Senior Cyber Security Instructor
Note: Google’s hybrid workplace includes remote roles.
Remote location: United Arab Emirates.
- Experience as a technical trainer, sales engineer, professional services consultant or a similar role.
- Experience delivering Instructor Led Training (ILT) and Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)courses in cyber security-related topics (e.g., digital forensics, intrusion detection, incident response) to technical audiencies.
- Ability to travel internationally up to 50% of the time as required.
- Experience in Network Security Monitoring (NSM), network traffic analysis, and log analysis.
- Experience with Windows disk and memory forensics.
- Experience with Unix or Linux disk and memory forensics.
- Experience with testing against Windows, Unix or web application goals.
- Knowledge of enterprise security controls in Active Directory/Windows environments.
- Knowledge of Python or other scripting languages.
About the job
- Deliver classroom training to a variety of technical audiences.
- Provide support for cyber security course development efforts, including product research, providing subject matter expertise, and training content review.
- Create, update, and maintain slide decks and lab exercises for customer-facing training.
- Assist with updates for course descriptions, syllabus, and other collateral pertaining to external education.
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