The Cyber Security Analyst 3 is responsible for the integration of the Cyber Security Program into management and work practices. The individual in this position performs analysis, assessments and reports on vulnerabilities that may be found in the Information Technology infrastructure. The Cyber Security Analyst 3 is also responsible for testing system compliance, investigate new technologies and document/present findings to mitigate risk.
The IA Analyst will report to the Office of Information Assurance and operate as an experienced information assurance consultant to SCDHHS leadership, business units, business partners, vendors, and other stakeholders.
In this role, you will be supporting and managing an evolving IT infrastructure, computer operations of the production and staging systems. The selected candidate will be advise, investigating and evaluating the selection of solutions used by our customer.
In this role, you will be responsible to maintain an effective, courteous, and timely channel of communication with customers from initial inbound call or outbound contact to satisfactory resolution of all issues.
In this role, you will be responsible for operating and maintaining various security appliances such as network, web application, and email firewalls, intrusion protection, and network access control devices.
In this role, you will be responsible to create, update and maintain appropriate documentation including on-boarding processes and procedures, operational issue tracking and resolution reporting, ticket management and validation analysis checklists.
In this role, you will assist in the overall security of agency information systems. Responsible for operating and maintaining various security appliances such as network, web application, and email firewalls, intrusion protection, and network access control devices.
In this role, the selected candidate will implement processes to document and monitor the network portfolio using a risk based approach; lead new and recurring network security risk assessments, develop mitigation plans, and work with internal stakeholders to assign remediation tracking responsibility.
The Information Security Policy Analyst is responsible for the creation of presentations, highlighting benefits of new and updated documents and communication messages, intended for EY leadership, stakeholders and general staff.
In this role, you will ensure the security of Clients information assets by providing information security planning, risk mitigation, and assuring other corporate-wide information security measures are in place.
In this role, the selected candidate will perform Enterprise Security Engineer duties. Back up for web filter, SiEM, IDS/IPS: This includes troubleshooting and resolving help desk tickets related to Firewall, IDS/IPS, Web filter, and SIEM and Endpoint Security Products including Virus Scan, HDLP.