The analyst will research new security technologies to help decide what will most effectively protect the organization. This may involve attending cybersecurity conferences to hear firsthand accounts of other professionals who have experienced new types of attacks, reading trade journals, or attending local ISA/ISACA/InfraGard chapter meetings.
Proactively monitor and administer network systems connected to Companys computing environment. The technologies include, but are not limited to routers, switches, wireless access points, firewalls, load balancers, voice, and video systems.
Support the identification, validation and remediation of information technology controls required by Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and Payment Cardholder Information Data Security Standards (PCI DSS), regulations governing personally identifiable information (PII), and other applicable regulatory compliance frameworks.
Oversees and follows up enhancements and small projects implementation activities including development and testing; working with functional and technical developers to ensure business requirements are clear and development activities are on schedule.
This position is responsible for the communication of problem, incident and other service related activities performed within the Application Development and Maintenance group to business constituencies within HCSC.
Perform, on behalf of UL clients, code reviews and risk analysis of critical enterprise functions; follow up on the latest developments and contribute to the internal innovation in the cyber security area.
Providing monitoring and response to security events as part of the Security Operations Center (SOC) team. Responding to inbound security monitoring alerts, emails, and inquiries from the organization.