Brad Lynch started his PAC journey in 2020 as an IT Security Specialist and is now one of our talented Cyber Security Architects. Working for the Cyber Security capability, his primary responsibilities are assessing processes and security controls relating to various information systems through the InfoSec Registered Assessors Program (IRAP). In addition, he supports maturity level assessments […]
PAC is pleased to announce the signature of our contract with the Commonwealth of Australia (CoA) to deliver Initial Common Support Infrastructure (ICSI) for another three years. Working on this project since 2009, PAC has expanded the life-of-type of the ICSI capability, providing services to the CoA such as Support Services Management, Operational Support, Help Desk, […]
Unlike what the sitcom Parks and Recreation‘s actors sing in its last season—”don’t be suspicious” (the song that went viral on social media), we’d say be suspicious when it comes down to cybersecurity. Cyberattacks are becoming more ingenious, and being aware of these threats can make a huge difference in security. On Tuesday (29 March), […]
Despite its challenges, 2020 has been an exciting and productive year for the PAC team. Today, we are pleased to acknowledge declaration of Full Operational Capability (FOC) for JP2089 PH2A and recognize the accomplishments of our PAC team and Commonwealth partners. Since 2009, our team of hard-working and dedicated individuals have worked alongside the […]
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Pacific Aerospace Consulting (PAC) is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for a C4I Systems Technical Lead, to join a multidisciplinary team of Project Management, Engineering, Logistics and Tactical Datalink SMEs supporting PAC in the delivery of niche services to the ADF.
PAC is seeking a Mission Planning Systems Technician to join its Australian Division.
PAC is seeking Systems Engineers to join its Australian Division.
Those who are broadly aware of the field of information security would know of the CIA Triad. The three components that represent the pillars of information security—those being confidentiality, integrity and availability.
Many Defence Mission Systems operate on stand-alone networks for a variety of valid reasons. Sometimes for security reasons (Confidentiality) and at other times for technical certification reasons (Integrity). This usually means that the automated patch management technology provided on strategic networks is unavailable.
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