- Oversee and responsible for the entire security team
- Act as a contact point for customer compliance requirements of legal enforcement and industry standards from customer, and communicate the requirements to the operation team
- Responsible for development, maintenance and communication of the ISM policies and ensure that security controls implementation complies with regulatory requirements and contractual obligations
- Monitor and drive improvement initiatives in the ISM security policy to achieve target SLA and KPI
- Responsible for reviewing and advising on the BCP/DR documents in relation to security requirements
- Responsible for monitoring the compliance of the BCM activities
- Responsible for implement compliance review of risk management
- Provide security suggestion about relative issues
- Lead internal security review , and grant final approval for all the reports and documents
- Investigate and solve security incident report.
- Responsible for contacting with authorities and external parties
- Assign learning objective and organize training courses, grow capabilities of team members, and improve team productivity and performance
- Bachelor's degree or above in Computer Science, Information Technology or related disciplines
- Information security management qualifications such as ISO27001 LA, CISA, CISSP or CISM.
- Minimum of 6 years of information security management experience
- At least 6 years of working in Telecom, Managed Service, System Integration, Management Consulting field.
- Substantive experience and understanding of regulatory requirements
- Hands-on experience in various latest technologies : IT infrastructure, applications and security controls
- Experiences in ISO 27001 projects
- Ability to influence and manage diverse cross-functional teams
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Strong team-building skills and the ability to work productively in a team
- Excellent trouble shooting and problem solving skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and the local language