potential? Join our team, where the work is meaningful and making a difference matters. Application Process You can learn more about the RACV at careers.racv.com.au Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in Australia, and consent to a criminal record. Submit your CV via the link. • Fri, 01 MarRACV
Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Australian Citizens residing in Australia with ability to obtain security clearance only respond. Contract start 18 September 2023 to 12 months, 12 months extensions. Australian Citizen, Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne role. Send your responses to jobssofttestpays.com Overview The Chief Information Officer Division is primarily responsible for the management of technology related solutions within the Agency. This includes managing Shared Services Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services and delivery of ICT projects. The Protective and Cyber Security Branch implements the requirements of the Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) and Information Security Manual (ISM) within the Agency. This is achieved by providing strategic, Agency-wide oversight of Security across security governance, information security, personnel security, physical security, and cyber security and operations. The Cyber Operations team is responsible for the identification, response, and remediation of security incidents across the organisation. About the Role The EL1 Senior Cyber Security Analyst is accountable under broad direction to undertake complex work across Cyber Security Operations functions. The role reports to the Assistant Director, CSOC Capability Development under the leadership of the Director of Cyber Security Operations. The successful candidate will work in a small team to develop and deliver capabilities for use by the Security Operations Centre (SOC). The capabilities include uplift tasks, process engineering, and large enterprise scale cyber security solutions. The Senior Cyber Security Analyst will also work closely with the SOC and other ICT teams to deliver capabilities. Responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to: Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing SOC tools, processes, and capabilities. Identifying, planning, and implementing enhancements to the Agencys threat landscape. Development of SOC standard operating procedures and playbooks in a fast-paced environment. Familiarity with cyber threat modelling techniques, and experience developing systems specific use cases, monitoring plans and cyber security incident response plans. Experience with cloud security tooling and cloud platforms (SIEM, SOAR, Vulnerability Management, Endpoint Security, AWS, Azure, O365) Development of cyber security metrics and reporting templates for cyber leadership and broader agency leadership. Work autonomously with limited direction and identify and drive work through to completion. Further develop and refine the solution architecture and design for cyber solutions. Communicate with influence to ensure deliverables are aligned to Corporate Plan and organisational priorities. (NOTE: the key responsibilities of the role are based on current priorities and may change over time) Role Specifications The role is required to be performed in a work environment that has the following core characteristics and requirements: Working in an open office environment (exposure to general workplace chatter) Working from home on occasion Working in a hot desk environment Significant periods of sitting at a counter or desk Operating a telephone Computer/screen-based work Ability to use computer/software applications including Microsoft Office and NDIA business applications such as NDIAs client records management system (CRM) Assistance animals may be in the work area Security The following essential checks/clearances are required to perform the role: Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) clearance - a vetting process undertaken before an individual may have access to classified information and resources. This is only applicable to some positions within the NDIA that require the occupant to have access to classified Australian Government information Pre-Engagement Check - this is a mandatory pre-employment security screening process. All employees and contractors of NDIA must undertake a Pre-Engagement Check. This check is undertaken for any individual who will have non-public access to agency resources (information, buildings, systems, assets, staff, and customers) Every application requires to address selection criteria as part of application submission. NOTE: Please address the selection criteria with a maximum of 1000 words. Essential Criteria 1. Minimum 5 years experience in IT, software, or cyber security related field 2. Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing SOC tools, processes, and capabilities 3. Australian citizenship with the ability to obtain security clearance Desirable Criteria 1. Experience with cloud security tooling and cloud platforms (SIEM, SOAR, Vulnerability Management, Endpoint Security, AWS, Azure, O365) 2. Highly developed written and verbal communication skills 3. Sound stakeholder management skills • Fri, 01 MarSofttest pays pty ltd
Security Analyst, Cyber Threat intelligence, Penetration testing lead » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Australian Citizens residing in Australia only respond. Security Analyst Cyber Penetration Testing Lead Cyber Threat Intelligence Citizen ACT, QLD, SA, VIC Services Australia is seeking to identify suitable Candidates to perform the role of Cyber Security, to enhance the agencys security posture through innovation, operationalisation and maintenance of cyber security technologies. Security Experts use their in-depth knowledge of ICT security models to provide expert advice on the creation and operational maintenance of system roles, access authorisations, and security profiles. They exercise a considerable degree of independence, with decision[1]making substantially dependent on their high-level judgement and consideration of wider agency implications. In performing a technical leadership role, Security Experts drive innovation, changes in workplace practices, and organise work in the context of competing priorities and strategic direction. Cyber Penetration Testing Team Leads operate under broad direction, exercising sound decision making and judgement to produce high level policy advice. They may engage in complex problem solving and issues management. They may also coordinate and undertake detailed or sensitive projects that impact on strategic, political or operational outcomes for the agency. Cyber Penetration Testing Team Leads are also responsible for actively managing key stakeholder relationships within and outside the agency and may manage one or more work teams. Cyber Threat Intelligence roles undertake work under broad direction and exercise a considerable degree of independence while performing a leadership role. They will exercise sound decision making and judgement to produce high level policy advice. They may engage in complex problem solving and issues management and may coordinate and undertake detailed or sensitive projects that impact on strategic, political or operational outcomes for the agency. The Cyber Threat Intelligence is also responsible for actively managing key stakeholder relationships within and outside the agency and may manage one or more work teams. Merit pool will be developed to offer contracts • Fri, 01 MarSofttest pays pty ltd
Security Expert » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Australian Citizens residing in Australia with Baseline Clearance only respond. Contract start 21 August 2023 to 5 months, 2 x 6 months extensions. Australian Citizen, Baseline Clearance, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne role. Send your responses to jobssofttestpays.com Overview The Security Expert will provide services as a senior information and cyber security analyst, to oversee the technical implementation and delivery of a suite of priority cyber security services to Services Australia and its partners, including the Australian Signals Directorate (ASDs) recommended service offerings. The Security Expert will be working in a small team overseen by Agency project management. PRIMARY TECHNOLOGIES: MS-Office productivity applications, MS endpoints (server and desktop Operating Systems) and endpoint security controls associated with ASDs Essential Eight, DNS and other network protocols of interest to Cyber operations, Host-based Intrusion Detection / Prevention Systems (HIDS/HIPS), Wintel, Linux and other mid-range platforms, secure network and gateway service technologies. The Security Expert Key Tasks/Duties may include some or all of the following: Manage alignment of cyber security controls with corporate level information and cyber security requirements. Assess cyber security/access management policies and procedures. Assess and report on cyber security policies, procedures and controls relating to the project and services. Oversee validation activities for cyber security projects to completion. Provide expert technical advice, support and recommendations on Governance Risk Compliance (GRC) best practices in relation to government information and cyber security policy, threat and risk management frameworks. Proactively share knowledge and expertise as the cyber security GRC subject matter expert, and provide assistance and mentorship to less experienced colleagues. Document a range of technical / risk assessment documentation and reports including (but not limited to): a. Security Risk Assessments (SRA). b. Threat and Risk Assessments (TRA). c. Statements of Applicability (SoA). d. Security Risk Management Plans (SRMP). e. Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA). f. Negotiate, engage and manage relationships with other service providers to build security services and related project delivery capability. Collaborate with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders to achieve project outcomes. Encourage innovation, continuous improvement and manage and support change. Provide leadership, direction, and oversight for GRC services and activities to support the projects. Manage the assessment and reporting of information and cyber security risks, governance and compliance controls with regard to systems, processes, procedures, tools and techniques utilised by the services. Provide leadership on GRC system and process management at the organisational and business levels. Every application requires to address selection criteria as part of application submission. Mandatory Criteria 1. Demonstrated experience and success delivering governance, risk and compliance documentation including SRA, TRA, SoA, SRMP and PIA, using Federal Government information security policy (i.e. Information Security Manual, Protective Security Policy Framework) and the ACSCs Cyber Security principles and guidelines and recommended service offerings. Weighted Criteria 1. Demonstrated experience in supporting the delivery of strategic, contemporary cyber security solutions. 2. Demonstrated knowledge of industry Cyber Security frameworks, best practices and standards. 3. Demonstrated knowledge of industry public cloud best practices and standards. • Fri, 01 MarSofttest pays pty ltd
Senior Security Expert » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Australian Citizens residing in Australia with Baseline Clearance only respond. Contract start 21 August 2023 to 5 months, 2 x 6 months extensions. Australian Citizen, Baseline Clearance, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne role. Send your responses to jobssofttestpays.com Overview The Senior Security Expert will provide services as a senior information and cyber security analyst, to oversee the technical implementation and delivery of a suite of priority cyber security services to Services Australia and its partners, including the Australian Signals Directorate (ASDs) recommended service offerings. This role is required to have in-depth knowledge of specific ICT security models to provide expert advice on the creation and operational maintenance of system roles, access authorisations, and security profiles and promote the development and exploitation of ICT security knowledge. The Senior Security Expert will be working in a small team overseen by Agency project management. Primary Technologies: MS-Office productivity applications, MS endpoints (server and desktop Operating Systems) and endpoint security controls associated with ASDs Essential Eight, DNS and other network protocols of interest to Cyber operations, Host-based Intrusion Detection / Prevention Systems (HIDS/HIPS), Wintel, Linux and other mid-range platforms, secure network and gateway service technologies. The Senior Security Expert Key Tasks/Duties may include some or all of the following: Implement security/access management policies and procedures. Plan and implement security policies and procedures. Ensure security regulations are observed at all times and ICT teams follow methodology. Review scheduled security reports to track and report on compliance. Perform complex risk assessments to identify high-risk access privilege assignments and segregation of duties conflicts. Monitor and manage change requests to ensure that ICT systems are under change control. Provide expert technical advice, support and recommendations on security best practices. Manage alignment of cyber security controls with corporate level information and cyber security requirements. Assess cyber security/access management policies and procedures. Assess and report on cyber security policies, procedures and controls relating to the project and services. Oversee validation activities for cyber security projects to completion. Provide expert technical advice, support and recommendations on GRC best practices in relation to government information and cyber security policy, threat and risk management frameworks. Proactively share knowledge and expertise as the cyber security GRC subject matter expert, and provide assistance and mentorship to less experienced colleagues. Document a range of technical / risk assessment documentation and reports including (but not limited to): a. Security Risk Assessments (SRA). b. Threat and Risk Assessments (TRA). c. Statements of Applicability (SoA). d. Security Risk Management Plans (SRMP). e. Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA). Negotiate, engage and manage relationships with other service providers to build security services and related project delivery capability. Collaborate with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders to achieve project outcomes. Encourage innovation, continuous improvement and manage and support change. Core responsibilities include: Deliver a range of technical / risk assessment documentation and reports relating to the delivery of cyber projects including (but not limited to): a. Security Risk Assessments. b. Threat and Risk Assessments. c. Statements of Applicability. d. Security Risk Management Plans. e. Privacy Impact Assessments. Provide leadership, direction, and oversight for GRC services and activities to support the projects. Manage the assessment and reporting of information and cyber security risks, governance and compliance controls with regard to systems, processes, procedures, tools and techniques utilised by the services. Provide leadership on GRC system and process management at the organisational and business levels. Every application requires to address selection criteria as part of application submission. Mandatory Criteria 1. Demonstrated experience and success delivering governance, risk and compliance documentation including SRA, TRA, SoA, SRMP and PIA, using Federal Government information security policy (i.e. Information Security Manual, Protective Security Policy Framework) and the ACSCs Cyber Security principles and guidelines and recommended service offerings. Weighted Criteria 1. Demonstrated experience in supporting the delivery of strategic, contemporary cyber security solutions. 2. Demonstrated knowledge of industry Cyber Security frameworks, best practices and standards. 3. Demonstrated knowledge of industry public cloud best practices and standards. • Fri, 01 MarSofttest pays pty ltd
APS6 Senior Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Australian Citizens residing in Australia only respond. Contract start 20 November 2023 to 12 months, 12 months extensions. Australian Citizen, Canberra, or Melbourne role. Send your responses to jobssofttestpays.com Overview The Chief Information Officer Division is primarily responsible for the management of technology related solutions within the Agency. This includes managing Shared Services Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services and delivery of ICT projects. The Protective and Cyber Security Branch implements the requirements of the Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) and Information Security Manual (ISM) within the Agency. This is achieved by providing strategic, Agency-wide oversight of Security across security governance, information security, personnel security, physical security, and cyber operations. The Cyber Operations team is responsible for the identification, response, and remediation of security incidents across the organisation. About the Role The Senior Cyber Security Operations Analyst will undertake technical cyber security activities under the leadership of the Assistant Director of Cyber Security Operations. The Cyber Security Operations Analyst must possess and demonstrate technical competency in areas of cloud security (Azure/AWS), endpoint and network security, threat intelligence and hunting, data loss prevention, vulnerability management, and incident response. The Cyber Security Analyst will be required to support and contribute to the protection of the Agencys systems, users, and data, to support NDIAs objectives to build a world-leading National Disability Insurance Scheme. As part of the Cyber Operations team, the role will help ensure that NDIA has the capability to build and protect cyber-resilient information technology platforms and support strategic objectives. Every application requires to address selection criteria as part of application submission. Essential Criteria 1. Minimum 3 years experience in technical cyber security roles 2. Experience conducting detection, investigation, and remediation of security incidents using enterprise security tools (e.g. SIEM/SOAR) 3. Experience performing cyber threat intelligence, threat hunting, and vulnerability management activities Desirable criteria 1. Experience with cloud defensive tools, such as Microsoft 365 Defender, Sentinel, AWS GuardDuty, and Splunk Cloud 2. Strong knowledge of incident response frameworks such as NIST SP 800-61 Computer Incident Handling Guide 3. Proven ability to mentor and develop junior staff, and identify areas of people, process, and defensive tool improvement • Fri, 01 MarSofttest pays pty ltd
Junior Cyber Security Operations Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Australian Citizens residing in Australia with ability to obtain Baseline Clearance only respond. Contract start 27 November 2023 to 12 months, 12 months extensions. Australian Citizen, Ability to obtain Baseline Clearance, Canberra, Melbourne role. Send your responses to jobssofttestpays.com Overview The Chief Information Officer Division is primarily responsible for the management of technology related solutions within the Agency. This includes managing Shared Services Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services and delivery of ICT projects. The Protective and Cyber Security Branch implements the requirements of the Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) and Information Security Manual (ISM) within the Agency. This is achieved by providing strategic, Agency-wide oversight of Security across security governance, information security, personnel security, physical security, and cyber operations. The Cyber Operations team is responsible for the identification, response, and remediation of security incidents across the organisation. About the Role The Junior Cyber Security Operations Analyst will undertake technical cyber security activities under the leadership of the Assistant Director of Cyber Security Operations. The Cyber Security Operations Analyst must possess and demonstrate technical competency in areas of cloud security (Azure/AWS), endpoint and network security, threat intelligence and hunting, data loss prevention, vulnerability management, and incident response. The Cyber Security Analyst will be required to support and contribute to the protection of the Agencys systems, users, and data, to support NDIAs objectives to build a world-leading National Disability Insurance Scheme. Every application requires to address selection criteria as part of application submission. Essential Criteria 1. Minimum 2 years experience in an IT, software, or cyber security related field; developed written and verbal communication skills 2. The ability to work with limited supervision and to quickly gain knowledge of in a range of technologies 3. Knowledge of the Information Security Manual (ISM) and cyber security concepts 4. Familiarity with log aggregation and Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) systems 5. Knowledge of Incident Response Frameworks (e.g., NIST SP 800-61 Incident Handling Guide, Mitre Frameworks) 6. Formal tertiary qualifications or industry certifications in a cyber security related field (e.g., CompTIA Security, SANs, CEH, Azure/AWS Courses, Splunk Certified) • Fri, 01 MarSofttest pays pty ltd
APS5 Junior Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Australian Citizens residing in Australia only respond. Essential criteria 1. Recent graduate with relevant cyber security qualifications, with 0-2 years experience in CSOC roles. Evidence of training and working towards the completion of a certification. 2. Demonstrated familiarity with log aggregation and Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) systems 3. Knowledge of the Information Security Manual (ISM) and cyber security concepts 4. Demonstrated working knowledge of Incident Response Frameworks (NIST SP 800-61 Incident Handling Guide, Mitre Frameworks) 5. Formal tertiary qualifications or industry certifications in a cyber security related field (e.g. Azure/AWS, Splunk Certified) 6. Worked in a Security/Network Operations Center (or similar) Desirable criteria 1. Sound written and verbal communication skills • Fri, 01 MarSofttest pays pty ltd
APS6 Senior Cyber Security Analysts » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Australian Citizens residing in Australia only respond. Essential criteria 1. Graduated with relevant cyber security qualifications, and a few years experience (3-6 years) in CSOC roles. Evidence of training and completion a cyber security certification 2. Demonstrated familiarity with log aggregation and Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) systems 3. Knowledge of the Information Security Manual (ISM) and cyber security concepts 4. Demonstrated working knowledge of Incident Response Frameworks (NIST SP 800-61 Incident Handling Guide, Mitre Frameworks) 5. Formal tertiary qualifications or industry certifications in a cyber security related field (e.g. Azure/AWS, Splunk Certified) 6. Worked in a Security/Network Operations Center (or similar) Desirable criteria 1. Highly developed written and verbal communication skills 2. Sound stakeholder relationship skills • Fri, 01 MarSofttest pays pty ltd
Security Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - analysis, requirements analysis definition and implementation of cyber security monitoring and reporting services, specifically... for the reporting of cyber metrics to Customers of the Services Australia Shared Services Gateway. Primary Technologies... • Thu, 29 FebSofttestpays
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Junior Cyber Security Operations Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - and Communication Technology (ICT) services and delivery of ICT projects. The Protective and Cyber Security Branch implements the... security, physical security, and cyber operations. The Cyber Operations team is responsible for the identification, response... • Thu, 29 FebSofttestpays
APS6 Senior Cyber Security Analysts » Melbourne, VIC - Australian Citizens residing in Australia only respond. Essential criteria 1. Graduated with relevant cyber... security qualifications, and a few years experience (3-6 years) in CSOC roles. Evidence of training and completion a cyber... • Thu, 29 FebSofttestpays
APS6 Senior Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - and Cyber Security Branch implements the requirements of the Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) and Information... across security governance, information security, personnel security, physical security, and cyber operations. The Cyber Operations... • Thu, 29 FebSofttestpays
Security Analyst, Cyber Threat intelligence, Penetration testing lead » Melbourne, VIC - Australian Citizens residing in Australia only respond. Security Analyst Cyber Penetration Testing Lead Cyber... the role of Cyber Security, to enhance the agencys security posture through innovation, operationalisation and maintenance... • Thu, 29 FebSofttestpays
Security Analyst baseline » Melbourne, VIC - of industry Cyber Security frameworks, best practices and standards including the Mitre Att&ck and D3fend frameworks. 3... security policy (i.e. Information Security Manual, Protective Security Policy Framework) and the ACSCs Cyber Security... • Thu, 29 FebSofttestpays
Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - of ICT projects. The Protective and Cyber Security Branch implements the requirements of the Protective Security Policy... oversight of Security across security governance, information security, personnel security, physical security, and cyber... • Thu, 29 FebSofttestpays
APS5 Junior Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - Australian Citizens residing in Australia only respond. Essential criteria 1. Recent graduate with relevant cyber.... Knowledge of the Information Security Manual (ISM) and cyber security concepts 4. Demonstrated working knowledge of Incident... • Thu, 29 FebSofttestpays
Junior Salesforce Admin Environment Team » Richmond, VIC - with team members including Developers, Testers, Project Managers, Cyber Security, Architects and Business Analysts Attend... • Thu, 29 FebSofttestpays
Cyber Defence Analyst, APS Level 5, Digital Strategy & Cyber Security » Canberra, ACT - Melbourne, VIC - services using leading edge technology and smart design. About the team The Cyber Security team is responsible... for oversight and management of cyber security within the department. The team is made up of 4 streams including: Governance, Risk... • Mon, 26 FebDepartment of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
Network Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - and maintain security measures to protect Microland's network against cyber threats, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity... • Sat, 24 FebLabour Support Group$100000 per year
Security Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - and reporting on security control compliance. The goal of this role is to validate the effectiveness and maturity of cyber security... • Wed, 21 Febnbn
Technical Business Analyst - Cyber Security » Melbourne, VIC - Our client, a prominent utility provider, seeks a Technical Security Business Analyst to join their team for a multi-year transformation initiative. Skills & Expertise: Previous experience in Business Analysis, preferably within the real... • Wed, 21 FebPeoplebank
IT Security Operations Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - About You Certificate or Degree in IT or another related field Previous experience in cyber security, IT Infrastructure and Networking... • Wed, 21 FebOrora
Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Candidate should have experience with administration of RSA Authentication Manager. Experience should include deploying authentication agents; configuring authentication policies; should be well versed with administering RSA SecurID tokens. Experience with Patching, configuration and upkeep of RSA Authentication Manager. Required to complete service requests or incidents tickets (as required) which involves trivial troubleshoot. Candidate should have experience with administration of RSA cloud authentication service. Experience should include configuring relying parties; configuring authentication policies; and configuring trusted network zones. Required knowledge to setup and use of various authentication methods. Experience with Administration functions to populate and manager users. Should be familiar with configuration of the Identity Router Virtual Machine and connecting to RSA cloud authentication service. Should have knowledge on establishing Risk-based Authentication and MFA policies. Will be responsible for developing and updating standard operating procedures and user guides (as required) need to support on call support INC management Mandatory Skills : (IBM SAM Enterprise Single Sign-On) IBM SAM Enterprise Single Sign-On • Tue, 13 FebWipro Ltd.
Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - JD for Microsoft Sentinel L3 Have hand on knowledge Microsoft cloud platform Azure with at least 9-12 years of experience. Expert Level experience with Plan, Design, Implement and Manage the Microsoft Sentinel for Enterprise customers. Experience in preparing the Project Plan, Design document, Runbook, SOPs for Microsoft Sentinel Solution Technical Skill Experience: - Define the SOC security architecture, ensuring that it meets the business requirements and performance goals. Azure Sentinel Administrator, Sentinel Architect Expert -Sentinel Use Case Build, Sentinel based SOC & Azure Logic Apps How you'll make an impact Provide SIEM support for Microsoft Sentinel Clients. Assist with client transition and onboarding serving as a point of contact for Managed Security Service clients. Act as a point of contact for clients as operational support of the SIEM and any related components. This position will require responsibility for maintaining Service Level Agreements (SLA) and notification to management about potential issues. Ability to explain and demonstrate how to use Microsoft Sentinel, to both technical and relatively non-technical personnel. Provide client and vendor support through tickets and/or remote working sessions. Implement, configure, and maintain the SIEM and any related Azure components. The ability to develop, deploy and tune SIEM content such as analytics rules, workbooks, and scripts. Responsibilities: Sentinel Log Analytics Knowledge of Architecture planning, Infrastructure designing deployment. Experience developing enterprise strategic implementation of Sentinel in large scale Architect and design solutions to meet functional security requirements in Azure Sentinel. Create and review Azure Sentinel architecture and solution design artifacts. Setup and configure Azure Sentinel, Azure Security Centre, Microsoft Defender, and M365 Security. Should have expertise in integrating data sources which are not supported by Sentinel tool OOB. Custom parser development and ability to solve technical issues in Sentinel must have requirements. Should have ability to prepare and maintain policy and procedure documentations around SIEM technology, document life cycle management skill is required. Should have expertise in consuming contents from content hub and management of log analytics workspace and ability to handle issues in MMA and AMA agents. Should have proven record of implementing Sentinel advanced features, efficient log collection mechanisms, deployment and maintenance of log forwarders, maintenance of local agents. Should have proven record of participation in customer or client reviews or global certifications regarding security controls in SIEM. Compliance and regulatory requirements understandings are good to have. Good to have strong knowledge in Microsoft Sentinel pricing, Microsoft defender products, Microsoft Cloud services and Azure Arc. Should have ability to work with stakeholders to solve technical issues and to support and deliver complex business, security, and operational requirements. Should have ability to work with vendor technical support group and driving issues towards effective and permanent closure. Drive strategic and complex projects with critical dependencies. Strong understanding of Azure security services, including Azure Security Center, Azure Sentinel, Azure Active Directory, Azure Firewall, Azure Virtual Networks, and Azure Key Vault. Configure and customize Microsoft Defender ATP, M365 ATP, or Azure Cloud App Security. Ability to migrate workloads to the cloud and optimize resource costs. Should have expertise in building custom analytical rules, tuning of analytical rules, building automation through Azure logic apps, management of entire product feature, end to end configuration. Should have expertise in forming KQL queries and functions for complex detection and monitoring requirements. Should have strong knowledge in MITRE attack framework and expertise in developing analytical rules and custom dashboards/workbooks across framework. Experience in log management, retentions, maintenance of logs at low cost, performing access management, developing new custom dashboard based on different requirements. Knowledge of security frameworks such as ISO/IEC 27001, NIST 800-53, OWASP, ISM. Azure certifications Sentinel Ninja Level 400, AZ500, SC200, SC100 & MS500 Microsoft Threat Protection • Tue, 13 FebWipro Ltd.
Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join us and let's make a bigger difference together. It's an exciting time to be joining Australian Unity - we have grown significantly over recent years and are transforming to capitalise on further growth opportunities to help our customers and employees thrive. We operate with commercial principles and with a strong social purpose to create community value. Australian Unity is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Established in 1840, we're Australia's first member-owned wellbeing company. Today we have over $1 billion in revenue and provide smart solutions and services to more than 700,000 Australians. We employ over 7000 people and our purpose is to Help People to Thrive. Your New Role: Uplift the Security and respond to emerging security threats impacting Australian Unity and our customers. Monitoring and responding to security incidents, and coordinating a cohesive response involving multiple teams across Australian Unity. Providing support during customer-facing incidents, proactively considering the prevention of similar incidents from occurring in the future. Assisting in secure development of pragmatic solutions that achieve business requirements while maintaining an acceptable level of risk. Communicating effectively with varying audiences at multiple levels of sensitivity. Building and improving on existing security tools and utilities (particularly within Australian Unity SIEM), enabling your team to operate at the pace and scale of Australain Unity and improving overall cyber security posture. Identifying and recommending solutions that improve or expand Australian Unity's incident response capabilities. Monitor and evaluate the impact of current security trends and advisories to Australian Unity and coordinating response (e.g. patching, configuration changes etc) as necessary across affected business and technical teams. Participating in efforts to promote security throughout Australian Unity. Take the end-to-end ownership of Cyber Security Incident Lifecycle. Author and/or contribute to security related standards, process and procdure. Participating in on-call rotation. About You: Strong cyber security experience with Security Information and Event Monitoring (SIEM), Security Orchestration and Automated Response (SOAR) and/or Splunk. Deliver quality services Experience in large enterprise environment Minimum IT Security related experience A proven record of successfully scoping, shaping and delivering sound IT Security Solutions. Deep technical skills (plan, build and run) across a broad range of infrastructure and Security technologies IT Security related certification Your Benefits: You will enjoy a range of great employee benefits and rewards including: Competitive Remuneration and Incentive Program A range of attractive product and service discounts from Australian Unity's Retail and Wealth Management portfolio - including health insurance and banking products Supported Learning and Career Development program Flexible Working Arrangements including Work-From-Home days with a real work-life balance Available access to LinkedIn Learning courses through our great Learning platform Additional paid Wellbeing and Community Volunteer Days yearly What Makes Us, Us Putting people first is not just something we say, it's what we do. We care for our people so they can care for themselves and our customers. We stay true to our values (Bold, Warm, Honest), we work hard because it matters and we work well together - collaborating, encouraging and even managing to have some fun. At Australian Unity we do the right thing and we expect the same from others. Being a member-owned company, means we're focused on our members and customers, not shareholder returns. Our purpose to Help People to Thrive, drives us to make a real difference, every day, big and small. We are passionate about improving the wellbeing of all Australians and about making a positive difference. Australian Unity is an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from all members of the community, including people of Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander descent, culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and, mature aged people. Apply now " • Sun, 11 FebAUSTRALIAN UNITY LIMITED
Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - Job Description: Job Description JD for Microsoft Sentinel L3 Have hand on knowledge Microsoft cloud platform Azure with at least 9-12 years of experience. Expert Level experience with Plan, Design, Implement and Manage the Microsof... • Sat, 10 FebWipro
Business Analyst - Cyber Security Program » Melbourne, VIC - As a Business Analyst in the Cyber Security Program, you will provide comprehensive and meaningful information..., analysis, and reporting to assist the Client. Business Analyst - Cyber Security Program Fed Gov - aviation sector / 24-month... • Thu, 08 FebHalcyon Knights$100304 - 118320 per year
CSIRT Security Analyst - Melbourne » Melbourne, VIC - , our cybersecurity vision is paramount, and our Cyber Security team consists of highly skilled Engineers, building out world-leading... out our CSIRT (Cyber Security Incident Response Team) capabilities, which is where you come in. You will help in... • Tue, 06 FebWiseTech Global
Customer Success Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Darktrace is currently expanding its Customer Success team, which will provide the successful candidate an opportunity to gain valuable experience in the rapidly evolving cyber security industry. You do not need any prior knowledge, just a notable enthusiasm for customer success and willingness to learn. This role is open to those with 1 to 3 years of professional experience. In the Customer Success role, you will be managing a number of named accounts across our global customer base. You will be responsible for driving adoption and outcomes leading to renewals, expansion, and advocacy across your portfolio. You should have a passion to learn about cyber security and AI, while always wanting to deliver the best service to our customers. For more information on our product and company, please consult our website. Key Duties & Responsibilities of the role: Manage a portfolio of existing Darktrace customers, ensuring that each customer gains maximum utility from their Darktrace deployment. Manage customer escalations to resolution, leveraging cross-functional teams within the business. Identify upsell and cross-sell opportunities within your portfolio of customers and work with Account Executives and Commercial Directors to drive proof of values. Manage and own the renewal processes from commercial negotiations to deal closure for your portfolio of customers. Work closely with Darktrace Registered Partners, Darktrace Commercial Directors, Account Executives, Subject Matter Experts, Technical Resources and Cyber Threat Analysts who will support you in performing your role. Have excellent organizational and project management skills, working with high valued customers in a pressurized environment. Constantly conduct health checks to drive satisfaction and retention. Present, discuss and demonstrate Darktrace cyber threat defense solutions to CISOs and information security experts as required. Additional Note: The safety of Darktrace staff is of paramount importance and decisions regarding a return to an office environment will be made when the pandemic situation and local, state and national government advice allows it. You will be assigned to a Darktrace office location as your primary place to work, although Darktrace employees are currently working from home. You may also be asked to travel, potentially at short notice, to visit customers provided that it is safe to do so, and is aligned with Darktrace policy and local, state and national guidance. This also will be reviewed when the pandemic situation and local, state and national government advice allows it. For this role you need to be tenacious, driven and have the following skill set: Minimum B equivalent grade point average from a leading University 1 to 3 years experience in a role that encompasses Customer Operations, Customer Success, Technical Account Management, Client Service or Consulting, Sales Ability to manage in complex and crisis situations in a confident and calm manner Able to effectively communicate with senior business professionals across every industry vertical Familiarity with enterprise networking technology Strong business acumen and negotiation skills Strong communication and presentation skills Willing to travel to accounts across the region Strong time management skills, self-motivation and to be goal-orientated at all times Able to effectively work as a part of team We are a young company with dynamic growth so you must be prepared to work hard and show continued commitment and dedication to the business. • Sun, 04 FebDarktrace
Technical Account Manager - Cybersecurity » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Our Why Datacom works with organisations and communities across Australia and New Zealand to make a difference in people's lives and help organisations use the power of tech to innovate and grow. We are looking for a Cybersecurity professional with the drive for ensuring operational maturity, service excellence and exceeding customer expectations with a focus on Vulnerability Management. About the Role (your why) As Cybersecurity Technical Account Manager, you'll manage and oversee our Government Customers vulnerability management program and tools. You will be working within a team of passionate, innovative and engaging people who focus on building, delivering and supporting state of the art Cyber Security Solutions and you will ensure that delivery of services to our internal and external stakeholders is upheld, achieving SLA's, meeting commercial obligations and contractual compliance. You'll be Canberra based and happy to be onsite with our customer approx. 2 days per week. We like to bring people together in person when we can, and we are mindful of the benefits of working from home for work/ life balance. We therefore leave it to you and the team you join to figure out what works best Due to customer requirements, you will need to be an Australian Citizen with an NV1 Government Security Clearance (or with a current Baseline and the ability to achieve an NV1). What You'll Do: You will play a crucial role in enhancing, managing, and maintaining our operational processes and procedures. Your core responsibilities will be to actively identify, assess, prioritize, and report on any security vulnerabilities found in our customers' systems and applications. You will collaborate with various technical delivery teams and engage with customer application and system owners to ensure the prompt and effective remediation of any vulnerabilities. Your will focus on ensuring the successful delivery of contracted services to our clients, in line with our master services agreements, managed service schedules, and other commercial agreements. In addition to these key duties, you will have the opportunity to shape and implement policies, as well as review standard operating procedures for our vulnerability management program. Mentoring junior analysts will also be an important aspect of your role, contributing to the professional development of our team. We are a pretty agile company, and are keen to respond to customer, technology and internal stakeholders' changing requirements and this can mean we evolve in our roles to meet those needs. What you'll bring You'll have previous experience: Working for a government customer or in a highly regulated industry Leading or managing a team of cyber security analysts Defining and implementing policies and standard operating procedures for cyber security programs. Experience monitoring the performance of operations team's productivity and contractual compliance, i.e., SLA achievement, aged ticket management, change management, etc. A customer centric approach, ensuring consistency in delivery of service. An understanding of Cybersecurity in an Operational or Professional Services environment. A background and knowledge of service delivery methodologies including ITIL and Project Management discipline would be advantageous. Along with the following: A minimum of 5 years of experience in Cybersecurity, with at least 3 years of experience in vulnerability management A security certification such as CISSP, CISM, CEH, OSCP, or equivalent Strong knowledge of common security vulnerabilities and threats, such as the OWASP Top 10, SANS Top 25, etc Excellent communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills Proficient use of vulnerability scanning and assessment tools such as Qualys, Tenable, and Rapid 7 Be familiar with vulnerability management frameworks and best practices such as NIST, OWASP, CVSS, etc The ability to work independently, and as part of a team; and be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines. A Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Cybersecurity, or a related field Why join us here at Datacom? Datacom is one of Australia and New Zealand's largest suppliers of Information Technology professional services. We have managed to maintain a dynamic, agile, small business feel that is often diluted in larger organisations of our size. It's our people that give Datacom its unique culture and energy that you can feel from the moment you meet with us. We care about our people and provide a range of perks such as social events, chill-out spaces, remote working, flexi-hours and professional development courses to name a few. You'll have the opportunity to learn, develop your career, connect and bring your true self to work. You will be recognised and valued for your contributions and be able to do your work in a collegial, flat-structured environment. We operate at the forefront of technology to help Australia and New Zealand's largest enterprise organisations explore possibilities and solve their greatest challenges, so you will never run out of interesting new challenges and opportunities. We want Datacom to be an inclusive and welcoming workplace for everyone and take pride in the steps we have taken and continue to take to make our environment fun and friendly, and our people feel supported. • Fri, 02 FebDatacom

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