Do you want to be part of a Leading Firm, leading a great Security APAC Team? Do you want to leverage on both your technical and leadership skills and be the pioneer of an amazing Cyber Security team?
APAC Incident Response Manager for a MNC (Chance to build up a capable team of APAC SOC/Cyber Defence and lead them)
Your new company
It is a Global Technology MNC with very strong footprint in Singapore. They are widely expanding in Singapore and has great world class benefits.
Your new role
You will be the APAC Head of Cyber Defence/SOC/DFIR for the firm. You will be in charge of building up the APAC SOC and managing the APAC team to ensure that the security incidents are all resolved and SOC effectiveness is achieved. You will be improving the current security processes and also be in charge of mentoring the team in terms of their personal development growth.
What you'll need to succeed
You will need to have come from a APAC/Global SOC environment and also have managerial experience. You will need to have come from a 24x7 environment before to know the environment well. SOC Built experience will be essential for the role.
What you'll get in return
You will be part of an amazing MNC, part of a world class leading Security team, made up of Security Experts.
What you need to do now
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