Cyber Security Analyst

at Atlas Management Corporation
Location Nashville, TN
Date Posted September 25, 2020
Category Default
Job Type Full-time

Description

Essential Job Responsibilities:

Manage and monitor cyber-attacks and intrusions, respond to incidents, investigate violations, and recommend appropriate enhancements to plug potential cyber security gaps in the environment.

Perform daily security reviews, antivirus/malware log analysis, security hotfixes, and service pack reviews and installations.

Direct network monitoring and penetration testing efforts.

Use advanced analytic tools to determine emerging threat patterns and vulnerabilities.

Monitor identity and access management, including monitoring for abuse of permissions by authorized system users.

Manage firewalls and proxy servers, internet border, intrusion detection analysis tools and reports, and antivirus/malware software.

Manage administration of ssl certificates.

Maintain an information security risk register and assist with internal and external audits relating to information security.

Engage in 'ethical hacking', e.g., simulating security breaches and approved infrastructure penetration testing.

Review network changes and security implications, as well as other security tasks as identified.

Maintain and administer encryption software as necessary for secure mobile computing requirements.

Actively research and test new tools and approaches to enhance security practices across the organization; stay abreast of evolving trends in cyber security tools and practices.

Review and monitor backup software and processes to ensure security of systems, data, and encryption as necessary.

Provide IT forensic investigative support for both legal and administrative investigations as required.

Evaluate and test new hardware and software technology for security, e.g., servers, workstations, and other technologies as needed.

Develop plans for enterpise system security, data protection, and disaster recovery in the event of any security breaches.

Educate and train MNAA staff on cyber security threats, policies, best practices, etc.

Monitor and respond to phishing emails and pharming activity.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Security, or four (4)

years of equivalent work experience.

Comprehensive working knowledge of Windows 2000/2003/XP/2010 operating systems, Active

Directory, Visual Basic scripting tools, TCP/IP, firewall administration tools, LAN/WAN/VPN skills.

Experience in IT forensic toolsets and processes, including legal requirements and encryption technologies.

Certifications and or Licenses: Certified Ethical hacker, CompTIA, Security , CISSP, or CCNA are desirable.

DHS/TSA background check or ability to pass such a check.

Experience with training individuals on security best practices is desirable.

An understanding of the cyber security risks associated with various technologies and ways to manage them.