Cyber Defense Practice Manager
City : Montreal, Quebec
Category : Permanent Full-Time
Industry : Information technology
Employer : National Bank
A career as a Cyber Defense Practice Manager (Blue Team) reporting to the Senior Director of Cyber Incident Management at the National Bank involves acting as an operational expert in your field while ensuring the optimal use of existing business processes and resources to its benefit.
Thanks to your leadership and knowledge of monitoring, and security incident management, you organize, prioritize, and oversee the evolving needs of the Cyber Defense sector. You measure results and ensure the recognition of your team's achievements, both individually and in collaboration with various stakeholders.
- Ensure the development and promotion of the Cyber Defense practice within the Bank.
- Act as an expert regarding tools used for monitoring and investigating the Bank's IT infrastructure.
- Investigate complex cybersecurity cases in a timely manner.
- Implement necessary process and procedure improvements following audits, incident lessons learned, and exercises, with a focus on continuous improvement.
- Stay vigilant about market trends in cybersecurity defense practices and propose necessary improvements to the team.
- Have a good understanding of team performance metrics and suggest improvements.
Our IT function brings together 2,300 professionals with a collaborative, proactive and agile mindset. Day to day, we actively work to seize opportunities, stay on the cutting edge of technology, and continuously improve processes.
We ultimately aim to offer you maximum flexibility and quality of life. This notably means a hybrid work environment, as well as adaptable working hours.
The Bank values continuous development and internal mobility. Our personalized training programs enable you to master your job and develop new areas of expertise. Tools such as the Data Academy, language training, the Harvard Learning Center as well as coaching and mentoring support are available to you, at all times.
- A bachelor's degree in a relevant computer science field and 5 to 7 years of operational technical experience in Cybersecurity.
- A minimum of 3 to 5 years of technical experience in a Security Operations Center (SOC).
- Knowledge and the ability to apply monitoring, measurement, and alerting concepts and tools.
- Extensive experience with EDR, NDR solutions, and a preferred SIEM tool such as SPLUNK ES.
- Proficiency in networking, telecommunications, and development concepts.
- Ability to communicate in different OS languages (Shell, PowerShell, Linux/Unix Shell, etc.).
- Health and wellness program, including many options
- Flexible group insurance
- Generous pension plan
- Employee Share Ownership Plan
- Employee and Family Assistance Program
- Preferential banking services
- Initiatives promoting community involvement
- Telemedicine service
- Virtual sleep clinic