Security Operations Analyst/SOC Analyst

  • Cheltenham, England
  • Permanent
  • £40000 - £45000 per annum + Great Benefits

Security Operations Analyst/SOC Analyst

Up to £45k + excellent benefits

Based in Cheltenham (currently remote)

Excellent benefits including good pension scheme, Perkbox membership, Life Cover, Excellent training budget!

Working in a vibrant fast paced and highly collaborative team in the heart of Cheltenham, close to good rail connections and great shops, restaurants and bars, in offices that provide an excellent working environment with open office space; you will be working for a company that values their staff and strive to create and friendly and sociable environment.

An all-round lovely company, our client is also able & willing to accommodate flexible working and are open to discussing any requirements as and when the need arises. They are working towards a hybrid office/remote working model where they are happy to work with their staff to make sure they achieve the right balance for all.

Our market leading fintech client are now looking for a Security Operations Analyst to be responsible for the operation and configuration of security tools that identify and detect potentially malicious activity. The successful candidate will require demonstrable experience in operation of various security tools.

With prior SOC experience being highly desirable, you will have knowledge and experience in cloud platform security (AWS) and ideally have a recognised Security Industry certification such as SANS, CISSP, CISA, CISM or equivalent education. With demonstrable knowledge of technical security controls, their design, implementation, and operation and working knowledge of IP and relevant Internet technologies. Attack principles and the cyber kill chain and previous experience with EDR, SIEM, Vulnerability Management, IDS/IPS

Your day to day duties will include:

  • Manage and maintain Critical Security Systems and Controls
  • Ensure effective security monitoring, alerting, and reporting systems are in place
  • Monitor for and investigate suspicious and potentially malicious activity
  • Tune security controls to improve detection
  • Effectively manage any security-related incidents
  • Investigate, document, and report on information security issues and emerging trends
  • Analyse and respond to previously undisclosed software and hardware vulnerabilities
  • Identity and Access Management responsibilities

Our client is an all-round lovely company who are also able & willing to accommodate flexible working and are open to discussing any requirements as and when the need arises.

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