Overview : About RMIT Vietnam
About RMIT Vietnam
RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise. We’re global in footprint and even more importantly, we’re global in mindset.
We’re committed to making a positive impact wherever we go. The wider our reach, the deeper our connections, the greater our impact.
RMIT University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam) is a campus of RMIT University with 700 staff and 7,000 students, in three locations, and recently awarded one of the Best Companies to work for in Asia 2020.
From a media perspective RMIT Vietnam enjoys a 40% share of voice in the sector. It brings a world-class education and globalised study environment to the heart of Asia, offering programs in business, technology, communication, design, fashion and English language.
It boasts an impressive range of extra-curricular activities that encourage students to innovate and network globally.
Degrees are awarded by RMIT in Australia and taught in English, enabling Vietnamese students (and visiting international students) the opportunity to receive an international education without having to leave home.
The IT Security Specialist is responsible in supporting RMIT in the identification and work-to-resolution of cyber threats that may impact on the confidentiality, availability and integrity of RMIT services.
The role also supports the configuration and running of security tools to measure, manage and report on the state of Information Security across the enterprise;
including the analysis and resolution of cyber incidents. This position actively collaborates with other operational teams in Vietnam and Australia to deliver a secure enterprise and advisory support to help RMIT manage today’s increasing cybersecurity threat landscape.
Enforce the effective global operation of the Cybersecurity function (eg. Threat Management; Identity Management and Threat Intelligence technologies and processes).
Consult and support stakeholders about IT Security best practice in all services lifecycle.
Analyse information related process to identify risk and propose solution.
Monitor IT processes to ensure IT security standards are strictly followed.
Contributes to the design and implementation of pragmatic and efficient cybersecurity defences.
Support the activities of Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) in RMIT Global.
Support in the monitoring of cybersecurity environmental threats; including periodic cyber technical compliance reporting of our operating environment.
Ensure the compliance of security standards, processes and procedures by continuously monitoring for vulnerabilities, periodic audits and identifying abnormality throughout the infrastructure.
Contribute to the continuous improvement of the IT Security function based on an in-depth knowledge of contemporary cybersecurity practices and trends.
Any other duties as required.
Skills and Experience
Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Information Security, or related discipline.
At least 4 - 5 years of experience in security operations.
CEH / Security+ certification is a plus.
Well presentation and customer facing skills
Well-developed understanding of cybersecurity technologies (eg, Threat Management / Intelligence; Identity management; User access review)
Demonstrated good understanding of wide range of IT infrastructure components, from firewalls and intrusion detection systems to network and network protocols to variety of PC platform such as Windows / Linux and understand of their security capacity.
Proven ability to prioritise tasks and delivery a quality service to the University.
Demonstrated high level interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to liaise effectively with internal and external clients, in order to identify and solve issues.
Proven capacity to work under stress and to adapt quickly in a rapidly changing environment.
Our people make everything at the University possible. We encourage new approaches to work and learning, stimulating change to drive positive impact.
RMIT exists to create transformative experiences for our students, getting them ready for life and work. You will be a part of a productive and collaborative team, who values working relationships and outcomes through open and inclusive planning, continuous information sharing and transparent work practices.