IT Security Analyst
36 minutes ago
Identify, document and report security issues and concerns to officials.
Follow-up on action items to resolve IT and program security issues.
Develop remediation plans and coordinate activities with other organizational departments.
Optimize up-to-date technical solutions and processes, including: analyzing vulnerability reports (Qualys or Nessus related data) and audit logs (Splunk, SUMO).
Create actionable reports of findings to be provided to customers.
Utilize Anti-spam/anti-spyware, enterprise configuration and integrity management tools.
Manage common threats and issues leading to security incidents, e.g., common forms of malware, credential phishing, "drive by" host compromises, internal data spillage events, and inadvertent data leaks.
Host forensics skills, including collecting and analyzing system artifacts (file system, memory, running processes, and network connections) to assess potential compromise.
Utilize technical basics, including networking fundamentals, common application protocols, system architecture, and basics of software development.
Research and learn unfamiliar technologies quickly, adapting existing knowledge and processes to investigate and resolve security issues.