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Cyber Security Analyst Available from June 2019

Job Description

Cyber Armor, is an innovative, independent cyber security Swiss provider of advanced threat security solutions in IT and OT domain supporting enterprises and public sector institutions. We are looking for a cyber security analyst to integrate in our virtual SOC in order to reinforce and deliver end-to-end consulting, technology, managed services, and threat intelligence and build strong security projects. If you like problem solving, have a technical mind and are interested in IT, this may be for you.

  • Job Responsibilities
    • Everything you will be working with

      As a cyber security analyst, you'll need to:

      • Keep up to date with the latest security and technology developments
      • Research/evaluate emerging cyber security threats and ways to manage them
      • Plan for disaster recovery in the event of any security breaches
      • Monitor for attacks, intrusions and unusual, unauthorised or illegal activity
      • Use advanced analytic tools to determine emerging threat patterns and vulnerabilities
      • Engage in 'ethical hacking', for example, simulating security breaches
      • Identify potential weaknesses and implement measures
      • Investigate security alerts and provide incident response
      • Monitor identity and access management, including monitoring for abuse of permissions by authorised system users
      • Liaise with stakeholders in relation to cyber security issues and provide future recommendations
      • Generate reports for both technical and non-technical staff and stakeholders
      • Maintain an information security risk register and assist with internal and external audits relating to information security
      • Monitor and respond to 'phishing' emails and 'pharming' activity
      • Assist with the creation, maintenance and delivery of cyber security awareness training for colleagues
      • Give advice and guidance to staff on issues such as spam and unwanted or malicious emails.
  • Experience Required
    • Previous experiences tell a lot

      Key technical skills include:

      • Penetration testing of applications and infrastructure – a good way to find vulnerabilities before attackers do
      • Social engineering – given that humans are the weakest link in the security chain, an analyst’s expertise can help with awareness training
      • Vulnerability and risk assessment – important components of risk management
      • Security assessments of network infrastructure, hosts and applications – another element of risk management
      • Forensics – investigation and analysis of how and why a breach or other compromise occurred
      • Troubleshooting – the skill to recognize the cause of a problem
      • Endpoint protection technologies and techniques
      • DLP, AV and anti-malware – an understanding of the tools used to protect the organization
      • TCP/IP, computer networking, routing and switching – an understanding of the fundamentals: the language, protocol and functioning of the internet
      • ISO27001 assessment – specifications for a framework of policies and procedures that include all legal, physical and technical controls involved in an organization’s risk management
      • C, C++, C#, Java or PHP programming languages – you can’t analyze what you don’t understand
      • Cloud computing – the risks and benefits of using a vendor’s remote servers to store, manage and process an organization’s data
      • Windows, UNIX and Linux operating systems, on which most of the business world runs

      General skills include:

      • Excellent report writing and communication
      • The ability to work well independently or with a team
      • Available to travel, possibly internationally
      • Capable of meeting deadlines and budgets
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