he US Navy, Royal Australian Air Force and Northrop Grumman.
This is your chance to take on a pivotal role in ensuring the security of our air and ground systems. You will oversee a wide range of responsibilities, including developing expertise in Triton's air and ground network systems, establishing information security policies and procedures compliant with the ADF Information Security Manual and actively assessing their implementation across the organisation.
In this position, you will play a critical role in identifying, assessing, and communicating cyber security risks to the Triton enterprise. Your involvement will extend to participation in Configuration Control Boards, where you will emphasise the importance of addressing cyber security risks and effectively communicating residual risks.
Collaboration is a key aspect of this role, as you'll work closely with cyber security and accreditation stakeholders to ensure the ongoing cyber security of the Triton weapon system and the Defence SIE. Additionally, you will deliver vital cyber security training to Triton enterprise personnel, fostering a culture of security awareness.
Building relationships is another essential aspect of your role, as you will develop connections with various ADF cyber security and accreditation agencies. Furthermore, you'll assess and assure cyber security in response to https://U.S. Navy-initiated air vehicle or ground system design and configuration changes.
To qualify for this role, you will have a bachelor's degree in, Computer Science, Systems Engineering, Network Engineering, Software Engineering, Information Systems, or related IT fields. Additionally, you should have demonstrated experience in implementing the ADF Information Security Manual for information systems and possess a working knowledge of cybersecurity practices, including security standards, STIGs, RMF, and ACAS scans. Due to the sensitivity of information you will handle, eligibility for NV2 security clearance is required.
What's in it for you:
Whatever your role, life stage, or background, you can shape your career here in your way with highly challenging work, great colleagues, and career development, plus a range of flexible benefits and working patterns.
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Doing the Right Thing and Sharing Success are two values underpinning how we behave at Northrop Grumman. Here, everyone matters and we proudly encourage individuals from all backgrounds and all abilities to apply to join our diverse and inclusive workforce. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are welcome and encouraged to apply.
Note: As a Defence security clearance is required for this role, you will need to be an Australian Citizen. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are applicable, so your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.
Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce, and encourages individuals from all backgrounds and all abilities to apply and consider becoming a part of our diverse and inclusive workforce. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are welcome and encouraged to apply.