ICT Security Officer (Executive Level 1) (BB-B247F)
Found in: Neuvoo AU
The Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP) is an independent prosecution service established by Parliament to prosecute alleged offences against Commonwealth law. We aim to provide an effective and efficient national criminal prosecution service to the community that is fair and just and operates with integrity. The diverse, complex and interesting cases prosecuted by the CDPP range across six national practice groups and include tax fraud, welfare fraud, medifraud, people smuggling, human trafficking, slavery and slavery like practices, drug importation, sexual servitude, on-line child sexual exploitation, terrorism, espionage, money laundering, offences against the corporations legislation, cartel offences and a range of regulatory offences.
We are looking for a motivated and experienced ICT Security Officer to join our CDPP team.
The ICT Security Officer will perform daily security tasks to ensure the CDPP’s systems are uncompromised by internal and external actors . The ICT Security Officer is expected to contribute to the technical direction of the CDPP as part of the ICT Security team and work to maintain the CDPP compliance with Australian government and international information and Cyber security standards.
The ICT Security Officer will work to raise the security awareness of all CDPP staff by delivering targeted ICT security awareness training and advice.
The ICT Security Officer will contribute to and conduct ICT security investigation, analysis and reports for CDPP management for all CDPP computer systems via the use of available software and technologies.
To be eligible for employment with the CDPP, applicants must be Australian citizens. In accordance with CDPP’s Security Policy, as a security assessed position the successful applicant must obtain and maintain an NV2 security clearance. The successful applicant may commence with a current baseline clearance.
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