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Security Operations Centre Lead - £70,000 - London

Job Title: Security Operations Centre Lead - £70,000 - London
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £60000 - £70000 per annum + benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J5657
Contact Name: Lewis Etherington
Contact Email: lewise@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

The focus of the role will be to develop the SIEM infrastrcuture while growing out a high performing SOC team.

Role Responsibilities

  • Managing and devleoping the SIEM infrastrcutre
  • Developing a Security Operations Centre team
  • Detecting, investigatign and remediating security incidents
  • Working with key security stakeholders to improve the organisations security capabilities
  • Developing new security policies and procedures

Key Skills

  • Experience building or managing a SOC team
  • Ability to utilise SIEM technologies
  • Defining the Security Operations Centre strategy
  • Experience leading teams during security incidents
  • Ability to analyse security logs to identify the root causes os security incidents

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