Meet our professionals CGI: An employer of choice Position Description The Industrial Control Systems Cyber Security Engineer is a deep technical expert in the support, design, configuration, and change of Process Control Systems and their integration into the overall local network (called the Process Control Domain). This role is particularly focused on the design, configuration, and maintenance of network security controls that safeguard the process control layer from outsider access. The role will also support both local and global PCD project activities with operational support activities based on demand. Your future duties and responsibilities Foundational: • Operate the PCD cyber security controls focusing on patching, anti-virus, back-up and restore, and asset inventory controls. • Provide IT support to the PCD through server system administration, workstation support, network support, and break/fix. • Maintain asset inventory and logical network drawings of PCD components documenting PCD systems, network traffic, and data interfaces. • Design and implement data communication channels and technology selections for data transfers between systems • Develop, maintain and execute any site-specific procedures required to maintain PCD security compliance. • Have an overview of security measures implemented and documented non-compliance to information security requirements • Performing site visits to production units for remediation activities and to assure controls and procedures in place. • Provide afterhours support on an exception basis. Networking: • Execute day-to-day information security tasks related to infrastructure in PCD • Monitor servers, networks and communication equipment using implemented tools, systems and applications (SolarWinds, Splunk, etc) • Maintain and backup system configuration for servers and network equipment and ensure backups are stored securely • Review security logs and provide reports for identifying potential intrusion, and escalate incidents as necessary, ensuring incidents are properly investigated, remediated, reviewed and closed • Implement change management procedures and testing procedures for network and endpoint security and ensure endorsement from business • Patch and update network device firmware • Design, implement, and review firewall rules in line with Shell's cyber security best practices Project & Discretionary Activities: • Act as a senior project resource for both local PCD projects/discretionary work and global PCD security projects as demand requires. • Provide subject matter expertise on PCD cyber security, network, and PCD system design to projects including architecture, risk assessment, and implementation phases Required qualifications to be successful in this role General: • Minimum Experience: 8+ years implementing and managing IT security within an operating environment. • Minimum Education or Certification: 4-year Degree related to IT or relevant certifications • A strong understanding of international industrial cyber security standards and ecosystem. • Some travel may also be required to support project based activities. • Excellent Communication Skills • Strong stakeholder management • Strong technical skills and experience in network device configuration (switch, router, firewall) and systems administration (Wintel, Linux) • Cyber Security skills including risk assessment • Engineering/PACO experience/certification Certifications: • Cyber Security: GICSP Desired Qualifications: • GICSP Certification strongly preferred*LI-TM1 Skills Security What you can expect from us Build your career with us. 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