This IT Security Analyst (Awareness and Training) is overall responsible for our security awareness and training program. Ultimately this person's job is to reduce risk to our organization by ensuring all employees, staff and contractors know,understand and follow our security requirements and behave in a secure manner.
Guide Service Delivery and Testing Team staff on system architectures, project detail and timelines; analyze problems and provide technical investigation of support queries escalated by the global support team to engineering team.
The Microsoft Engineer will be primarily responsible for the day-to-day support/maintenance of the software distribution infrastructure for Microsoft servers and clients globally. Additional responsibilities include the development/deployment of a base image for clients, the automation of the build/re-build process, end point security, whitelisting and SOX/PCI compliance.
The Sr. Security Analyst will be responsible for ensuring that information assets and technologies are adequately protected by identifying, developing, implementing and maintaining processes to reduce information security risks.
The IT Support Engineer must have an excellent understanding of computers (both hardware and software) and a demonstrated willingness to learn and apply new technology. They must possess superior technical aptitude, written and oral communications skills and the ability to deal effectively with people in a wide variety of situations.
Assist in defining firm-wide security controls for the Network environment and related infrastructure services including perimeter security, IP filters and firewalls, remote administration, account security, patch and release management.
The Data Protection Engineer will be responsible for data security pertaining to, but not limited to, identifying potential security vulnerabilities, determining what controls are necessary in order to protect the data, determining the effectiveness of the controls already or designed to be put in place.