DohaThe RoleAbout Ooredoo : Ooredoo is a dynamic global Telecommunications player operating in 10 countries serving more than 138 million customers.
Ooredoo Qatar employs approximately 1,600 people driving Ooredoo to be the number one choice for world-class communications services in Qatar, and it is a team that you can be part of! About the Business Unit : Corporate Information Security department is responsible for securing information, technology and service availability through effective planning and management.
The section ensures strategic areas securing information, technology and service availability through effective planning and management for OQ.
About the Role : This role is responsible for to ensure information assets are adequately protected through directing staff in identifying, developing, implementing and maintaining processes across the organization to reduce information and technology risks, respond to incidents, establish appropriate standards and controls.
If you would like to view the full Role Profile, please click here About You : You should have at least - 12 years' experience with at least 10 years with a telecom operator in similar capacity -
Thorough understanding of network and IT security standards and procedures in telecom.RequirementsMinimum Qualifications : -
Bachelor's Degree - Relevant Certifications or advanced degree in Information Security Note : you will be required to attach the following : -
Resume / cvAbout the companyWe are a leading international communications company delivering mobile, fixed, broadband internet, and corporate managed services tailored to the needs of consumers and businesses across markets in the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia.
As a community-focused company, we are guided by our vision of enriching peoples lives and our belief that we can stimulate human growth by leveraging communications to help people achieve their full potential.
Formerly known as Qtel Group, we have a customer base of 92.9 million and reported revenues of USD 9.3 billion in 2012.