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Detection Engineer (UW)

Employer
Teqniq Limited
Location
Phoenix, Arizona (US)
Salary
Salary: up to $140k/annum
Closing date
1 Nov 2021
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Detection Engineer (UW)

Preferred Locations: Atlanta, GA / Phoenix, AZ / Wisconsin

Salary: up to $140k/annum 

 

Position Summary

As a member of the Managed Security team, the MSS Detection Engineer is a key position in the Cyber Fusion Center.

 

Your Key Qualities and Skills

  • Expertise in SIEM Technologies such as LogRythm
  • Experience with Palo Alto NGFW and Cisco FW a plus
  • Ability to prioritize and successfully deliver across a portfolio of projects without direction
  • Experience documenting security runbooks, standards, guidelines, and best practices
  • Understanding of threat intelligence and cyber threat actor trade craft
  • Ability to handle multiple engagements in parallel and in different stages of implementation and Operations
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong experience with operating systems such as Windows, Unix/Linux, and MacOS
  • A Plus:
  • LogRhythm LRSA, LRSE, LPA certifications
  • Proficiency in programming and scripting languages such as Python, JavaScript, BASH, C++, REST APIs, JSON, and XML
  • Industry certifications such as CEH, Certified Intrusion Analyst, CySA+
  • Understanding the best practices, control frameworks, and applicable existing and new legal/regulatory requirements (e.g., SEC Regulation S-P, FINRA cybersecurity recommendations, data privacy and breach notification laws, ISO 27001, NIST CSF and SP 800-53, CIS, CSA CCM, and PCI DSS)
  • Experience with other security solutions, such as EDR, SASE, firewalls, DLP, NAC, IDS/IPS, and vulnerability assessment tools
  • Knowledge of security frameworks and standards, including MITRE Att&CK, OWASP, and NIST
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