Information Security Analyst
- BBBH812057 May 11, 2022 Competitive
As a Security Analyst, you will help manage the group-wide information security domain. You will carry out regular assessments of IT systems and processes to identify all potential security vulnerabil
Job Title: Information Security Analyst
Work policy: Hybrid (3 days at least office, 2 days remote)
As a Security Analyst, you will help manage the group-wide information security domain. You will carry out regular assessments of IT systems and processes to identify all potential security vulnerabilities and risks facing the business.
- Make recommendations for improvement to the business for any newly required controls, or modifications to existing controls.
- Develop policies and processes.
- Support the company Cyber Security awareness training, respond to queries and deliver phishing simulation exercises.
- Take a proactive approach to end point security, including device management and threat hunting with our SIEM.
- To monitor systems and networks for attacks, intrusions and unusual, unauthorised or illegal activity, highlighting potential weaknesses and implement strengthening measures where necessary.
- Troubleshoot security and network problems.
- Respond to all system and/or network security breaches.
- To monitor and respond to 'phishing' emails and 'pharming' activity.
- Support the creation of monthly reports for both technical and non-technical staff and senior stakeholders on key aspects of the Group's performance in relation to Cyber Security.
- To research and evaluate emerging Cyber Security threats.
- To keep up to date with the latest security and technology developments.
The successful candidate will have the following:
- 2+ years' experience in a similar security-related positions
- Experience with Windows and Azure or Cloud technologies in general.
- Previous experience in implementing and deploying security controls in at least one of these areas: network security, cloud security, endpoint security, or application security.
- Up-to-date knowledge of current exploit techniques, vulnerability disclosures, data breach incidents, and security analysis techniques, combined with the understanding of the potential impact on the security posture.
- Understanding of cybersecurity standards and frameworks e.g., ISO27001, NIST, CIS, OWASP, SANS.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
- Self-motivation with commitment, drive, and enthusiasm.
- A proactive approach to work and the ability to prioritise effectively.
- Security professional related certification (CISSP, CCSP, OSCP, SANS or equivalent) desirable.
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.
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