The CTCT division (a joint venture between Trimble and Caterpillar) creates world leading grade control and automation products for customers in the paving, construction, landfill, and mining industries.
Our products make operators of heavy equipment more productive, whether they’re working on a landscaping job in someone’s backyard, leveling a section for a house, building a subdivision or highway, or operating an 800-tonne excavator on a mine site.
Central to our success is accurate positioning. We utilise the latest in technology from our inhouse developed positioning technologies utilising IMU, GNSS, Laser, Optical and Sonic sensors, and some tech we can’t even talk about yet, to empower machine operators with clear and accurate guidance.
In many cases we automate functions of the machine, so the operator can concentrate on other tasks. The Christchurch office is the largest of five in the global CTCT team.
About the Job : In the ever evolving world of cutting edge machine control, there is increasing connectivity with off machine technology.
This trend enables Trimble to offer innovative solutions for increased efficiency, productivity, and flexibility. However, this connectivity requires cybersecurity measures to protect our customers.
This is where you come in! As a Cybersecurity Engineer, you’ll take the lead role in the secure design and implementation of machine control systems.
Working with multidisciplinary teams, you’ll identify product cybersecurity vulnerabilities, determine potential risks, and recommend appropriate actions.
You’ll lead secure product development processes, making ongoing adjustments in response to emerging security threats. You’ll also provide training to improve the organization’s cybersecurity preparedness.
What you'll do : Work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to identify threats and vulnerabilities, assess risks and impacts, and recommend and implement appropriate controls Align with Trimble and Caterpillar cybersecurity guidelines Clearly articulate cyber risks and solutions to diverse audiences Ensure that anyone who might alter the attack surface is aware of their responsibilities, and has the necessary understanding to act appropriately Regularly assess and report on cybersecurity capabilities and status for both the product and the engineering process Embed cybersecurity into everyday development processes Lead action in response to CVEs and other identified vulnerabilities Research and understand emerging information security threats and vulnerabilities Research, design, and advocate for new technologies, architectures, and security products that will support the security requirements for our products What you'll bring : We are looking for a solutions focussed, collaborative team player that’s excited about an opportunity to apply the skills and passion that they have for cybersecurity to our cutting edge technologies.
Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or a related field Proven experience in Information Security Broad knowledge across multiple domains including software development, web applications, firmware, QA / test engineering, and operations Experience with ISO 27001, SAE J3061 / ISO 21434, or similar, would be ideal but not essential Current understanding of industry trends and emerging threats Only applicants who are legally entitled to work permanently in NZ will be considered for this role.
Trimble is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, colour, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor. EOE / M / F / V / D