Commbank seeks three security hires

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Manager, coder and engineer.

The Commonwealth Bank is seeking to fill three information security roles in its Sydney offices.

It has advertised for a security architecture manager, a secure coder and an engineer to help it lock down networks and devices.

The managerial position will head a team of security architects, create infosec solutions and services for staff and customers, perform and review security risk assessments and embed security into the bank's project and solutions lifecycles.

The developer will work with .net and Java. The successful applicant will have knowledge of penetration testing techniques and IT risk governance and regulations.

The engineer role sits within the Security Design Asset Protection team and works to lock down network boundaries, data exchange and devices. It requires strong technical understanding of Checkpoint firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention systems like MDMS, VSX, VE, IPS Blade, Identity Blade and SmartEvent. 

The bank is also seeking a risk assurance consultant  for its IT infrastructure and operations division. The role demands the ability to manage high risk audit items, run risk assurance programs for the division and build reporting dashboards to analyse risk assurance issues.

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