Palo Alto Migration SME

Job Title: Palo Alto Migration SME
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Southbank, Victoria
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 190868_1545094081
Contact Name: Nicole Leishman
Contact Email:
Job Published: December 19, 2018 16:31

Job Description

Our client is looking for an experienced Network Security Engineer to specialise in a Checkpoint to Palo Alto Migration.

You will have strong experience in migrating firewalls from Checkpoint to Palo Alto.

You will have experience in these key areas of focus:

  • Very strong technical experience in IT Security
  • Proven experience in deploying IT security devices in large complex environment
  • Strong network troubleshooting capability (routing (static or dynamic), switching, in depth packet analysis and understanding of the ISO layers)
  • Ability to oversee / review / create / draft security solution designs documents.
  • Strong communication and presentation (written & spoken) capabilities
  • Ease at working and leading teams of engineers through workshop & peer review in large environments and complex deployments
  • Proven experience at migrating legacy firewall vendor to a replacement one
  • Proven experience with Check Point firewalls
  • Proven experience with Palo Alto firewalls
  • Proven experience of content filtering solutions (URL filtering, Proxies, IDS/IPS or L2 firewalls)
  • Deployment experience of advanced security solutions (SSL decryption, WAF, App-ID or User-ID)

Desired experience:

  • Experience migrating firewalls from Checkpoint to Palo Alto
  • Ability to define and drive solution to complex problems / visions.
  • Exposure to compliance tools (Algosec or other)
  • Experience in programming and automation (Ansible, Python, Java)
  • Ability deploying continuous delivery methodology and tooling for IT infrastructure services.
  • Experience creating self-service offerings within the network and security space.

If you have the skills and experience, apply now, as this opportunity won't be around for long.