Salary Range (SGD)1
Years of Experience
2,920 – 4,170
0 – 3 Years
Network Security Analyst / Administrator
Network Security Analysts are responsible for ensuring the security of an organisation’s networks from threats originating from both inside and outside of the organisation. They are focused on overseeing and ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of all computer systems.
What do Network Security Analyst / Administrator do?
- Write and implement network security policies
- Audit hardware and software entities on the network to find and close security gaps
- Enhance system security by installing and configuring hardware and software designed to protect the network from malicious entities such as hackers, viruses and spyware
- Ensure the security of traffic that passes through the network, and that security policies are up-to date and being followed
- Monitor, analyse and main system access logs and passwords for network users
- Report security threats and take corrective steps wherever there are breaches to security
Why be one?
- Critical Emerging Technology Professionals are in demand:
The IMDA’s Annual Survey on Infocomm Manpower for 20152 estimated that they accounted for 11,100 of the total demand for Infocomm professionals.
Employers estimated demand to increase by another 5,700 for these job roles by 2018.
What courses do we recommend to start your career as a Network Security Analyst?
Network Security Analyst Track
1 Source: Michael Page 2016 South East Asia Salary & Employment Outlook
* Please note that the salary ranges can only be approximate guides.
2 Source: IMDA Annual Infocomm Manpower Survey and https://data.gov.sg/