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Specialist, It Security – Operations – Dlp

Business Development Bank of Canada

This is a Contract position in Montreal, QC posted November 19, 2020.

No other bank is doing what we do.At BDC, we’re devoted to Canadian entrepreneurs.

We’re also dedicated to our employees.




There’s a reason we like to work here and we think you’ll like it too.

POSITION OVERVIEW The Specialist, IT Security Operations is responsible for the day-to-day security activities to ensure BDC’s technological environment is well protected.

He or she gathers and analyzes information on BDC’s technology, making recommendations and resolving security issues as required.

Use and evolve CTI use cases (Fireeye, Recorded Future, Crowdstrike, IBM X-Force etc.) to proactively counter on-going and new cyber threats.

– Develop and draft processes and procedures related to periodic security testing and to tasks involving security operations.

– Work closely with IT operations and other teams to implement and continuously improve controls efficiency.

– Oversee the vulnerability assessment process, assist in establishing priorities and recommend security patches and updates by gathering information from internal and external resources on the vulnerability of BDC’s infrastructure and software applications and by analyzing this formation.

– Regularly verify and analyze all systems and application logs in order to identify suspicious activity and recommend solutions to eliminate or mitigate risks.

– Coordinate intrusion tests with external suppliers and, in certain cases, perform intrusion tests to detect any weak points in BDC’s infrastructure and recommend solutions to eliminate or mitigate the risks identified.

– Perform technical forensic investigation analysis when instructed and produce all documents and evidence necessary to support and meet the needs of the investigation.

– Take part in verifications and structured security assessments of BDC’s technological environment in order to ensure that it is protected and complies with established security standards; prepare documents for distribution and provide technical support to the teams responsible for the computer environment.

– Help resolve complex security issues by analyzing GC-CIRT (Government of Canada Computer Incident Response Team) advisories, in order to improve methods for ensuring the safety of BDC’s technological environment.

– Help identify security solutions for various BDC systems.

– Participate in the development and evolution of technological environment security directives, processes and standards and participate in the development of the procedures needed to implement and maintain them.

– Perform other related duties as assigned.

– Minimum eight years’ experience in IT, five of which in network and/or security
– Must have solid experience with at least one of each leading SIEM and EDR tools: Splunk, Qradar, Carbon Black and Crowdstrike,
– Must have solid experience with Data Loss Prevention solution: Microsoft, Symantec
– Any of the following certifications: GSEC, GPPA, GCIA, GCWN, GMON, GCDA, OSCP
– Minimum of 1 years’ experience with a programming or scripting language such as Python or PowerShell in the context of IR tool building capacity
– Familiar with cyber frameworks such as ATT
– Experience in a Security Operations Center (SOC) or Cyber Incident Response Team (CIRT), preferably in security monitoring and security incident response
– Leadership, autonomy, vigilance, team spirit, ability to see the big picture, and discretion
– Ability to simplify complex issues
– Knowledge of open source platforms
– Sense of priority, understanding of issues, criticality and impact
– Strong working knowledge of networking technologies
– Strong experience with Windows platform
– Open-source knowledge
– Ability to share information with peers and transfer knowledge
– Ability to handle multiple requests and manage priorities
– Ability to translate and integrate theory into the specifics and tactical realities of IT operations
– Ability to effectively communicate in both official languages EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER At BDC, we value diversity in our workforce and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

We appreciate all responses and advise that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.