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Managing the Networks Security Operation Centre to ensure Singtel meets its regulatory compliance to the IMDA Telecommunications CyberSercurity Code of Practice (TCS-CoP) and Broadcast CyberSecurity Code of Practice (BCS-CoP). The NSOC is responsible for ensuring that potential security incidents are correctly identified, analyzed, defended, investigated, and reported.
Monitoring, Detecting, Analysing, Investigating, Responding and Mitigating potential Cyber Security Threats/alerts and Incidents. The NSOC leverages on proactive OSS/tools to monitor and analyze activity on networks, servers, endpoints, databases, applications, websites, and other systems, looking for anomalous activity that could be indicative of a security incident or compromise.
Complementing the Integrated Network Operation Centre (7 x 24) to provide the round the clock cybersecurity surveillance to ensure the uptime and meeting of Service Availability performance targets for Voice, Data, Internet, Mobile, TV and VAS services.
Adhering CyberSecurity Incident Management framework as directed by the Singtel Networks Security Committee (NSC), including working closely with Network Incident/Crisis Management Team, IT Risk Committee and Group Risk to ensure resolution of Cyber Security issues.
The Ideal candidate should possess:
Bachelor's degree with specialization in Computer Sciences, Engineering, Information Technology, Cyber security-related field or equivalent discipline.
Experience in addressing security policy, compliance, privacy and regulatory issues.
Knowledge and experience in managing cybersecurity / information security teams and technologies.
Knowledge with the following technical SOC skills: Incident Response, Log Analysis, TCP/IP, Network Traffic Analysis, Antivirus/Malware, Intrusion Detection/Prevention, Packet Analysis Techniques, Event Correlation, and Incident Triage.
Minimum of five (5) years of relevant Security Operation Centre management experience.
We believe in the strength of a vibrant, diverse and inclusive workforce where backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of our people help us innovate and create strong connections with our customers. We strive to ensure all our people practices are non-discriminatory and provide a fair, performance-based work culture that is diverse, inclusive and collaborative.