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Incident Response Lead - London - Up to £70,000

Job Title: Incident Response Lead - London - Up to £70,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £55000 - £70000 per annum + benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: leir01
Contact Name: Lewis Etherington
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Montash has been engaged by a Cloud Technology organisation that is looking for an Incident Response Lead to join their rapidly growing Cyber Security Operations team. The CSIRT Lead is responsible for high level Incident Response and remidiation.

The Incident Response Lead will be responsible for handling security breachs passed over by the CSIRT Junior Analysts.

Role responsibilities

  • Remediating Security Incidents utilsing malware analysis and reverse engineering
  • Working as the SME of the UK Computer Security Incident Response Team
  • Implementing new security technologies to be utilised by the CSIRT
  • Development of high level Incident Response capabilities
  • Mentoring junior team members

Key Skills

  • Skilled in malware analysis and reverse engineering
  • Experience working in incident response
  • Working as part of a team
  • Experience developing Incident Response playbooks
  • Security qualifications such as CISSP, CISM, CISA

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