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IT Security Engineer - Zurich

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Type:Permanent
Hours:Full Time
Reference:41809003
 

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An exciting and challenging opportunity has risen for a dynamic and highly motivated IT Security Engineer to join our client's IT division. To be considered for this role, you will have excellent knowledge or experience in engineering and development of solutions in data security areas such as Big Data Security, DLP, IRM, GDPR etc.The successful applicant will be optimizing existing IT security infrastructure. Managing and responsibility for IT security infrastructure application such as operation, monitoring, 3rd level support and patch. Consulting and support of application managers & project managers in data security areas.Ideal candidate would have technical college education (university, ETH, FH), education in computer science or other equivalent education with emphasis / specialization in computer science. Good knowledge and experience in Systems Engineering. Fluent in German & English.The following qualifications are an advantage, certification in IT security area (i.e. MAS IS, CISSP, CISA, CISM, CCSP, CAS IS etc). Programming or scripting experience.All the information will be dealt in confidentially.For further information on the role please contact Shubha Puthran on +41 44 508 7231 or email your resume to Shubha.puthran@ap-technical.comThe AP Group is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. By submitting your CV for consideration, you are consenting to its retention for the purpose of securing you work. Any information you provide to AP Group and its subsidiaries will be subject to the protection of GDPR, our policy for which can be found at https://www.apgroupglobal.com/privacy-notice/

For more information please visit https://www.ap-technical.com//job-details/?id=it-security-engineer-zurich-358545.


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