As Network and Security Analyst, you will be responsible for providing specialist expertise on information and cyber security in order to defend the University’s digital services from cybersecurity attacks. You will be responsible for the day to day operational and technical management of information and cyber security issues within the University including responding to security incidents, addressing security vulnerabilities in the Universities digital systems and services, supporting critical IT platforms, monitoring and driving compliance with policies, providing expert advice and guidance on information and cyber security issues and building security capability in other teams across the University.
IT Services at Oxford Brookes University is a modern, service-oriented environment that is constantly embracing change. You will be joining the team at an exciting time and will be contributing to the implementation of our ‘cloud-first’ strategy. This aims to transform university life through the use of scale-out digital technologies and services, as well as delivering excellent customer service. In return you will be provided with development opportunities both professionally and personally that will enable you to continue to enhance your skills and knowledge.
We will make up to five appointments, with up to four of these being continuing or 3 year convertible appointments. As well as more standard teaching and research staff, the University of Adelaide also supports exceptional educationalists as Education Specialists with a strong focus on undergraduate education. A separate set of selection criteria with a focus of teaching quality and expertise will apply.
We’re ideally looking for someone with:
Solid understanding of security frameworks such as: NCSC Cyber Essentials; EC/ISO 27000 series; NIST SP-800 series; PCI-DSS; OWASP Top 10;
Good understanding of data protection legislation - GDPR; Data Protection Act 2018;
Comprehensive knowledge of IP and networking technologies;
Knowledge of network and cybersecurity technologies including firewalls, secure web gateways, SIEM, EPP / EDR , and IDPS concepts.
This post is available on a hybrid working from home and office working model. The University has adopted equality, diversity and inclusion as core values. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates whatever their background, and especially from BAME candidates who are under-represented in our workforce.
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