Cybersecurity Analyst

at Robert Half
Published July 4, 2021
Location Miami, FL
Category Default  
Job Type Full-time  


Ref ID: 01020-9502999619

Classification: Application Developer

Compensation: DOE

Position Specific Description

The Cybersecurity Technology Solutions (CTS) team is looking for a Cybersecurity Analyst to join our organization.

Highly Desired Skills

• Experience with endpoint protection technologies such as Anti-Virus, Endpoint Detection and Response, and Insider Threat platforms

• Experience with network protection technologies such as IDS/IPS and network inspection tools

• Experience with core technologies such as Identity Access Management tools, SIEM and SOAR platforms

• Familiarity with controls and control measures as it relates to Cybersecurity technologies

• Familiarity with compliance and governance (NERC CIP, SOX)

• Experience in applying agile/scrum methodology to develop and deliver large-scale deployments

• Effective interpersonal skills; works well with business stakeholders to understand the short-term and long-term business needs 

• Scripting and programming language skills (Python, PowerShell, Java, Javascript)

• Strong written and verbal skills

• Highly organized

Job Overview

This job performs ongoing cybersecurity risk reviews for new and existing technologies and services and supports ongoing and new cybersecurity projects. Individuals develop requirements for and implement technical security projects and tools, as well as define the company’s cybersecurity policies and control framework. This position collaborates with the company’s IT department and business units to identify the need for, select, and deploy technical controls to meet specific security requirements. Employees in this role build processes and standards to ensure security requirements continue to be met.

Job Duties & Responsibilities

• Administers, operates and monitors NextEra Energy (NEE) information security sensors, logging, alerting and other detection mechanisms to identify and respond to threats

• Develops a subject matter expertise for one or multiple assigned cybersecurity technology stacks (e.g., identity and access management, network intrusion detection and prevention, host based security tools)

• Collaborates with security architecture to identify, evaluate and recommend new security technologies for suitability within NEE’s environment and security posture

• Communicates ongoing cybersecurity activities, priorities and risk measurements or mitigations at multiple organizational levels

• Provides guidance for security activities and requirements in the system development life cycle (SDLC) and application development efforts. Participates in organizational projects, as required

• Performs other job-related duties as assigned