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SOC Analyst

Job Title: SOC Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £40000 - £55000 per annum + benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: lesoc01_1506415175
Contact Name: Lewis Etherington
Contact Email:
Job Published: 21 days ago

Job Description

This is an opportunity to work in a greenfield Security Operations Centre and as such will have the scope to assist in the development of the function. The ideal candidate will have experience of working in a 24X7 SOC environment and resolving tickets for customers.

Role Responsibilities

  • Responding to security alerts and incidents
  • Identifying anomalies on the SIEM system
  • Taking up on-call duties as part of the 24/7 SOC when required
  • Publishing white papers on Cyber Security trends
  • Acting in a client facing position providing MSSP services

Key Skills

  • Experience within a 24/7 SOC environment
  • Knowledge of advanced persistent threat vectors
  • Understanding of Linux
  • Ability to operate security tools such as SIEM, firewalls and DLP
  • Excellent technical knowledge of cyber security

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