My client, one of the UK's leading employee benefits providers, is looking for an Information Security Engineer (Sec Ops, Net Ops, Windows) to join their growing team in Dorking.
They have a Fortune 500 parent company and are themselves an international company where communication across cultures is promoted.
This role is working on a hybrid model, partly at home, partly in the office and is paying £50-£60k.
As an Information Security Engineer, you will be responsible for using defensive measures and information collected from a variety of sources to identify, analyse, report events, and respond to incidents that occur within the network to protect information, information systems, and networks from threats.
Required knowledge for the Information Security Engineer:
A Bachelor's degree, or equivalent experience/demonstrable years of related work experience
Demonstrable knowledge of Security Operations (Sec Ops) and Network Operations (Net Ops).
Experience in Microsoft environment including Wintel, Distributed Environment, Active Directory, Windows Operating Systems, Windows Server Operating Systems, Exchange/Outlook and SharePoint
Proficient in network security concepts and incident response management.
Awareness or working knowledge of corporate, industry and professional standards, (e.g. ITIL and Agile methodology).
Experience in application and network security assessment methods, tools, and techniques.
Good knowledge of one or more of the following security areas:
Operating system security (Windows, Apple, Linux)
Internet technologies & protocols (NTP, Proxy, HTTP, HTTPS, HTML, TLS)
Basic TCP/IP and networking concepts and equipment
Intrusion detection and prevention technologies (i.e. IDS, IPS…)
End-point security products (i.e. Anti-virus, Malware, Hard drive encryption)Key skills for the Information Security Engineer:
Identifying, capturing, containing, and reporting malware.
Preserving evidence integrity according to standard operating procedures or national standards.
Securing network communications.
Recognizing and categorizing types of vulnerabilities and associated attacks.
Protecting a network against malware. (e.g., NIPS, anti-malware, restrict/prevent external devices, spam filters).
Performing damage assessments.
Using security event correlation tools.
Design incident response for cloud service models.
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