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Customer Success Manager - Cyber Security » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - australia melbourne permanent au$120000 - au$160000 per annum super uncapped comms (170k ote) Join a Tier 1 Software (SaaS) organisation / vendor Excellent training program and progression pathway to CSM Lead Salary: Up to $120,000 Super Uncapped Commissions (170k OTE) About The Company: Our client provides one of the world’s leading Machine Learning (ML) based cyber security solutions which is used by over 8,000 organisations worldwide. In line with their APAC expansion, this recently listed organisation is growing their team and have an immediate opening based out of their office in Auckland About the role: This is the perfect opportunity for someone with Account Management or Customer Success Management experience that comes from a Technology / SaaS background or is looking for their break into Technology / SaaS Sales. You may be an existing Customer Success Manager, or Account Manager, Delivery Manager, or even coming from a Prodfessional Services environment looking to transition into a Customer Success/ Account Management role. This flexible work from home/office role will see you manage a portfolio of existing customers within the thriving Cyber Security Ecosystem. You will be responsible for driving renewals, account expansion (up-sell/cross-sell), and advocacy across your accounts whilst delivering the best service Full training and development will be provided by industry experts to bring you up to speed on all the solutions sold. You will be responsible for driving renewals, expansion, and advocacy across your accounts and delivering the best service This is a great opportunity for someone looking to gain valuable experience in the rapidly evolving cyber security industry Responsibilities: Manage a portfolio of existing customers Build and maintain strong relationships with customers Work closely with stakeholders across the company Maintain and grow revenue across verticals Present, discuss and demonstrate the solutions Benefits: Stunning CBD office Flexible work (remote office) Excellent commission structure Mentoring from successful individuals in the business Industry-leading training and development (overseas when permitted) Weekly socials – lunches and drinks About you: 3 years’ SaaS / Technology / Managed Services / Professional Services experience Have been in a Customer Success Management, Account Management, Sales Executive, Account Executive, Professional Services role before Demonstrated achievement across managing B2B accounts Comfortable with face-to-face interaction Possess clear communication skills Have valid working rights in Australia • Wed, 07 FebTalent International
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Cyber Security Policy Writer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Our client is running a cyber security uplift program and needs a cyber consultant to review and update their current policies inline with NIST framework. Policies will include IDAM, Data, Cloud, Infrastructure, Applications, and Incident response. This is a part-time role approximately 2 days per week over next 4-6 weeks with further 1 day per week for the following 4-6 weeks. This work could be completed out of business hours. If you have extensive experience in writing cyber policies and have the bandwidth to deliver this project please apply. • Thu, 29 FebAmbition Australia
Cyber Security Engineer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Cyber Security Engineer Date: 27 Feb 2024 Site: VCCC (Parkville) Location: MELBOURNE, VIC, AU, 3000 Company: Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Unit: IT Infrastructure Division: Digital Healthcare Innovation Department: IMCT Enterprise Agreement: IT Infrastructure At Peter Mac we aim to continuously improve cancer care, research and education across all cancers and for all people affected by cancer: changing lives, breaking new ground. Everything we do is underpinned by our core values, Excellence, Compassion and Innovation.Welcoming people from a wide variety of different backgrounds and experiences is critical to fostering innovation, cultivating compassion, attracting and retaining top talent and providing the best possible cancer care for our patients. YOUR ROLE IN OUR FUTURE This role is responsible for improving Peter Mac’s security posture by enhancing security controls for systems infrastructure, operational processes and making technical improvements as part of Peter Mac's ongoing security improvement plan. This role: - Ongoing Position within Peter Mac's IMCT… Click here to view more detail / apply for Cyber Security Engineer • Thu, 29 FebAtlamGroup
Cyber Security Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - and ITIL maturity; Develop processes and automation to improve cyber-security capability; Continuous learning orientation... be shared with the broader team; Attendance at two or more cyber-security training courses each year. 9. Openness... • Wed, 28 FebPeter MacCallum Cancer Centre
ICT Cyber Security Manager » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Reference Number: [[id]]:  [[title]]  Employment Type: [[filter2]]  Location: [[custJobl]]   About Northern Health:  As an organisation we have a clear focus on how we service and partner with our community, including our strategy of helping the community stay well when at home. Our reputation of community minded, inclusive and progressive is matched to none. Northern Health is located in the rapidly growing northern suburbs with projected growth the biggest in the state. With a booming, culturally rich and diverse community, and less than an hour’s drive from the CBD, Melbourne’s North is fast becoming the place to be  The Role: The ICT Cyber Security Manager is responsible for the development, implementation, testing and review of Northern Health’s ICT cyber security systems to meet the mandated DoH (Department of Health) cyber security controls. The primary role of the ICT Cyber Security Manager is to protect the integrity of the Northern Health Data and to prevent unauthorized access. You will be responsible for informing management, staff, and Government stakeholders about security measures, explain potential threats, install software, implement security measures, monitor networks, reporting and improvement of Information Security processes and standards. To be successful in this role you will have: Experience in performing penetration tests and auditing standards. Progressive experience in Information Security Services, in compliance with security regulations and frameworks. Proactive attitude within a collaborative environment. Experience with (but not limited to): Tenable o Cylance o Forescout o Cisco ISE o Cisco Umbrella SOC Other IPS / IDS tools WSUS SCCM Excellent customer focus and keen attention to detail. Information Security experience. Experience with medium scale Enterprise environment organisations. Firewall policy management knowledge (ASA.) Demonstrated level of understanding of Windows server including AD/DNS/IAS and Exchange. Good understanding of security authentication concepts such as wireless authentication - PEAP, Radius, TACACS. Network monitoring including syslog and SNMP. Excellent time and personnel management skills. Ability to work unsupervised. Have a valid/current Victorian driver’s license. Current National Police and Working with Children History Check. The Staff Immunisation Questionnaire must be completed by all new employees as part of the mandatory on-boarding process. New employees are not permitted to undertake any activity that requires patient contact prior to clearance by the Staff Immunisation Nurses; this also includes evidence of having the Flu vaccination on a yearly basis and being fully vaccinated against Covid-19. New employees with contra-indications to vaccinations or who decline vaccination are required to attend a face-to-face consultation with the Immunisation Nurses for appropriate documentation of their contraindications or declination. This must be completed PRIOR to commencing any work with Northern Health. Next Steps . . . If this opportunity sounds like the next step in your career, then we would love to hear from you. Please click on the 'Apply' button and follow the prompts. For further details, please contact: David Reichert at David.Reichertnh.org.au or 0422 144 509 Alternatively Please click on Position Description Applications close on 20 March 2024 Why work at the Northern Health? We offer a range of benefits to support and reward staff both personally and professionally, which includes: Health and Wellbeing programs, including our ‘Thrive’ program Flexibility in the workplace and extra leave options and support An inclusive and culturally safe space State of the art facilities and campus partnerships A commitment to ongoing professional development through our ‘Learning Labs’ Access to salary packaging, EAP and our online library  F or a glimpse of life at NH, click here.  Work with us Northern Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce which reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, as well as applicants who are LGBTIQ, who have different abilities, or are from culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds are encouraged.  All employees of Northern Health must comply with the health service’s Staff Health / Workforce Immunisation procedure (as amended from time to time) together with any relevant State Government and Departmental directives. This requires all employees to be vaccinated for various diseases such as, but not limited to influenza and Covid-19.  • Wed, 28 FebNorthern Health

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Governance, Risk and Compliance Advisor » Melbourne, VIC - honing and developing your current skillset in Cybersecurity? Are you passionate about learning Cyber Security technologies... (your why) With the ever-emerging threat on IT systems it is imperative Datacom continue to grow our Cyber practice. Are you interested in... • Wed, 28 FebDatacom
Cyber Risk - 2024/25 Vacationer Program (Melbourne) » Melbourne, VIC - about you. Your skills in offensive, defensive, security testing, cyber strategies, identity and access management, threat intelligence... with us. We know that as a student, you may not necessarily have significant experience in cyber security, and that's okay... • Wed, 28 FebDeloitte
Senior Legal Counsel » Docklands, VIC - of a legal team of highly regarded privacy and data/cyber protection experts that work closely with the business. As Senior... interrelationship of privacy and areas such as consumer laws, marketing, data governance and data security. Extensive experience in... • Wed, 28 FebMedibank
Cyber Security Architect » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description: Strong expertise in designing solutions with the standard IAM platforms like Okta Identity & SSO, enabling Identity Governance and single sign on services for both cloud and on prem applications. Possesses SME/ "deep" experience in enterprise IAM (Identity and Access Management), including but not limited to federated SSO (single sign on), MFA (multifactor authentication) user LCM (Lifecycle management) and provisioning, and Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) Experience in designing and leading identity lifecycle management efforts and migrating from one product to another. Handson experience in building SSO solutions with various protocols like SAML, OAuth, OIDC, and headers based applications and platforms. Experience in directory services like Oracle LDAP, and AD Strong experience in Network concepts, Load balancers, SSL, Git, Jenkins , JSON, JWT is required. Good understanding of the latest security principles like zero trust , delegated authentication and password less authentication to implement new standards in the authentication model. Experience with Okta Customer Identity products (CIAM) is required Must have working knowledge of Okta Lifecycle Management , Administrative APIs, Workflow, Widgets, Administrative Roles, Groups Rues, Access Policies, Identity Providers, Routing Rules, etc. Ability to implement automated provisioning of endpoint by using custom provisioning flows, SCIM or JIT capabilities. Experience with solutions like SailPoint, CyberArk, RSA , F5 or comparable products. Experience with Java, or another object oriented programming language is required. Familiarity with Agile and DevOps tools and methodologies Experience in Monitoring tools like Splunk, New relic is required. OKTA - Identity and Access Management • Wed, 28 FebWipro
National Security Discipline Lead » Melbourne, VIC - Security, Physical Security & Cyber) are delivered to the highest level. The National Security Discipline Lead... who is ready for the next step in their career at a Global Tier 1 Consultancy Firm. The role of National Security... • Wed, 28 FebWSP
Principal ICT & Security Consultant » Melbourne, VIC - , perimeter intrusion detection, Type 1A Security Alarm Systems, and Cyber Security. Collaborate with the local Buildings.... Join us. Job Description We are looking for an ICT / Comms all rounder with security experience to add to our team in Melbourne. What a day in this role will look... • Tue, 27 FebAECOM
Senior Cyber Security Specialist » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Senior Cyber Security Specialist Full Time - Permanent (Flexible) Band 8 - $120,339.78 - $134,850.06 super RDO (RDO applicable for full time 38 hours per week only) Supportive and Friendly team environment where we value growth and development Hybrid/flexible working arrangements and an emphasis on work/life balance Excellent employee benefits and competitive hourly rates You will have the chance to work for a progressive and innovative organisation that values and protects its information assets and systems, and that is committed to delivering high-quality services and solutions to its community. You will be able to apply your skills and knowledge in cyber security to a diverse and complex environment, and to face new and exciting challenges every day. You will be a key player in enhancing the security culture and resilience of Yarra City Council by leading and executing the cyber security vision, goals, and standards. You will also be able to evaluate and demonstrate the value and impact of the cyber security program, and drive continuous improvement and innovation. Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career in cyber security? Do you want to work for a progressive and innovative organisation that values and protects its information assets and systems? If yes, then you might be interested in the position of Senior Cyber Security Specialist at Yarra City Council. As a Senior Cyber Security Specialist, you will be responsible for: Developing, implementing, and maintaining the cyber security strategy, policies, standards, and procedures for Yarra City Council, in alignment with the business objectives and risk appetite. Establishing and overseeing a cyber security governance framework, including roles and responsibilities, reporting, monitoring, auditing, and continuous improvement. Managing the cyber security operations, including threat intelligence, vulnerability management, incident response, forensics, and recovery. Providing expert advice and guidance on cyber security matters to senior management, business units, and external stakeholders, and promoting cyber security awareness and culture across the organisation. Managing the cyber security budget, resources, and vendors, and ensuring the delivery of high-quality cyber security services and solutions. Evaluating and implementing emerging cyber security technologies and best practices, and ensuring compliance with relevant laws, regulations, and legislation. To be successful in this role, you will need: A relevant tertiary qualification in cyber security, information technology, computer science, or a related field, or equivalent experience. At least 5 years of experience in a senior cyber security role, preferably in a local government or public sector context. Certification in information security such as CISSP, CISM, CEH, SANS, OSCP is highly desirable. Certification in Microsoft security such as SC-900, SC-400, SC-300, SC-200 is highly desirable. A current Victorian Driver’s license. A valid current police check. Yarra City Council is a dynamic Organisation. We pride ourselves on our inclusive culture. We aim to continually improve service to the community. For further information see the position description or contact Jonathan Merriweather, Technology Services Lead on 03 9205 5226 or jonathan.merriweatheryarracity.vic.gov.au . 100600 - Senior Cyber Security Specialist - Position Description.pdf Applications close on 18 March 2024 at 11:55pm To apply for this role, please upload your CV, Cover Letter and Key Selection Criteria. This position is subject to satisfactory Police Check and Working with Children Check prior to commencement. Pre-employment checks are not used by Yarra City Council to prevent any applicant from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits. Yarra City Council is committed to being a child safe organisation and supports flexible and accessible working arrangements for all. This includes people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, culturally, religiously and linguistically diverse people, young people, older people, women, and people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex or queer. We draw pride and strength from our diversity, remain open to new approaches and actively foster an inclusive workplace that celebrates the contribution made by all our people. • Tue, 27 FebYarra City Council
Principal ICT & Security Consultant » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description We are looking for an ICT / Comms all rounder with security experience to add to our team in Melbourne. What a day in this role will look like: Lead the ICT and Comms design and delivery on projects, responsible for project costing, client engagement and briefing, development of technical solutions, documentation of design and specifications, and liaising with contractors during construction. Technical design of ICT and Security systems including communications passive infrastructure (structured cabling systems), IT Network (LAN, WAN, VoIP, Wireless), and electronic security systems, including CCTV, Electronic Access Control, intruder alarm, perimeter intrusion detection, Type 1A Security Alarm Systems, and Cyber Security. Collaborate with the local Buildings and Places team and national AECOM Technology Advisory group on a diverse range of projects in sectors including health, education, aviation, defence and justice. Mentor and provide technical guidance to junior team members and build your own career through professional development and training. • Tue, 27 FebAECOM
Principal ICT & Security Consultant » Melbourne, VIC - , perimeter intrusion detection, Type 1A Security Alarm Systems, and Cyber Security. Collaborate with the local Buildings.... Join us. Job Description We are looking for an ICT / Comms all rounder with security experience to add to our team in Melbourne. What a day in this role will look... • Mon, 26 FebAECOM
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
Security Engineering Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Employment Type Permanent Closing Date 6 Mar 2024 11:59pm Job Title Security Engineering Engineer Job Summary As a Security Engineering - Engineer, you thrive on collaborating with your team to design and deliver superior security and network experiences for our customers. You apply broad knowledge in the Information, Engineering and Cyber Security Domains to help shape the security controls required within solution designs (both people, process and technical) and support your team to identify, communicate and help treat corresponding security risks. Your continuous learning and improvement mindset and collaboration skills are critical to success in this role, as you continue to deepen your knowledge and expertise in the Information, Engineering and Cyber Security domains - including security technologies, cloud and corporate networks. customers. You apply broad knowledge in the Information, Engineering and Cyber Security Domains to help shape the security controls required within solution designs (both people, process and technical) and support your team to identify, communicate and help treat corresponding security risks. Your continuous learning and improvement mindset and collaboration skills are critical to success in this role, as you continue to deepen your knowledge and expertise in the Information, Engineering and Cyber Security domains - including security technologies, cloud and corporate networks. This position is for a DevSecOps Platform Engineer to work as part of the security team to assist the with the management of Cyber Security platforms. Key Responsibilities and Major Tasks: Troubleshooting and resolving issues with Cyber Security platforms; Maintaining uptime and coverage of platforms; Upgrading platforms and coverage; Providing reporting, metrics and health checks; Continuously improving operations of platforms; Maintaining documentation for platforms; Deploy platforms and pipelines within specific problem spaces critical to Telstra's needs; Apply engineering best practices, including Agile methodologies, CI/CD, and DevOps, while collaborating with a high-performing and motivated team; Thrive in a dynamic and autonomous environment, actively contributing to small, agile, and cross-functional teams; and Communicating across internal and external stakeholders Skills: Essential Evidence of Technical University Qualifications relevant to the role or Evidence of a minimum of at least three years of relevant recent experience; Self-starter with proven ability to work effectively with limited supervision; Ability to work as part of a small, agile and cross-functional team; Good Interpersonal and communication skills; Ability to manage multiple tasks and conflicting priorities in an effective way. Highly desirable Expertise in working with public cloud platforms such as AWS, Azure, or GCP; Experience in DevSecOps processes, tools and methodologies; Experience with Infrastructure as Code (e.g. Ansible, Terraform, etc.); Understanding of automation concepts, with experience in automating workflows; Experience in Linux systems administration with knowledge of working with secure operating systems; Ability to manage small projects and meet deadlines; Knowledge of working with Cyber Security frameworks (e.g. ISM, DIA, NIST ) When you join our team, you become part of a welcoming and inclusive community where everyone is respected, valued and celebrated. We actively seek individuals from various backgrounds, ethnicities, genders and abilities because we know that diversity not only strengthens our team but also enriches our work. We have zero tolerance for harassment of any kind, and we prioritise creating a workplace culture where everyone is safe and can thrive. We work flexibly at Telstra. Talk to us about what flexibility means to you. When you apply, you can share your pronouns and / or any reasonable adjustments needed to take part equitably during the recruitment process. • Mon, 26 FebTelstra
Account Executive - Cyber Security - SaaS » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - australia melbourne permanent au$10000 - au$120000 per annum s comms (240kote) About The Company: Talent has partnered with a Global Cyber Security vendor that provides one of the world’s leading Machine Learning (ML), and Artificial Intelligence (AI) based cyber security solutions which is used by 7,000 organisations worldwide. In line with their APAC expansion, this listed organisation is growing their sales team and have an immediate opening based out of their office in Melbourne In the last two years they have seen over 30% growth YoY and have doubled the team across ANZ. About the role: This is the perfect opportunity for someone with existing Cyber Security sales experience or SaaS sales experience looking to break into Cyber Security SaaS Sales. In this end-to-end sales role, you’ll be expanding on the Victorian patch by hunting for new mid-market to upper commercial clients across multiple industry verticals. Full training and development will be provided by industry experts to bring you up to speed on all the solutions sold. You’ll also have the opportunity to shadow the Sales Lead on best practice, as well as leverage on the capability of a tenured Sales Engineering team. Responsibilities: Liaise with a variety of audiences (Mid management to C-level) Identify and qualify new business opportunities Build and maintain strong relationships with customers Maintain and grow revenue across verticals Develop, document and implement account sales plans Benefits: Stunning CBD office Flexible work (WFH office) Excellent uncapped commission structure – Great kickers Mentoring from successful individuals in the business Industry-leading training and development (overseas when permitted) Regular socials – lunches and drinks International travel – Sales Kick Offs Salary: $100k to $120k Super Uncapped Comms ($200k-$240k OTE) About you: 2 to 3 years sales experience in SaaS/ Cyber Security/ Software / Technology sales Demonstrated achievement of sales targets in previous roles Enjoy the hunt for new business Comfortable with face-to-face interaction Possess clear communication skills Have valid working rights in Australia • Sun, 25 FebTalent International
Senior Cyber Operations Engineer, Privileged Access » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Opportunity to grow and develop your technical skills Join one of the most innovative cyber security teams in Australia Work with some of the best security minds in the industry Your Business: The Cyber Services Technology group protects the bank and our customers from theft, loss and risk events, through effective and proactive management of cyber security, privacy and operational risk. Your new team: The Cyber Security Technology team is responsible for ensuring we RUN and operate the technology that Cyber have invested into with high standards. The CBA Privileged Access Management Crew work in a high velocity, collaborative environment to achieve a common goal based on CBA's cultural values. Your impact and contribution: Collaborate with cross-functional teams to identify and troubleshoot issues related to identity and access management. Proactively monitor the platform's systems and related infrastructure to ensure optimal performance and availability. Participate in disaster recovery planning and testing. Respond to and troubleshoot incidents related to the platform and related systems. Mentor and train other IT professionals on the use and administration of the platform and related systems. Develop and maintain documentation, including standard operating procedures, technical diagrams, and knowledge base articles. Oversee and review configurations that is being deployed into the platform leveraging automation with a focus on operational excellence. We are interested in people who have: You will have strong experience in CI/CD, Ansible, GitHub, Team city (or Jenkins), Artifactory and Octopus is desirable Cloud technology (e.g. AWS, Azure) and entitlement management experience You can articulate business value through visualisation tools and applicable data points. Experience with Cyber Ark and broader IAM products ( Sail point IIQ, Ping) would be highly desirable. Secrets Management experience (specifically Hashicorp Vault) is desirable A passion for automation, orchestration and leaving nothing to be manual. Experience in Linux and/or Windows administration. Desirable: Knowledge in Privileged Access Management and Cyber Ark Proven experience in working in an Agile high paced operations team Active Directory and Linux/Unix Server Administration experience If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest, x15ventures), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career. We're aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 06/03/2024 • Sun, 25 FebCommonwealth Bank
Data Protection Security SME » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Flexible work arrangements to meet your needs Work with cutting-edge technologies. Be yourself at work WHO WE ARE: Accenture is a global professional services company with leading capabilities in digital, cloud and security. Find out more about us at www.accenture.com. ACCENTURE SECURITY Our Cyber Security business is rapidly growing, and we are hiring mid to senior level security professionals within a range of disciplines to support our goal and mission in doing our part to secure the most critical systems and organisations for our way of life to thrive in Australia. This role is aimed for a Data Protection Security SME who will be instrumental in understanding a client's current data security posture, identify relevant data security gaps and risks and be able to advise on and implement data security tools and apply data security concepts in mitigating data security risks. The Data Security engineer must have a good understanding of the various data security gaps and risks and advise on solutions to mitigate client concerns. An in-depth knowledge of the various security solutions and data security/data governance tools to meet the client's objectives and desired outcomes is required. The candidate should have a solid technical proficiency to evaluate various methods of securing data to ensure architectural decisions made are robust and scalable. With extensive cyber security knowledge, the Data Security Engineer will perform detailed Data Security Risk Assessments and implement technical solutions to mitigate identified risks. The Data Security Engineer is required to work independently and in a group setting, to achieve the best outcome for clients and Accenture. Skills Required: Key technical skills expected: Detailed knowledge of cybersecurity concepts and a good understanding of the various data security gaps and be able to advise on solutions to mitigate client concerns. Support and validate the discovery of sensitive information residing within data repositories (e.g., GitHub, network drives, databases) across an organisation. Ability to manage data security throughout its lifecycle from creation and storage to archiving and disposal. Provide technical expertise in protecting sensitive information from inadvertent disclosure and exfiltration while in-transit and at-rest. Develop and implement automated processes to align with corporate data policies. Work with stakeholders to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and security policies. Assist in creating and maintaining technical documents, including policies, procedures, and standards. Sourcing and implementing new security solutions to better protect the organisation. Conducting proactive research to analyse security weaknesses and recommend appropriate strategies. Liaising with vendors to implement security solutions. Hands on experience and able to architect, set-up, implement and configure data security solutions and data security/data governance tools such as Securiti.AI, Thales CipherTrust, Microsoft Purview or any equivalent tool to meet the client's objectives and desired outcomes. In-depth understanding of data security controls and data security concepts (encryption, access controls, DLP, key management, secure configuration management, Tokenisation, data cataloguing, obfuscation, masking, and data retention, archival) In-depth Knowledge of processes related to data protection. A good understanding and application of cloud security concepts Desired: Database access monitoring Certifications in one or more of the following: CIPP, CIPT, CISSP, CISA, or Security Baseline Security Clearance or the ability to obtain security clearance. Understanding of privacy laws Understanding of consent management, privacy notices, privacy risk assessment and privacy standards LI_GM • Sat, 24 FebAccenture
Security Solutions Consultant/Advisor » Melbourne, VIC - and other cyber security objectives will also be required. Key responsibilities include: Proactive collaboration with business... our industry, not just locally, but globally. We are looking for a passionate and experienced Security Solutions Consultant... • Fri, 23 FebSportsbet.com.au
Solution Architect - Cyber Security ICN » Melbourne, VIC - Solution Architect - Cyber Security ICN Fixed term 3 years, full time Attractive VPS 6 salary... Strategy. The role will also align organizational security strategy and infrastructure with overall DJCs and WoVG Cyber... • Fri, 23 FebState Government of Victoria$130673 - 174869 per year
Solution Architect - Cyber Security ICN » Melbourne, VIC - About this role Solution Architect - Cyber Security ICN Fixed term 3 years, full time Attractive VPS 6 salary... Strategy. The role will also align organizational security strategy and infrastructure with overall DJCs and WoVG Cyber... • Fri, 23 FebCorrections Victoria$130673 - 174869 per year
Solution Architect - Cyber Security ICN » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Solution Architect - Cyber Security ICN Fixed term 3 years, full time Attractive VPS 6 salary between $ 130,673 - $174,869 superannuation What does the business unit do? Emergency Management includes the department's emergency management accountabilities delivered through Emergency Management Victoria, Emergency Recovery Victoria, Sector Performance and Reform and emergency management statutory entities and offices. The work of the group supports the emergency management sector to work together and to strengthen the capacity of individuals, communities, government, agencies and business to achieve our shared vision of safer and more resilient communities and to rebuild and recover after an emergency. EM Technology and Data is responsible for both national and state technology platforms that enable communications to and from the community, sector operational communications and sector information systems. The EM Technology business unit is responsible for delivering the following key functions: Strategy & Enterprise Architecture Investment Planning Support & Development Procurement & Program Delivery Vendor & Contract Management What will the role do? The Solution Architect is to provide security architecture leadership, including planning and governance, to enable the effective planning, implementation and use of digital technology. The role works closely with the business at a senior level to facilitate Architecture options analysis and decisions to ensure solutions are designed to meet business security needs, project and program requirements as aligned to the Digital Strategy. The role will also align organizational security strategy and infrastructure with overall DJCs and WoVG Cyber security strategy. What skills and knowledge should a Solution Architect (Cyber Security ICN) have? As our ideal candidate, you will have: Extensive experience in Information Security and/or Cyber Security Architecture and/or Design role with a focus on security, performance and reliability. Experience in architecting and designing cloud-based business solutions, encompassing public (e.g. AWS, Azure, Google), private and hybrid models. Solid understanding of infrastructure and application development options in SaaS, PaaS, IaaS and on premise. Solid understanding of threat and risk concepts and the ability to articulate both as part of solution design. Solid understanding of security protocols, cryptography, authentication, authorisation and security. Good working knowledge of current IT risk landscape. Experience in developing and implementing security risk assessment models. And performing assessment of solution designs against these models, including security impact assessments. Good working knowledge of at least one (1) Cyber Security Frameworks such as ASD Essential 8, PSPF, ASD – ISM, COBIT, CIS Controls, ISO/IEC 27001 and/or NIST. Experience implementing multi-factor authentication, single sign-on, identity management or related technologies. Ability to interact with a broad cross-section of personnel to explain and enforce security measures. Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as business acumen and a commercial outlook. A degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or related field is highly desirable. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), CISM (Certified Information Security Manager and/or CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP) certifications is highly desired. If you have any queries, please contact Ross Nam, Enterprise Architect, via ross.namemv.vic.gov.au If this sounds like a compelling job that you believe your skills would be a great match for, please APPLY NOW. Applications close 11.59pm Thursday 7th March 2024. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: CHILD SAFE STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT: The Department of Justice and Community Safety is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. We seek to prevent harm of any kind impacting children and young people and have zero tolerance for racism, child abuse and inequality. Children and young people's rights, relationships, identity, and culture must be recognised and respected, their voices heard, and their concerns acted upon. We aim to foster a culturally safe, child safe and child friendly environment for all children and young people we have contact with, deliver services to, or are impacted by our work. How to apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening. If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, or require an alternative format to any of the application material, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this ad. FOR INTERNAL VPS EMPLOYEES: For all VPS employees, due to the new JSE policy, please apply through the JSE only to be considered for this position. For this particular vacancy, priority consideration applies to Victorian Public Service (VPS) and select employees of the Victorian Public Sector who apply through the Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) jobs board platform. For this particular vacancy, priority consideration applies to Victorian Public Service (VPS) and select employees of the Victorian Public Sector who apply through the Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) jobs board platform. For all VPS employees, due to the new Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) policy, please apply through the JSE to be eligible to be considered for this position in the first round. • Fri, 23 FebVictorian Government
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Network Security Engineer- Meraki » Melbourne, VIC - Are you passionate about pioneering security solutions in the hospitality and entertainment industry? We're on the hunt... for a Network Security Engineer with a flair for seamlessly integrating Meraki Firewall appliances with Zscaler ZIA. The ideal... • Fri, 23 FebLogicalis
Channel Account Manager - Telco » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Key Responsibilities As the world's leading vendor of Cyber Security, facing the most sophisticated threats and attacks, we've assembled a global team of the most driven, creative and innovative people. At Check Point, our employees are redefining the security landscape by meeting our customers' real-time needs and providing our cutting-edge technologies and services to an ever-growing customer base. If you want to make the world a safer place - you belong with us. You will be responsible for Developing and enabling Check Point channel partners and GSIs Fostering relationships between Partner Sales/Technical Teams and Check Point Reps. Building a business plan with key deliverables on revenue growth and new technology/customers. Drive focus on Check Point Deal Registration and other partner programs. Increase mind share against competitors and other distractions within focused partners. Provide regular pipeline updates and lead generation activity reports. Provide sales/marketing campaign support to reseller. Educate and train the dedicated channels. Qualifications What you bring to the table 5 years of channel experience in the Australian IT industry. Experience in partner management and enablement Entrepreneurial attitude and outlook Proven track record of success in an organization Result oriented, action driven and winning matters mindset Broad understanding of Cyber Security Marketing Campaign building and execution experience Ability to work autonomously and in virtual teams What you'll get in return Entry to a successful career in Cyber Security. Extensive training, development and investment in YOUR growth. Join a team that will support and back you in the market. Exposure to exciting and award winning technologies in the Cyber Security industry. Growth opportunities Freedom to make business decisions, take risks and be rewarded. Unlock your commercial and creative skills on projects for your partners and the wider business. Work with and build long-lasting relationship with a team of brilliant people. If this sounds like an ideal role for you then why wait? Apply now LI-MK3 Apply for this Position • Fri, 23 FebCheck Point Software Technologies
Junior SOC Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Employment Type Permanent Closing Date 27 Feb 2024 11:59pm Job Title Junior SOC Analyst Job Summary Who We Are We're an iconic Aussie brand with a global footprint. Our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive. We're all about providing the best experience and delivering the best tech on the best network. This includes making Telstra the place you want to work. For you, that means a having career that grows with you and working with a team powered by human connection that prioritises wellbeing and choice. Focus of the Role An excellent opportunity has become available for a highly motivated and passionate Junior SOC Analyst to join Telstra's Cyber Security team. The opportunity is available for candidates preferably based in Canberra, Melbourne or Sydney. The role operates on a 24/7 rotating shift pattern, which includes shift penalties. The opportunity: As a Junior SOC Analyst, you will be responsible for monitoring security alerts, triaging security events and analysing malware detections; along with also playing a key role in investigating critical security incidents and assisting in incident response for customers of Australia's largest telecommunications network. As a Junior SOC Analyst, you will have access to cutting-edge security technology that will assist in determining if a security incident has occurred using Telstra's vast technological landscape. All analysts are mentored from day one and supported from both within the team as well as across the wider Cyber Security business unit. Our team does not operate on a strictly tiered model, which means that all analysts are empowered to investigate security incidents from detection to resolution, providing significant opportunities for growth in this exciting role. What We Offer Performance-related pay Access to thousands of learning programs so you can level-up Global presence across 22 countries; opportunities to work where we do business. Purchased annual leave scheme Additional Telstra day off Additional 30% off Telstra products and services Toolkit provided (laptop mobile phone plan paid for) Recognition of prior service for recent defence members; carry over of long service leave to Telstra 4 weeks paid defence leave for Defence Reserve members What You'll Do Global Networks & Technology - Security & Operations is responsible for Telstra's security and operations, protecting Telstra's assets and infrastructure. Analyse event logs from platforms/devices to identity and triage security incidents. Respond to security incidents, within an SLA, following the incident response process to resolve information security incidents and threats. Identify gaps in the SOC's cyber capability and help remediate the gaps - along with contributing to the improvement of processes and playbooks surrounding the capability. Collaborate with various teams across the organisation to facilitate an improved security posture. Follow and contribute to the maintenance of incident response plans and related documentation to ensure consistent application and ongoing relevance of approaches. Support evidence collection requirements to ensure data gathered and reported is accurate and legally admissible. Investigate potential security threats and articulate implications on IT systems to various stakeholders for major incidents. Assist in the development and improvement of documentation that supports the business unit. Perform other tasks as directed by management from time to time. About You Proven experience of 1-2 years working in a Cyber Security role - highly desirable. Recent IT, network, or cyber security tertiary education and/or industry qualifications Understanding of SIEM technologies. Experience or exposure using a range of cybersecurity tools and systems including Endpoint Detection & Response tooling such as Microsoft Defender and Crowdstrike Falcon. Experience or exposure using a range of cyber security tools and systems. Industry recognised network or security qualification (GSEC, CCNA/CCNP, OSDA, BTL1 or other related certification). Programming or coding ability in commonly used languages today. Be eligible and willing to obtain an NV1 security clearance. Please note all candidates must be Australian Citizens and be willing and eligible to obtain an NV1 AGSVA security clearance. If you are looking to take the next step in your career, we want to hear from you When you join our team, you will become part of a welcoming and inclusive community where everyone is respected, valued and celebrated. We actively seek individuals from various backgrounds, ethnicities, genders and abilities because we know that diversity not only strengthens our team but also enriches our work. We have zero tolerance for harassment of any kind, and we prioritise creating a workplace culture where everyone is safe and can thrive. When you apply, you can share your pronouns and/or any reasonable adjustments needed to take part equitably during the recruitment process. • Fri, 23 FebTelstra
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...Job Expectations An exciting opportunity has presented itself at nbn as a Security Analyst reporting to the Senior... • 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... with cybersecurity tools, technologies, and frameworks, including Security Monitoring, Threat Protection, Vulnerability Management... • 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... within Orora, making you a key player in our ongoing security efforts. You will be a vital part in securing our organisation... • Wed, 21 FebOrora
Cybersecurity Architect » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - 3 months CONTRACT with potential extensions Hybrid role (2 days onsite in Melbourne CBD) Required certifications: CISSP/CSSP/CISM and Azure AZ500 Ideal candidate must have: Adept in conducting Threat and Risk Assessments for various cloud services such as Azure, AWS, O365, D365, ServiceNow, SuccessFactors, PowerApps, Salesforce, Oracle Cloud, and etc. Proficiency in creating System Security Plans, Protective Data Security Plans, Security Risk Profile Assessments, Microsoft Cloud Application Security, Oracle Guard, Salesforce Security Health Reports , etc. Familiarity with implementing the ASD's Essential 8 Requirements. In-depth knowledge of Cloud Security Architecture across all Cloud Service models (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) . Must have Azure AZ500 and CISM/CISSP/CSSP certifications . Experience with Conditional Access, Identity Protection, and Privileged Identity Management. Demonstrated experience in applying best practice information security frameworks and aligning them with risk management frameworks . Experience in reviewing and analyzing penetration testing reports to develop risk management strategies . Experience in designing secure infrastructure environments and proficiency in Identity and Access Management (IDAM) . What you'll be doing: Collaborate with the Cybersecurity Technical Team to evaluate the Security Assurance Cyber Security initiatives within the organization. Tasks include completing Information Security Classification, System Security Plan, Threat and Risk Assessment, and preparing security briefings. Aid in the enhancement and evaluation of the organization's Identity and Access Management security practices. Oversee and maintain cyber security tools across both Cloud and On-premises IT services . Regularly produce assurance reports on the security status of organizational Cloud/On-Premises IT Services for the Cyber Security Manager. Offer guidance on critical security gaps and propose solutions to enhance the organization's ICT environment. Assess security alerts and vulnerabilities from service providers and vendors, evaluate their impact, and collaborate with relevant teams to implement timely fixes. Provide insights into the effectiveness of information security policies and standards. Evaluate security assurance procedures and suggest opportunities for automating foundational security assurance tasks. Assist in conducting information security incident forensics and analysis, adhering to established security incident management protocols. Proactive management of compliance with the Victorian Protective Data Security Standards (VPDSS ). If this opportunity aligns with your expertise and aspirations, please apply Please feel free to reach out directly to me at mmeah(at)aurec.com , should you have any questions • Wed, 21 FebAurec
Chief Information Security Officer » Melbourne, VIC - About this role Lead the development and implementation of a cohesive cyber and information security framework. Full... Officer to lead the department's cyber and information security management functions. About the Business Unit Corporate... • Tue, 20 FebCorrections Victoria
Chief Information Security Officer » Melbourne, VIC - Lead the development and implementation of a cohesive cyber and information security framework. Full time fixed term... department's cyber and information security management functions. About the Business Unit Corporate Services... • Tue, 20 FebState Government of Victoria
Information Security Specialist » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - australia melbourne permanent au$150000 - au$160000 per annum 12 Month Fixed Term Contract – $150,000 -160,000 Super CBD Location – Hybrid Working Arrangement Implementation of Information Security Policy framework The Information Security Specialist will be responsible for assisting the Information Security team with the implementation of Information Security Policy framework and controls. You will be responsible for: Evaluation of implemented Information Security Policies, Standards and Procedures across the organization Ensure effective risk management practices are in place Ensure a strategic and integrated approach to cyber security, policies and processes Set, manage and maintain the IT security policies and strategies Apply effective leadership in the implementation and operation of risk and security frameworks You will have: Strong experience working in a Security/Compliance Manager position Strong working knowledge of IT governance and/or information governance Knowledge of common information security management frameworks, such as ISO/IEC 27001, ASD, COBIT and NIST. Strong experience in Third Party Risk Assuracne Knowledge of enterprise information and cyber security processes, concepts, and best practices Regulatory compliance knowledge including PCI, VPDSF as well as knowledge and experience of network and infrastructure security and vulnerabilities. What’s in it for you: CBD Location – Hybrid Working Arrangement 12 Month Fixed Term Contract – $150,000 -160,000 Super Government Agency Please apply today to secure an interview or for more information call Xavier Cusack on 9236 7752. • Tue, 20 FebTalent International
Senior Cyber Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - Be a part of a high profile Cyber Security program Rewarding and challenging role Great culture and team environment... Cyber Security protects the bank and our customers from theft, losses and risk events, through effective and proactive... • Tue, 20 FebCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Account Executive - Cyber » Melbourne, VIC - Cyber AI, our client delivers world-class cyber security solutions to organizations of every size. With offices worldwide...Account Executive – Cyber Hybrid – Melbourne 70-90k Base, Uncapped OTE + Amazing Benefits As a global leader in... • Mon, 19 FebCertus Recruitment$70000 - 90000 per year
2024/25 Cyber Summer Vacation Program - Melbourne » Melbourne, VIC - and information security risks. We help set governance strategies, design frameworks and respond to time critical cyber and privacy..., and achieve stability and growth. Our Cyber team specialise in working with clients to proactively manage technology... • Mon, 19 FebMcGrathNicol
Melbourne Cyber Security & Privacy Graduate Program » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Do you want to work in a flexible and supportive environment where you are connected to an extensive network with world-class networking and career growth opportunities? Our Graduate Program has been designed to provide you with the technical, personal, and professional development to enable you to become our next generation of partners, managers and industry leaders What we offer: At RSM, you do meaningful and impactful work that makes a real difference in people's lives. RSM Australia supports a people-centric and collaborative culture where we are committed to empowering and developing you. As a leading professional services firm, we invest in your future and connect you to an extensive network of national and global resources. Learning from the best and brightest minds in the business world , the RSM Graduate Program will help launch your career by offering a diverse range of benefits: Receive a $500 professional start-up bonus; CA Program financial support and membership, paid study leave, and course completion bonuses; Access to senior leaders and technical experts who guide, mentor and shape your career; Access to structured programs and technical conferences to aid professional development; Employee Assistance Program to support positive mental health and wellbeing; Regular office social events to build your professional networks; Total Permanent Disability and Income Protection insurance for all permanent employees; Experience working on a diverse range of clients; and Being part of a Top 100 Graduate Employer award-winning program Who we are: RSM Australia is a member of RSM, the world’s 6 th largest network of audit, tax and consulting firms. We are an award-winning professional services firm with over 100 years experience supporting Australian businesses. We believe in putting people first and we are proud to have developed a work culture that fosters growth, collaboration and success. What you’ll do: As a Cyber Security and Privacy Risk Graduate at RSM, you will have the opportunity to develop and apply fundamental cyber, consulting and audit skills, understand information security controls and how they relate to engagement requirements, and much more What does the Cyber Security & Privacy division do? Work with a diverse and talented team professionals who will mentor and support you. Our Cyber Security & Privacy team takes on a wide range of exciting responsibilities, including: Governance, Risk and Compliance for IT general controls Technology risk assessment Resilience and penetration testing Technology regulation compliance Who you are: You are an ideal candidate for this role if…. You are currently studying towards or completed a bachelor’s degree in Cyber Security, Commerce, Finance, Computer Science or Information Technology; Integrity is one of your core values, and you hold yourself and those you work with to a high standard of professionalism and mutual respect; You have a keen interest in Cyber Security; You are able to effectively communicate with clients and colleagues; You are a self starter and a team player, and you can bring your unique skills and ideas to the table; You possess a can-do attitude and a passion for continuous learning and professional growth. How you apply: At RSM, we understand you have a lot going on between studying, part-time jobs, friends and family commitments, so we have made sure the application process doesn’t take up too much of your time. If you are ready to be part of the change with RSM, Click “apply” and complete our online application, attaching your resume, cover letter and transcript. • Mon, 19 FebRSM Australia
Cyber Security Operations Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - We have a newly created critical to mature and optimise the cyber incident response function at DEECA. So we're looking for someone who's serious about cyber security as we are. Could this be you? The Cyber Security Operations Manager sits in the Information and Cyber Security Branch, and plays a pivotal role in leading the Department of Environment, Energy and Climate Action's (DEECA) efforts to maintaining a secure and resilient environment. This role will lead a team that provides proactive monitoring, analysis and response to evolving threats of the technology environment. If you believe you have what it takes to be our Cyber Security Operations Manager, let us know for a private chat or simply submit your application. Specialist/Technical Expertise/Qualifications 8 years of experience in cyber security operations, managing security incidents and response. 2 years related manager or lead experience. In-depth knowledge of modern security concepts such as common attack vectors (MITRE ATT&ACK framework), malware, security analytics, threat intelligence and trends. Strong knowledge of on-premise and cloud security technologies, infrastructure, capabilities and services, including endpoint security, operating system patching and hardening, vulnerability management, identity and access management, cloud security, email security, and SIEM solutions. Creates and maintains strong relationships with stakeholders to drive outcomes and create alignment on a vision of security operations. Able to communicate technical ideas and strategies effectively to non-technical audiences, including executive leadership, via multiple mediums (e.g., written communications, verbal communications, presentations, etc.). Builds effective relationships with third party providers, suppliers, and partners. Able to work independently and prioritise work to manage conflicting deadlines. Advanced degrees and/or relevant certifications (e.g., CISSP, CISM, CISA) are highly desirable. This is an ongoing position. The work location for this position is flexible within Victoria with hybrid work arrangements available. To be considered for this position, applicants are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter (no longer than 2 pages) summarising their skills and relevant experience. For further information please refer to the attached position description. Applications close at midnight on Monday, 4 March 2024. Other relevant information: Preferred candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment screening, including a Declaration and Consent form and a National Police Check. To be eligible for appointment to this role, applicants will possess corresponding work rights for the advertised employment period. Appointment to an ongoing position is only available to an Australian/New Zealand citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident. A Diverse, Inclusive and Flexible Workplace DEECA welcomes applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds and we focus on the essential requirements of the job and being consistent and fair in our treatment of all applicants. We also understand that a balanced life is important to our employees. Talk to us about our flexible options such as working some days from home, starting early or late, working part time, job sharing or accessing paid or unpaid leave. • Mon, 19 FebVictorian Government
Cyber Security Operations Manager » Melbourne, VIC - looking for someone who's serious about cyber security as we are. Could this be you? The Cyber Security Operations Manager sits in the... Information and Cyber Security Branch, and plays a pivotal role in leading the Department of Environment, Energy and Climate... • Mon, 19 FebState Government of Victoria$130673 - 174869 per year
Cyber Security - IDM Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - Docklands, VIC - looking for an experienced Cyber Security - IDAM Engineer Key Responsibilities: Hands-on experience in using any one IDM product... Management and Security Domain. The company is growing at a very fast pace with new and existing clients, solutions, technologies... • Mon, 19 FebDelivery Centric$100000 per year
2025 Cyber Graduate Program - Melbourne » Melbourne, VIC - and information security risks. We help set governance strategies, design frameworks and respond to time critical cyber and privacy... environments, to effectively resolve cyber incidents and implement improvements for the future; and (5) Information Security... • Mon, 19 FebMcGrathNicol
Cyber Security Lead Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About Us: Infosys is a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting. We enable clients in more than 50 countries to navigate their digital transformation. With over four decades of experience in managing the systems and workings of global enterprises, we expertly steer our clients through their digital journey. We do it by enabling the enterprise with an AI-powered core that helps prioritize the execution of change. We also empower the business with agile digital at scale to deliver unprecedented levels of performance and customer delight. Our always-on learning agenda drives their continuous improvement through building and transferring digital skills, expertise, and ideas from our innovation ecosystem. Visit www.infosys.com to see how Infosys (NYSE: INFY) can help your enterprise navigate your next. Job Title Lead Engineer Short Description: Looking for a Lead IDAM engineer who has significant experience in a Cyber Security/Data Security/Identity and Access Management and willing to work in a security DevOps environment. Location: Perth/Melbourne /Sydney, Australia Education Qualification: Bachelor's degree or foreign equivalent required. Will also consider three year of relevant work experience in lieu of every year of education At least 10 years of experience with Information Technology IDAM Specific Responsibilities (Saviynt and/or SailPoint IDN IDAM tool) Designing the entire user life cycle management interfacing with surrounding systems in the environment e.g., HR, Active Directory, etc. Demonstrate implementation experience of RBAC. Demonstrate Access Governance experience - Access Certifications, SoD, etc. Demonstrate thought leadership and industry best practices for application onboarding, application connectors and their nuances. Experience of coexistence and integration patterns of IGA and organizations' access request systems Design experience of DR environment with required RTO and RPO. Install, customize, configure, and support identity provisioning and other governance tools Develop work flow diagrams, documentation Lead to create and implement when rolling out new provisioning and role management Identify and communicate high-level gaps and issues in primary functional area Drive RBAC process improvements and policies Champion problem management best practices, drive root cause resolution and reduce future incidents Collaborate with IAM product vendor on root cause and help drive mitigation or elimination actions for future incidents Complete Knowledge on implementation of Saviynt for provisioning and Role management Proactively identify Risk and Issues, establish mitigation strategies, proactive communication to keep all stake holders up to date, Escalation Management (for and against) Should have strong experience and expertise in design, implement, deploy, configure, extend, or support Identity & Access Management solutions for various clients. Good understanding of compliance and identity governance, Lifecycle Management processes and should be able to do customization to meet complex requirements Deploying connectors for various target systems and Good understanding of IDM out of box connectors and custom connector development Hands on with aggregation workflows tasks rules and roles Strong understanding of internal technicalities of IDM tools (Sailpoint, ForgeRock, Saviynt, etc.) Exposure on inner workings of various IDM tools ( Saviynt IdentityIQ etc) and be able to translate customer needs into a suitable and maintainable solution. Experience in implementing/ managing fully integrated, highly available application environment Understanding of Role Based Access Control Governance and Access Certification in IDAM Practical knowledge and experience with JavaJ2EE XML XHTML JSF development skills Knowledge and Experience with SQL Databases to support IDAM platforms Experience with Agile/Scrum based project execution Must have knowledge of supporting technical components for complex applications Must have an advanced knowledge of core technologies for Saviynt, such as Java Bean Shell, XML, PowerShell, Windows, Active Directory, LDAP, and RDBMS. Experience in Cloud based deployment and CI/CD using Devops tools PKI Specific Responsibilities Strong knowledge of PKI concepts, patterns and practices In-depth knowledge of current PKI technologies and their future direction Thorough knowledge of security technologies and associated products Well-developed leadership, management, communication and consulting skills. Candidates must demonstrate an ability to deliver consultancy services and technical advice, as well as managing small teams. Strong technical writing skills Strong diagnostic and problem-solving skills The ideal candidate should have more than 10 years' experience in supporting / deploying Identity platforms and security solutions (IAM & PKI) for large global enterprise environments with more than 50 000 active users. Strong knowledge of PKI and integrated services required (Intune, SCEP, NDES, Domain Controllers Applications, and Network devices) Experience PKI Certificate lifecycle solution highly beneficial (KeyFactor & EJBCA) Understanding of network topologies and firewalls. Support skills should be up to date and not afraid of getting involved with the day-to-day support of the Identity environment, the individual should be able to function as a 4th level escalation point for the identity operations team. Traditional Active Directory and knowledge of Azure Active Directory experience is a must. Build successful partnerships with key stakeholders in the business as well as be highly technical who can deep-dive and contribute to solution roadmaps aligning to IS&T and the business strategy. Excellent Active Directory multi forest experience Experience with hardened AD environments. Infosys is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of gender or other attribute covered by equal opportunity legislation. At Infosys, we recognize that everyone has individual requirements. If you are a person with disability, illness or injury and require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, please contact our Recruitment team for adjustment only on Infosys_tainfosys.com or include your preferred method of communication in email and someone will be in touch. Please note in order to protect the interest of all parties involved in the recruitment process, Infosys does not accept any unsolicited resumes from third party vendors. In the absence of a signed agreement, any submission will be deemed as non-binding and Infosys explicitly reserves the right to pursue and hire the submitted profile. All recruitment activity must be coordinated through the Talent Acquisition department. "All aspects of employment at Infosys are based on merit, competence and performance. We are committed to embracing diversity and creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Infosys is proud to be an equal opportunity employer." EOE/Minority/Female/Veteran/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. • Mon, 19 FebInfosys LTD
Splunk Engineer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Application closing date: Friday, 01 March 2024 • 11:59pm, Canberra time Estimated start date: Monday, 01 April 2024 Location of work: VIC Working arrangements: Remote working may be suitable to support the requirements of this role. The Department also supports flexible working from home arrangements on a case-by-case basis subject to the business needs of the supervising manager and business unit. Please indicate clearly in your response the candidates desired work location if outside ACT/Canberra. Length of contract: 12 months Contract extensions: 2 x 12 months Security clearance: Must have Baseline Rates: $120 - $140 per hour (inc. super) The Department of Industry, Science and Resources (DISR) plays a key role in the Australian Government’s agenda to create jobs and build a stronger, more resilient, and competitive economy. The Chief Information Officer Division (CIOD) is an exciting, fast-paced division that drives the digital agenda for the Department. The Cyber Security team within the Digital Strategy & Cyber Security branch is seeking to engage a Splunk Engineer to lead the engineering, administration and tuning of a highly complex Splunk environment. The Splunk Engineer will be responsible for maintaining the overall Splunk architecture and the effectiveness and efficiency of the SIEM. This includes proficiency in managing search heads, indexers, deployment servers and heavy forwarders. To assist the mission of the SOC, a strong understanding of Enterprise Security and SOAR is required. The Splunk Engineer will work closely with other members of the SOC and Cyber security team. The Splunk engineer should also demonstrate advanced knowledge of Splunk Cloud and the configuration of federated search. The Splunk engineer will engage with end users, external teams and vendors to gather requirements, troubleshoot issues, and provide support for the creation of Splunk search queries and dashboards. The Splunk engineer will require good understanding of ITIL and change processes. Key Responsibilities: Manage Splunk Cloud environment application updates, dashboarding, integrations and health checks Onboard new data/log sources Run queries and searches to inform SOC requests Perform data quality and data model assessments on a periodic basis Maintain Heavy Forwarding logging infrastructure Maintain existing on premise Splunk enterprise and SOAR - including patching, application updates integrations and health checks Assist in playbook and automation maintenance Assist in Use Case development Investigate technologies to assist with vulnerability analysis and remediation efforts Stay up-to-date with the latest security threats, vulnerabilities, and trends in the cybersecurity industry Essential Criteria Bachelor's degree in Cyber Security, Information Technology, or related field. Relevant certifications such as Splunk User, Core, Architect, ES and SOAR are preferred. 3 years of experience in cybersecurity Knowledge of common cybersecurity threats, vulnerabilities, and attack vectors. Experience with Splunk Enterprise Security, Splunk Cloud and Splunk SOAR Experience with case, incident and ticket management Experience with ITSM tools such as ServiceNow and Atlassian Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment. Strong problem-solving and analytical skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Sun, 18 FebCYOS Solutions
Cyber Engineering Specialist » Melbourne, VIC - pressing transport challenges that are slowing cities down. About the role We’re seeking a Cyber Engineering Specialist who... will focus on reducing our security risks to our systems, information, and processes. You’ll join an innovative team... • Sat, 17 FebTransurban
Lead Control System Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - We're the global leader in providing energy solutions that help businesses grow and communities thrive. We work as a team and we're proud of the difference we make to customers, to local communities, and towards a sustainable future for the world. We're looking for a Lead Control System Engineer to join our team at our Melbourne Depot in Braeside, Victoria. About this job: Aggreko seeks a Lead Control System Engineer to provide strategic oversight of our control and SCADA platforms across the APAC region. This role demands a leader with a strong background in control systems, operational experience, and exceptional organisational skills. The ideal candidate will be an energy transition enabler responsible for maintaining operational excellence, ensuring cyber security compliance, refining roles, and responsibilities, and managing the lifecycle of control systems. As the Lead Control System Engineer, you'll guide our control and SCADA team within the Engineering department and work alongside Aggreko's system designers across the APAC region and globally. Your role will be pivotal in upholding best practices and industry standards for control platforms and design and operation documentation. Working with advanced bespoke and off-the-shelf power system control systems, you will work closely with Aggreko's global controls development team and be exposed to a diverse range of market sectors and applications. Key Accountabilities: Oversee and manage control platforms in APAC, focusing on operational performance, defect management, team capabilities, continuous improvement, risk, and financial aspects. Lead the development of innovative software and hardware to elevate infrastructure control capabilities. Provide input in site design and commissioning to ensure standards are met and facilitate a smooth and continuously improving transition to operations. Support operations, manage risk, and ensure compliance with controls, cyber security standards, and working practices, including change management. Define processes for decommissioning and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to manage the control systems ecosystem. Develop and communicate a roadmap for the control platform, considering lifecycle management, feature improvements, customer operation enhancements, and efficiency drives. Success Factors: Solid background in control systems with operational experience. Strong administration skills, highly organised in change management, documentation, planning, and communication. Proven ability to engage with operations and stakeholders on change requirements throughout the lifecycle of each site. Qualifications and Skills: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or related field. Minimum of 8 years of experience in control systems management and architecture, with a focus on operational performance. Competence in platforms such as CODESYS, PlantSCADA/Citect and RSLogix. Proficient in network design and remote access infrastructure, with a good grasp of IP networking, VLANs, and routing. Expertise in crafting and implementing software and hardware solutions for control infrastructures. Deep understanding of cyber security standards and risk management in control systems. Stellar communication skills, capable of liaising effectively across various organisational levels. Strong leadership qualities, with the ability to drive continuous improvement and innovation. Find out more and apply now. Join us. Bring your energy. Grow your career. LI-MP1 About Aggreko We welcome people from different backgrounds and cultures, and respect people's unique skills, attitudes and experiences. We encourage everyone to be themselves at work because we know that's how we do our best, for each other, for our customers, for the communities where we work, and for our careers. Equal Opportunity Employer, including disability and veterans. • Sat, 17 FebAggreko
Senior Security Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - You are a problem solver with a strong background in cyber security, technical risk and threat modelling. We are one of the best and most advanced Cyber Security teams in Australia. Together we can contribute to protecting the group, its customers and community. Your business: The Technology division delivers the Group's information technology and banking operations functions to ensure the highest levels of customer service through world-class process excellence and technology innovation. Cyber Security protects the bank and our customers from theft, losses and risk events, through effective and proactive management of cyber security, privacy and operational risk. We support our people with the flexibility to balance where work is done with at least half your time each month connecting in office. We also have many other flexible working options available including changing start and finish times, part-time arrangements and job share to name a few. Talk to us about how these arrangements might work for you. Your new team: Group Technology is responsible for the world-leading application of technology and operations across every aspect of the bank, from innovative product platforms for our customers to essential tools within our business. We also use technology to drive efficient and timely processing, an essential component of great customer service. The Security Engineering team protects the group and our customers from theft, loss and risk events, through effective and proactive management of cyber security, privacy and operational risk. Your impact and contribution: As the Senior Security Engineer, you are responsible for the end-to-end delivery and design across a variety of cyber security initiatives, projects and uplifts. You will be able to work with new and exciting technologies, while making a significant impact through hands-on design, architecture and delivery, all while working across a large-scale security landscape. The role's main focus will be working across a number of business domains (specifically Business Banking and Payments) and being responsible for providing end to end security outcomes as part of the SDLC lifecycle. This may include providing security design artefacts, threat modelling and offering advice and support across technical risk and security analysis. You will also: Be part of the Practice Innovation Taskforces to contribute to the strategic direction of Security Engineering and drive security as part of the end-to-end delivery process. Contribute to making sure security is embedded as part of the business. Have the ability to interpret and understand key cyber controls across the group. Secure business capabilities through consulting, contribution, and integration of security services. Providing guidance to juniors and peers on security concepts and/or contribute to security strategies like patterns, reference architectures etc. Contribute and review design and engineering artefacts to ensure the group's policies, standards, objectives, regulations, compliance obligations and industry best practices are met. Identify security requirements, qualify threats to design and build countermeasures to minimise cyber risks. Ensure security requirements are being met through design and operating effectiveness. Facilitate the on-boarding of cyber security capabilities via the consumption of integration specifications and patterns. We are interested in people who: Will bring experience across cyber security engineering and design, having previously worked across a similar large-scale business environment. You are proficient in managing cyber threats and security risk while influencing, designing and implementing new and modern deployment initiatives. You will bring: Proficiency in threat modelling, DevSecOps and control engineering. Solid understanding of cryptographic principles and Identity and Access Management (IAM). Experience in designing and implementing modern deployment initiatives such as; microservices, web applications, APIs, containerisation, event driven, mobile applications and integration platforms. Experience in developing within an API centric consumption/on boarding ecosystem is highly regarded. Proficiency in implementing cloud native security solutions in AWS preferred but not limited to. Experience in Payment services - PCI-DSS, SWIFT and NPP and or Cryptography - PKI, Keys are highly desirable but not essential. If this role is of interest to you, please apply directly or reach out to have a confidential discussion in more detail. 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Lead Control System Engineer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - We're the global leader in providing energy solutions that help businesses grow and communities thrive. We work as a team and we're proud of the difference we make to customers, to local communities, and towards a sustainable future for the world. We're looking for a Lead Control System Engineer to join our team at our Melbourne Depot in Braeside, Victoria. About this job: Aggreko seeks a Lead Control System Engineer to provide strategic oversight of our control and SCADA platforms across the APAC region. This role demands a leader with a strong background in control systems, operational experience, and exceptional organisational skills. The ideal candidate will be an energy transition enabler responsible for maintaining operational excellence, ensuring cyber security compliance, refining roles, and responsibilities, and managing the lifecycle of control systems. As the Lead Control System Engineer, you'll guide our control and SCADA team within the Engineering department and work alongside Aggreko's system designers across the APAC region and globally. Your role will be pivotal in upholding best practices and industry standards for control platforms and design and operation documentation. Working with advanced bespoke and off-the-shelf power system control systems, you will work closely with Aggreko's global controls development team and be exposed to a diverse range of market sectors and applications. Key Accountabilities: - Oversee and manage control platforms in APAC, focusing on operational performance, defect management, team capabilities, continuous improvement, risk, and financial aspects. - Lead the development of innovative software and hardware to elevate infrastructure control capabilities. - Provide input in site design and commissioning to ensure standards are met and facilitate a smooth and continuously improving transition to operations. - Support operations, manage risk, and ensure compliance with controls, cyber security standards, and working practices, including change management. - Define processes for decommissioning and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to manage the control systems ecosystem. - Develop and communicate a roadmap for the control platform, considering lifecycle management, feature improvements, customer operation enhancements, and efficiency drives. Success Factors: - Solid background in control systems with operational experience. - Strong administration skills, highly organised in change management, documentation, planning, and communication. - Proven ability to engage with operations and stakeholders on change requirements throughout the lifecycle of each site. Qualifications and Skills: - Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or related field. - Minimum of 8 years of experience in control systems management and architecture, with a focus on operational performance. - Competence in platforms such as CODESYS, PlantSCADA/Citect and RSLogix. - Proficient in network design and remote access infrastructure, with a good grasp of IP networking, VLANs, and routing. - Expertise in crafting and implementing software and hardware solutions for control infrastructures. - Deep understanding of cyber security standards and risk management in control systems. - Stellar communication skills, capable of liaising effectively across various organisational levels. - Strong leadership qualities, with the ability to drive continuous improvement and innovation. Find out more and apply now. Join us. Bring your energy. Grow your career. LI-MP1 About Aggreko We welcome people from different backgrounds and cultures, and respect people's unique skills, attitudes and experiences. We encourage everyone to be themselves at work because we know that's how we do our best, for each other, for our customers, for the communities where we work, and for our careers. Equal Opportunity Employer, including disability and veterans. At Aggreko, we provide energy solutions so communities can thrive and businesses can grow. We bring power, heat and cooling to customers and communities wherever they need it. No two days are the same. We work in dynamic environments and offer a wide range of opportunities for motivated people to enrich their lives and communities. If you are prepared to give us your best, you can learn and grow quickly. We are building an inclusive culture and an environment where everyone can be at their best. We encourage everyone to be themselves at work because we know that's how we achieve our potential. Join us, bring your energy, and grow your career. • Fri, 16 FebAggreko
Third Party Security Consultant » Docklands, VIC - . This will include actively reporting on cyber security third party risks and issues to relevant parties. Further requirements... to learn more: https://digitalcareers.medibank.com.au The Opportunity Reporting to the Head of Security Consulting, the... • Fri, 16 FebMedibank
Cyber Security Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Company Give back to the community with this unique opportunity working for one of Australia's most well-known not-for-profits. Our client embodies a collaborative, fun and hardworking environment where everyone is encouraged to express themselves. There are regular social events and great opportunity to grow and develop throughout the company. The Role This is a Cyber Security Engineering position centered around implementing solutions and delivering security services. You will be working within a NIST framework responding to security incidents and establishing best practice moving forwards. You will have skills in the following areas: Privileged Access Management (PAM) Microsoft Defender Firewalls Azure Sentinel Identity Management LogRhythm and Tenable Vulnerability Management Networking LAN and WAN What's on offer? The potential to convert to permanency. An exceptional opportunity to make a positive impact on the department and the company. A fast-paced, dynamic workplace where no two days are ever the same. Ongoing professional development and mentoring by outstanding business leaders. A stepping stone into the world of Systems Administration. A company that promotes on merit, rewards excellence, and champions work-life balance. This position is hiring immediately so if you are interested apply below, and if you want more information don't hesitate to call 03 9691 3661. Ref: 06810-0012908697 NM By clicking 'apply', you give your express consent that Robert Half may use your personal information to process your job application and to contact you from time to time for future employment opportunities. For further information on how Robert Half processes your personal information and how to access and correct your information, please read the Robert Half privacy notice: https://www.roberthalf.com/au/en/privacy . Please do not submit any sensitive personal data to us in your resume (such as government ID numbers, ethnicity, gender, religion, marital status or trade union membership) as we do not collect your sensitive personal data at this time. • Fri, 16 FebRobert Half
Cyber Security Architect » Melbourne, VIC - Cyber Security Architect About Us Jemena is an Australian energy company who owns and operates over $11.5 Billion... teams to develop and implement cyber security architecture to continue to strengthen SGSPAA's organisational resilience in... • Thu, 15 FebJemena
Cyber Security Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - themselves. There are regular social events and great opportunity to grow and develop throughout the company. The RoleThis is a Cyber... Security Engineering position centered around implementing solutions and delivering security services. You will be working... • Thu, 15 FebRobert Half
Information Security Consultant » Melbourne, VIC - is seeking a talented information security consultant to review and uplift its cyber maturity alongside senior stakeholders... working with senior stakeholders as they look to uplift the businesses information security controls and cyber maturity... • Wed, 14 FebRobert Half$50 - 70 per hour
IT Security Officer, EL1 » Canberra, ACT - Melbourne, VIC - The ACMA is expanding its ICT Security Team and is seeking a highly motivated IT professional with a keen interest in... in all aspects of protecting the Authority from cyber threats. If you think you have reasonable coverage of the following... • Wed, 14 FebAustralian Communications and Media Authority
Cybersecurity Lead (ESV 4) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Full time Organisation: Energy Safe Victoria Salary: $132,687 - $154,039 Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Reference: VG/1777744 We have an exciting permanent, full-time ongoing opportunity for a Cybersecurity Lead $132,687- $154,039 base salary plus 11% super Flexible hybrid working arrangements are available (3 days WFH/ 2 days Office) About Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) Our purpose is to keep Victorians energy safe and ensure energy is used confidently. Through education, regulation and enforcement, we work to ensure that energy safety, supply and efficiency are a priority in Victoria and something our customers can be confident in. Our people come from a wide range of professions with diverse skills and experience driving the success of ESV About the opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for a Cybersecurity Lead who will contribute by: Support the development and implementation of all aspects of the information security program based on the Victorian Protective Data Security Framework and standards. Including, but not limited to: assist with the creation and update of security policies, standards and procedures monitor compliance with all cyber policies and procedures. participate in risk assessment and risk mitigation processes assist with the ongoing security awareness training program. Support the information security risk management framework, including, but not limited to Liaise with the external Security Operation Centre to maintain awareness of threats and respond appropriately. Monitor vulnerabilities in ESV infrastructure and applications including Microsoft Azure, SaaS hosted and datacentre. Fix detected vulnerabilities to maintain a high-security standard. Identify cyber security concerns and recommend improvements to ESVs security controls Participate in or execute cyber security activities such as threat hunting, threat detection, phishing simulations, and incident response. Analyse and report on malicious behaviour and cyber attacks. Lead the development of cyber security reports and dashboards. Provide subject matter expertise and recommendations with the guidance of the cybersecurity lead to relevant key stakeholders across ESV. Participate in IT Service Management (ITSM) constant improvement. Educate and build awareness of users through delivery of cybersecurity training and awareness programs to improve ESV cybersecurity maturity and build ESV's capabilities at all levels. Monitor IT and security supply chains to ensure compliance with Victorian Government and ESV policies and contracts. Develop, maintain, and provide expert advice and recommendations to influence key decision makers on Information Security policies, standards, procedures to align with the ISMF and VPDSF across ESV through in-depth research, analysis, and assessments. . Provide cyber security support and advice for digital solutions and platforms. To be successful, you'll have: Relevant tertiary qualifications in Tertiary qualifications in information technology or similar plus Cyber security certifications e.g. CISSP, CISM, Microsoft SC-200 Demonstrated experience in similar role in information security or related field. Extensive experience in information security, with a strong working knowledge of security frameworks and standards including VPDSS, Essential 8, ISO 27001, NIST. Extensive experience in Microsoft Azure and M365. Strong technical knowledge with networking, infrastructure, SaaS, Paas, IaaS, ITIL. Well-developed incident response and analytical problem-solving skills. Exceptional communication (verbal and written), interpersonal and stakeholder management skills to influence internal and external stakeholders, particularly with third-party / vendor management. Understanding of firewalls, proxies, SIEM, antivirus and IDPS concepts. Ability to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities and explain how to avoid them. The following are highly desirable: Experience within the Victorian Government Public Sector, regulatory, energy or utilities environment. Experience with computer network penetration testing and MITRE ATT&CK Experience of Microsoft Sentinel and KQL How to apply Please refer to the available position description to assess your suitability and submit your current resume and cover letter via the Apply button. ESV will conduct relevant and required checks about applicants and the information provided with an application including reference checks, vaccination status check and a satisfactory National Police Check. For a confidential discussion, please contact Human Resources via humanresourcesenergysafe.vic.gov.au Applications close at midnight on Monday 26 February 2024 • Wed, 14 FebEnergy Safe Victoria
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 Specialist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join a top Australian organisation, showcase your Cyber Security expertise, and be the guardian that keeps the digital wolves at bay. The company Our client is a renowned Australian company providing superior products and services across several business that support many Australians daily. This organisation is offering an opportunity for an experienced Cyber Security Specialist to be at the forefront of protection the company and it's customers. The Role Your primary responsibilities involve responding to security incidents, coordinating a unified response across multiple teams, and enhancing security measures against emerging threats. Key tasks include: Assisting in developing secure solutions meeting business needs. Proactively addressing and preventing customer-facing incidents. Improving and expanding security tools. Contributing to security-related standards, processes, and procedures. Identifying and recommending solutions to enhance incident response capabilities. Monitoring and responding to security trends, coordinating necessary responses, and promoting security awareness. About You Possess relevant IT security certifications. Bring strong cyber security experience (3 years), demonstrating a proven track record in delivering effective IT security solutions. Expertise in SIEM, SOAR, and/or Splunk. Deliver high-quality services in a large enterprise environment. Demonstrate deep technical skills across various infrastructure and security technologies. Ability to effectively communicate solutions, responses, and awareness to a diverse audience. The Perks Competitive compensation package. Access to a range of enticing company discounts. Comprehensive support for learning and career development through dedicated programs. Opportunities for team-building activities and volunteer initiatives. Please apply online by clicking on "apply now" or contact James Brick on 0400 359 332 / jamesiasrecruitment.com.au to discuss further. • Mon, 12 FebIAS RECRUITMENT
Business Analyst - Cyber Security Program » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - 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 fixed term contract Melbourne Airport WFH Australian Citizenship required As a Business Analyst in the Cyber Security Program, you will provide comprehensive and meaningful information, analysis, and reporting to assist the Client in achieving its strategic, financial, operational, and commercial objectives. The Cyber Security Program consists of several projects and initiatives with the mandate to improve the security posture of the Client and the supporting systems in the National Airways Systems (NAS). The business analyst understands business problems and opportunities in the context of the requirements and recommends solutions that enable the organisation to achieve its goals. Position Specific: You will gather, analyse, document, and communicate requirements to assist with the delivery of strategic projects. While undertaking these functions you will have an emphasis on quality of information, analysis and communicating business needs and requirements. You will work with the project team, project stakeholders and business and vendor representatives to capture as-is and to-be business process as well as business and functional requirements. You will be required to validate and obtain approval for these artefacts with appropriate authorities and communicate them with various areas of the business and vendors, generating support for project outcomes. Requirements and processes will need to be traceable to the changes required to achieve the benefits and value being proposed through project changes. To be successful in this position, it is expected that you will have the following attributes: Essential Minimum 5 years' experience working in business and/or technical analysis in a Portfolio or Program Management Office or large transformation program, across agile and waterfall methodology. Experienced in documenting requirements from user to functional/nonfunctional level. Experienced in preparing statement of work for commercial purposes (procurement and contract) Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate with both ICT and business senior executives, internal and external stakeholders and to escalate issues appropriately. Demonstrated interpersonal, consultative, organisational and facilitation skills. Demonstrated analytical thinking and problem solving. Proficient working with Microsoft Office Suite Desirable The capacity and ability to negotiate or communicate on behalf of the program with project teams, Airservices Executive or other key stakeholders. Experience in Information Security Management (ISM) and the Essential Eight cybersecurity strategies Experience implementing the ACSC Essential 8 mitigation strategies. Relevant certifications such as Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) or Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) would be highly regarded. Experience with frameworks such as Six Sigma, Lean Management, PMBOK, PRINCE2, Prosci, ITIL and BABOK Eligibility: Australian Citizenship required Salary: $100,304 - $118,320 p/a 14 % super Apply now. For more information contact Iain on 0411 610 620 Halcyon Knights • Mon, 12 FebMelbourne Airport
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
EOI for Sessional Academic - Cyber Security » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Employment Type: Casual Location: Flexible About the Role: The School of Information Technology is seeking expressions of interest for casual academic teaching staff for 2024. The School offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in a number of disciplines including: Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Computer Science, Cyber Security, Data Analytics, Databases, Games Development, Internet of Things (IoT) IT professional skills, Mathematics, Mobile and Apps, Networking, Software Engineering & Virtual and Augmented Reality, at our Waurn Ponds Geelong, Burwood Melbourne and Cloud campuses. For further information, the full list of disciplines and to submit your EOI, please go to the Casual Academic Teaching in the School of IT page at https://www.deakin.edu.au/students/study-support/faculties/sebe/it/casual-teaching/eoi-application To be successful, you'll have: Essential criteria: Qualifications and experience in the relevant discipline area. Successful candidates will be assessed to ensure qualifications meet Standard 3.2.3 of the Higher Education Standards Framework. This role requires the incumbent to apply for and maintain a Working With Children Check For teaching Masters' degree programs, a doctorate degree and professional experience are required. For teaching Bachelor degree programs, an Honours or Masters degree is required. Those with extensive industry experience and tertiary teaching experience are strongly encouraged to apply. Excellent interpersonal skills and a proven ability to establish good working relationships with colleagues. Programming skills in Python and/or Java Strong knowledge of network protocols and standards (e.g., TCP/IP) This role requires the incumbent to apply for and maintain a Working With Children Check Desired Criteria: An excellent record of scholarly learning and teaching in undergraduate and/or postgraduate programs. Strong knowledge of Unix/ Linux based operating systems Strong knowledge of offensive and defensive security tools and software Candidates with cyber certificates, such as CSCU, CHFI, CEH, Core Java, and CISSP are strongly encouraged to apply. Demonstrated capacity and passion for leadership in teaching. Online/eLearning and project supervision experience. Your key responsibilities will be: Enhance student's skills, knowledge and understanding through the efficient and timely preparation and delivery of learning activities such as lectures, tutorials, demonstrations and/or workshops. Engage students in intellectual inquiry appropriate to the level of the course of study and unit being taught. Provide students with timely access to the information and support needed to complete their work for the unit/s. Mark assessment items. Ensure a supportive and positive learning environment for all students. Be familiar with and follow relevant policies and procedures. Ensure a safe working environment for self and others. Develop and deliver a rigorous and engaging learning experience for students through the delivery of seminars, peer learning activities and supported online learning. Work with program coordinators as applicable on innovative curriculum design and demonstrate a scholarly approach to learning and teaching and incorporating innovations in online and blended delivery as appropriate. Perform associated administrative functions effectively and efficiently including preparation, printing, uploading of results and feedback. Contribute to building relationships within the team and university, including through appropriate and timely communication. Maintaining quality standards in teaching/learning programs. Implementing and modeling high standards of work performance. Developing and maintaining effective relationships with co-teachers, students, and colleagues. About us: The flexible learning options we provide our students and our diverse team of professionals and academic experts has enabled us to achieve a 5-star rating by the prestigious university ranking organisation Quacquarelli Symonds. For eight consecutive years, we've achieved the highest level of overall student satisfaction among Victorian universities. We have a network of campuses, learning centres and research centres across Victoria and corporate offices in Melbourne, China, Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka. Our online Cloud campus provides more than 13,000 students with access to state-of-the-art digital tools and direct access to world-renowned academics. As a Victorian university with a global impact, Deakin is translating its research into commercial outcomes that will help drive innovation for Australia's economy. Applications for this position close on 28 Feb 2024. Please submit your updated resume, Cover letter, and Any Academic Results. • Sun, 11 FebDeakin University
Cyber Security Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - for Microsoft Sentinel Solution Technical Skill Experience: - Define the SOC security architecture, ensuring that it meets the.... Assist with client transition and onboarding serving as a point of contact for Managed Security Service clients. Act... • Fri, 09 FebWipro
CSIRT Security Analyst - Melbourne » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - WiseTech Global is a world-leading software company building software for the global logistics industry. We are united in our mission to create breakthrough products that enable and empower those who own and operate the supply chains of the world. We're an engineer lead company, with a focus on building secure, scalable products. It goes without saying that protecting the data of the world's largest freight forwarders is critical to the function of the international supply chain, so as a CSIRT Analyst, you will be crucial to the protection and defence of thousands of users globally. At WiseTech, our cybersecurity vision is paramount, and our Cyber Security team consists of highly skilled Engineers, building out world-leading security solutions across our SaaS platform, internal function and product offering. One of our current focuses, is building out our CSIRT (Cyber Security Incident Response Team) capabilities, which is where you come in. You will help in building out a new CSIRT department inside our Information Security area of the business that provides incident response, threat hunting, threat intelligence and forensics functionalities. The suitable candidate should be experienced with: GNU/Linux knowledge Windows Systems Containers Virtualization Networking Encryption Application Security Frameworks Different SIEM knowledge Reasonable scripting abilities This role can be based out of either our Sydney or Melbourne offices. About WiseTech Global Our innovations and global technology enables, improves and empowers the world's supply chains. Having listed on the ASX in 2016, WiseTech Global is now an ASX 50, AU$10 billion company that is serious about expansion and technical innovation. Our mission is to change the world by creating breakthrough products that empower those that own, enable and operate the supply chains of the world. Before you apply From time to time, WiseTech Global may use external service providers to assist us with assessing applications, including background checks, on our behalf. Accordingly, by applying for this role and providing your personal information to WiseTech Global, you consent to WiseTech Global providing this information to our external service providers who are required to treat such information with strict confidentiality in line with privacy and data protection laws and regulations. • Fri, 09 FebWisetech Global Ltd.
Sales Executive - Cyber Security » Melbourne, VIC - Sales Executive – Cyber Security Melbourne / Adelaide 80-120k Base, 110-160k OTE + Executive Benefits Our Sydney... opening for an experienced Sales Executive to focus on a growing portfolio of cyber security solutions. As an IT Sales... • Thu, 08 FebCertus Recruitment
Cyber Security Portfolio Program Manager » Melbourne, VIC - Denver, VIC - for managing teams to carry out priorities set by the Cyber Security team. This position also supports the IT Project Management... you will Here is a snapshot of what your day to day will look like: Cyber Security Projects Responsible for all aspects of the development... • Thu, 08 FebNewmont$106800 - 126825 per year
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... • Wed, 07 FebHalcyon Knights$100304 - 118320 per year
CYBER SECURITY SPECIALIST » Melbourne, VIC - and delivering unparalleled outcomes. We are looking for a consulting Cyber Security Specialist to join our team to work closely... with our clients to equip them with the cyber security and generative AI tools that will securely enhance their productivity... • Wed, 07 Feb460degrees$80001 - 100000 per year
Customer Success Manager - Cyber Security » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - australia melbourne permanent au$120000 - au$160000 per annum super uncapped comms (170k ote) Join a Tier 1 Software (SaaS) organisation / vendor Excellent training program and progression pathway to CSM Lead Salary: Up to $120,000 Super Uncapped Commissions (170k OTE) About The Company: Our client provides one of the world’s leading Machine Learning (ML) based cyber security solutions which is used by over 8,000 organisations worldwide. In line with their APAC expansion, this recently listed organisation is growing their team and have an immediate opening based out of their office in Auckland About the role: This is the perfect opportunity for someone with Account Management or Customer Success Management experience that comes from a Technology / SaaS background or is looking for their break into Technology / SaaS Sales. You may be an existing Customer Success Manager, or Account Manager, Delivery Manager, or even coming from a Prodfessional Services environment looking to transition into a Customer Success/ Account Management role. This flexible work from home/office role will see you manage a portfolio of existing customers within the thriving Cyber Security Ecosystem. You will be responsible for driving renewals, account expansion (up-sell/cross-sell), and advocacy across your accounts whilst delivering the best service Full training and development will be provided by industry experts to bring you up to speed on all the solutions sold. You will be responsible for driving renewals, expansion, and advocacy across your accounts and delivering the best service This is a great opportunity for someone looking to gain valuable experience in the rapidly evolving cyber security industry Responsibilities: Manage a portfolio of existing customers Build and maintain strong relationships with customers Work closely with stakeholders across the company Maintain and grow revenue across verticals Present, discuss and demonstrate the solutions Benefits: Stunning CBD office Flexible work (remote office) Excellent commission structure Mentoring from successful individuals in the business Industry-leading training and development (overseas when permitted) Weekly socials – lunches and drinks About you: 3 years’ SaaS / Technology / Managed Services / Professional Services experience Have been in a Customer Success Management, Account Management, Sales Executive, Account Executive, Professional Services role before Demonstrated achievement across managing B2B accounts Comfortable with face-to-face interaction Possess clear communication skills Have valid working rights in Australia • Wed, 07 FebTalent International
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
Security Systems Administrator » Melbourne, VIC - Administrator will also play a key role in the ongoing enhancement of the firm's security and cyber risk programs in the face... and technologies Required skills and personal attributes Bachelor's degree with a specialisation in cyber security or information... • Mon, 05 FebCorrs Chambers Westgarth
Security and Threat Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - locations on daily basis Interpret, analyse, and report all events and anomalies in accordance with cyber security related...Security and Threat Engineer We currently seek an Security and Threat Engineer to to be responsible for the analysis... • Sun, 04 FebCapstone Recruitment
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
Senior Security Consultant, Application Security (Open to any AUS capital city) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - 01st February, 2024 The world is full of wicked problems to solve. That’s why we need you The challenge of finding vulnerabilities that no one else has found is what gets you out of bed each morning. You’re at your best when using your skills to solve problems that tackle the most critical challenges facing Australian enterprises and governments today. You bring your whole self to work, because checking your personality at the door isn’t for you.We are open to candidates located in any Australian capital city. The work we do matters We protect and defend our customers and communities by providing the widest range of cyber security professional services in the region. With more than 1,300 team members across Australia, New Zealand, the UK and US, we are a leading force in cyber security, offering services from strategy, GRC, managed security services, cloud security, digital forensics and cyber education. If you’re ready to work with teammates that get you, a leader that supports you and customers that need you, then you’re ready for CyberCX. Unimagined opportunity with our Security Testing & Assurance team On our team, you get access to an unmatched range of customers, work on unique projects and do it while working alongside some of the best in the industry. Join our innovative team based across Australia & New Zealand, where we collaborate with organisations to build and maintain secure applications. A unique opportunity to be at the forefront of safeguarding critical systems and data across diverse sectors, while collaborating with top-notch professionals. We celebrate our craft (think Hack of the Month), share our discoveries (internal conferences where we share our research) and you’ve probably seen our team at local meet ups and cons because we support and encourage them to get involved. You might also know some of our team members from Channel 10’s Hunted (Australia). What this role involves Deliver a wide range of Application Security services, including but not limited to secure code reviews, software assurance maturity model reviews, threat modelling, DevOps security reviews and tooling integrations, secure standards documentation and general AppSec consulting services. Day to day you will: Work with a diverse range of customers to identify and solve security problems, both in person and remotely Perform or assist with other security assurance activities such as penetration testing, where appropriate and as required Prepare high quality reports and deliverables detailing risks and findings, making recommendations, and identifying solutions Contribute to presentations and discussions with customers around application security programs and strategy, secure development, assessment outcomes and next steps Skills and experience This role requires full working rights in Australia (no current or future sponsorship). Ideally, you have 3-5 years' experience as a Developer /… Click here to view more detail / apply for Senior Security Consultant, Application Security (Open to any AUS capital city) • Fri, 02 FebAtlamGroup
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
Cyber-security Project Manager (SailPoint) » Melbourne, VIC - About the job In this role you will be responsible for delivering project/s in the Identity and Access management domain (SailPoint (AccessNow)). Responsabilities Creating clear and attainable project objectives and managing the const... • Thu, 01 FebPaxus
Senior Project Manager - Cyber Security » Melbourne, VIC - Senior Project Manager – Cyber Security We currently seek an experienced Senior Project Manager with strong Cyber... Security Project experience. Responsibilities: Lead and manage the end-to-end delivery of cyber security projects Develop... • Thu, 01 FebCapstone Recruitment

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