TECHNICAL RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS
MAKE YOUR BUSINESS SECURE
At 360HR Technical, we are experts in recruiting top talent for the rapidly evolving cyber security industry. Our focus on cyber requirements has given us a deep understanding of the technical tools, processes, and procedures unique to each function within the sector. Although our expertise is diverse, we provide the most value to technology companies, managed security service providers, and start-ups.
As a specialist technical recruitment service provider, we recognise the unique needs and challenges inherent in the cyber security sector. Our team stays current with industry developments by conducting extensive market research and attending conferences and meet-ups throughout Australia. This ensures that we fully comprehend the needs of our clients and the skills of our candidates in order to provide the best possible experience for all.
Working with us guarantees access to the very best talent in the industry at the most competitive rates on the market. Partner with 360HR Technical and rest assured that you are in capable hands.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS SUCCEED.
Find the Best Talent
Our mission is to help you find the best talent by sifting through the clutter and delivering top-notch advice on assembling optimal teams.
Understand Your Business Needs
Comprehending your unique needs and the intricacies of the technology landscape, 360HR Technical delivers tailored strategies that align with your business objectives. We act as an informed HR partner, leveraging tech insights to drive growth and enhance your operational efficiency.
ALWAYS UP TO DATE
Staying current with evolving HR trends, 360HR Technical provides innovative strategies that meet market requirements and future-proofs your business. We’re a proactive HR partner that anticipates industry shifts, enhancing your talent strategies and driving business growth.
TECHNICAL RECRUITMENT POSITIONS
KEY JOB ROLES WITHIN THE CYBER INDUSTRY
The field of cybersecurity is vast and encompasses a wide variety of job roles, each focusing on specific aspects of security. These roles often require a mix of technical skills, industry certifications (like CISSP, CISM, CEH), and continuous learning due to the evolving nature of threats and technology.
Here are 15 key job roles within the cyber industry:
Cyber Security Analyst
Monitors an organisation’s IT infrastructure for security breaches, investigates violations when they occur, and implements security measures to protect against data breaches and attacks.
Cyber Security Consultant
Advises businesses on how best to protect their infrastructure from cyberattacks, typically based on the specific needs and vulnerabilities of the business.
Penetration Tester (or Ethical Hacker)
Actively tries to exploit vulnerabilities in a system (with permission) to determine where the weaknesses exist.
Information Security Manager
Oversees and manages an organisation’s information security program and ensures that all aspects of security are maintained.
Designs and implements secure network solutions to defend against advanced cyberattacks, hacking attempts, and intrusions.
Addresses and manages breaches and cyberattacks, aiming to minimise damage and restore normal operations as quickly as possible.
Security Software Developer
Develops software designed to keep sensitive information out of the hands of hackers.
Plans, designs, and creates a secure network architecture for an organisation.
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
Senior-level executive responsible for the strategy, implementation, and management of an organisation’s overall cybersecurity program.
Digital Forensics Expert
Investigates cybercrimes by analysing computer networks, systems, and data to gather evidence and understand the nature of the breach.
Evaluates, audits, and reviews security measures in an organisation’s systems and practices, ensuring adherence to best practices and regulations.
Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst
Operates within a Security Operations Center, monitoring and analysing security events in real time and coordinating responses to security incidents
Security Awareness Trainer
Specialises in educating employees about security risks and best practices, often crafting company-wide training programs.
Proactively searches for advanced threats that might have evaded automated security solutions.
Identifies, assesses, and manages vulnerabilities within an organisation, often using specialised software tools.