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Today 03:21 AM
Unregistered if offered a certain package can negotiate for more? or not allowed to and offer would be rescinded?
Today 03:09 AM
Unregistered in general, what is the average number of months of bonus in LTA? thank you for any helpful replies!
Today 12:54 AM
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post

I remember they told me its the “same” benefits as perm staff, but its true about being at the mercy of the hirer... not that you will “slack” because you are perm vs contract but I suppose the mental stress is there :/
listen to the HR. it will be the same even for bonus if you are a direct contract tagged to a perm HC.
anyway, GT is not difficult to get it.

and no such thing abour the phd, masters and such
Yesterday 10:56 PM
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
is statboard pay similar throughout all agencies?
no. some similar but not all the same.
Yesterday 10:52 PM
Unregistered is statboard pay similar throughout all agencies?
Yesterday 08:04 PM
Originally Posted by Engineer pubbbb View Post
Hi was wondering if $4800 is a reasonable offer for PUB ER12A Engineer grade ?
2nd upper, NS, 3.5 years working experience

Many thanks !

Heard fresh grad already 4500.
Seems like you are underpaid
Yesterday 05:24 PM
Unregistered I think to be fair enough security is a big thing now and i believe all are still new. Security span across multiple domain such as network, endpoint protection, SIEM logs management, penetration etc. Its really a wide scope. It really tough to find someone that knows every single components and I believe it take up a team to form up while focusing on their individual expertise and cross domain once opportunities arise.

Even if there is someone that is of a seniority level, they could just be focusing on specific areas.

Right now the cyberspace is employing massively but i wonder do they know what they want, how to set up their soc etc.
Yesterday 05:07 PM
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
Sorry to burst your bubble I have a fresh grad cybersecurity sim. He basically did nothing for 2uears.kist install security software program and use it....

What a joke.. OK

Senior is the role that can advise what kind of attack how to prevent. How to configure the system. Penetration test.... Encryption standard. Review process.

Those skills takes years actual industry fight fire. Like in the sinhhealth case. How to detect network penetrarkon... Your 2 years want to o call senior.
No wonder fresh grad also want to be called senior.

I know some cybersecurotu guru. He demo us how phone is used to hack. How to prevent etc.
He in 10 years he also scared to call himself an expert cause the hackers are way better than him.
You kena fired liao still so free never go find job ah? Anyway senior security consultant dont perform jobs like pen test or setting up ur firewalls etc. Consultant is consultant, they advice. Don't disgrace urself by bringing up singhealth attack. Do you even know how did the whole incident occur? Did u even read up on the coi report? Sometimes dun act so smart, know the difference between roles pls.
Yesterday 04:40 PM
1 year contract job

Do you think it is worth to apply 1 year contract job (with no potential to renew) considering that the interview process in the Civil Service takes at least 1-3 months to complete ?
Yesterday 02:01 PM
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
I have 2+ years of experience in private sector.

just wondering on the rough pay grade on the CSA cybersecurity scheme for consultant and senior consultant ranks.

got called for interview for a senior consultant position and wondering if they would offer a consultant position at the end of it if they deem that my 2+ years is not enough for the senior consultant role.
Senior is minimally 5-10 years exp
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