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Location
Sydney
Salary
$180000 - $200000 per annum
Job Type
Permanent
Ref
BH-174835
Contact
Matthew Canning
Posted
about 1 month ago
This role sits within our clients Detection and Response team sits within their Information Security Group and is responsible for monitoring and detecting cyber threats.

They are looking for a Lead Cyber Incident Responder to join the Security Operations Centre.  The successful candidate will have strong technical knowledge of security controls, analytic judgement, critical thinking, strong communication skills, and an investigative mindset who can operate in an often fast-paced environment.

Key responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain key incident response procedures and playbooks, working with the wider organisation to ensure a coherent response to cyber incidents.
  • Act as incident response lead for security incidents and coordinate resources and teams across the organisation to adequately respond to security threats.
  • Both lead and participate in incident tabletop exercises and drills to ensure continuous improvement in both incident response maturity and resiliency
  • Be an escalation point for the SOC, assessing potential threats and providing technical expertise to the wider team.
  • Be a mentor for junior staff, sharing knowledge and experience.
  • Produce clear and well-written incident reports tailored to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Contributing or participating in industry or government cyber security initiatives
Requirements:
  • Strong experience in a Cyber Security role: Leadership experience highly desirable but not necessary.
  • Cyber Incident Management experience. Incident Handling qualifications highly desirable (e.g. SANS GCIH, GSEC, GCFA)
  • Experience in digital forensics including image acquisition and timeline analysis and/or malware analysis/reverse engineering. Forensic experience in cloud technologies highly desirable
  • Strong leadership and communication skills
  • Highly developed written communication, critical thinking, and analysis skills
  • Experience with SIEM and EDR tools
  • An analytical mindset capable of digesting a wide range of information, and assessing risk based on available data and context.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, and attention to detail
Please apply now if interested in finding pout more. All successful candidates will need to be either Australian Citizens or Permanent residents.