Here at Datacom we connect people and technology in order to solve challenges, create opportunities and discover new possibilities for the communities we live in.
Datacom operates three Cybersecurity Defence Operations Centres (CDOC’s) in Wellington, Auckland, and Brisbane from where we provide our managed SIEM and our full stack of Cybersecurity services.
Our Cybersecurity Defence Operations Centre is a well-established team made up of Cybersecurity Analysts, Engineers, Devops Engineers and Incident Responders who have been managing customers, both commercial and government, for over 10+ years. We are a matured operational team that not only responds to security events, incidents, and triggers, but a fully-fledged operational team that hunts for anomalous, suspicious, and potentially unwanted activities within our customers environments.
This is an exciting time of growth, and our driven team need to grow to meet the increased demand and activity. We are looking for a someone with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar security analyst role and security incident response and resolution handling.
The core objectives and responsibilities of the Cybersecurity Analyst, L3 include advanced analysis of security events of interest before managing the incident through to resolution or identifying an opportunity for tuning.
What you will do:
• Analysis of security events escalated from Cybersecurity Analysts, L1 and Cybersecurity Analysts L2
• Incident response and investigation ownership
• Threat Hunting and Threat intel research
• Peer review of use case development and implementation
• Peer review of tuning opportunities
• Peer review of additional log source and data enrichment opportunities
• Review customer reports
• Mentoring junior team members
• Work closely with and act as a backup for Team Manager/ Threat-Intel Lead (when needed)
• Team incident response capabilities and leadership (as part of CSIRT services)
• Forensics (as part of CSIRT services)
• Participating in a 24/7 roster (if required)
• Other administrative tasks as required
A Cybersecurity Analyst uses defensive measures and information collected from a variety of sources to identify, analyse, and report events that occur or might occur within the network to protect information, information systems, and networks from threats.
What you will bring:
How we support our analysts
We have defined certification paths for all the CDOC analyst tiers to accelerate their progress within the role.
We follow the Datacom aspire programme to identify your career and development goals to ensure that you are upskilling in areas that align with your aspirations.
Continuous feedback loop with the team managers, to track their progress and performance.
We provide a flexible (hybrid) work environment, after the 2 month CDOC induction phase we will transition to this hybrid model.
We instil an innovative work atmosphere of mutual trust and respect which helps us to function as a highly productive team.
Due to the Nature of the Clients you will be working with you will need to be an New Zealand Citizen or Permanent Resident, we do however consider Resident Visa or long work visas.
The Finer Details
We have over 6,200 people across our global offices, and generate an annual revenue of over $1.4 billion, this makes us one of Australasia’s largest professional IT services companies. We have extensive expertise in operating data centres, providing IT services, software engineering and application management, as well as payroll and customer service design and operations. With this comes a long list of significant clients Datacom is committed to hiring, developing and