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Security Analyst

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NTT Security

Position Overview >
We have a fantastic opportunity to join our On-Site SOC team as a Security Analyst, based at our customer’s site in Chiswick.

As a Security Analyst you will be responsible for delivering security, monitoring and alerting services as part of a team located on customer site

As a Security Analyst your responsibilities will include :

> Ensure the integrity of client IT infrastructures
> Pro-active engagement with the client internal IS team
> Protect the information systems from external and internal attack / compromise
> Deliver security monitoring and alerting services, assisting with investigations as a result of escalated problems and security alerts from security information & event management systems (SIEM)
> Provide advice and guidance to client teams around threats, vulnerabilities and security changes
> Understand and articulate emerging threats and incidents to different audiences within the client, including technical, operations management, senior management and executives

As a Security Analyst your skills and qualifications will include:

> Ideally a proven experience in a similar role, within the IT Security industry
> Industry recognized accreditation would be a plus – e.g. CISSP, GCIA, GCIH, CEH
> Experience in supporting critical/high priority incident management and handling processes
> Very good communication skills combined with professional telephone manner
> TCP/IP networking skills
> Knowledge of security technologies and experience of security technologies, including: Randomstorm, FireEye, RSA (Security Analytics, Archer, Netwitness)
> Knowledge in the use of Intrusion Detection systems, management, response to, and tuning of, alerts
> Experience of working in environments subject to compliance requirements such as PCI DSS, FSA (UK), SOX and Euro-SOX, ISO27000 Series
> Good working knowledge of Unix (Solaris, Linux, BSD) and Windows

About us >

NTT Security seamlessly delivers cyber resilience by enabling organizations to build high-performing and effective security, and risk management programs with controls that enable the increasingly connected world and digital economy to overcome constantly changing security challenges. Through the Full Security Life Cycle, we ensure that scarce resources are used effectively by providing the right mix of integrated consulting, managed, cloud, and hybrid services – delivered by local resources and leveraging our global capabilities. NTT Security is part of the NTT Group (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation), one of the largest information and communications technology (ICT) companies in the world. For more information, visit www.nttsecurity.com.

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