Second-level analysis and response of intrusion events and incidents Second-level analysis and response of suspicious and malicious emails Incident, event, and mission impact
determination/escalation/prioritization Data entry into incident management and tracking ticketing system Coordination of incident and event feedback to customers Perform vulnerability scanning Identify abnormalities and report violations Architect, implement, and administer technical security solutions and controls Develop plans, processes, procedures, and standards to address security requirements Research and recommend security upgrades Maintain operational computer and network security systems to include: firewalls, Windows and UNIX operating system security, virus protection, Internet Proxies, Network Access Control, Active Directory, IDS/IPS, SIEM, and vulnerability management Lead projects and internal Cybersecurity initiatives Must be able to participate in a 24x7 on-call
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related degree with a minimum of five years of experience is required . In depth knowledge of security concepts, protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP, etc.), well-known ports (DNS, SMTP, FTP, LDAP, etc.), processes, architectures, tools (firewalls, proxy, anti-virus software, authentication and access control technologies, IDS/IPS, network traffic analysis, NAC, DLP, SIEM technology, incident handling, media/malware analysis, etc.), and Windows and Linux operating systems. Significant experience with analyzing network traffic for suspicious and malicious activity using tools such as Wireshark (or equivalent) for packet capture analysis. Requires strong interpersonal and communication skills to work effectively with management, clients, and have the ability to coordinate with other members of the business team and technical team.
Experience working in a Cybersecurity Operations Center Experience with incident/event correlation tools (SIEM) Experience in forensic analysis and investigation
Security+: CompTIA’s popular base-level security certification CCNA: Cisco Certified Network Associate – Routing and Switching CEH: Certified Ethical Hacker GSEC/GCIH/GCIA/GMON: GIAC Security Certifications CISSP
*Will consider Security Analyst II
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related degree with a minimum of two years of experience is required.
Security Analyst III 85,950-107,430 (min-mid)
Security Analyst II 69,140-86,420 (min-mid)
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