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Data Security Analyst

 

Aires (www.aires.com) has been providing best-in-class relocation management services for over 30 years and is a recognized industry leader in delivering high quality relocation and assignment management services to leading corporations.

We Have…

A strong Aires brand consistently ranked among the mobility industry’s highest annual customer-satisfaction scores and a client-retention rate of over 98%
A stable organization that has grown organically with our clients - we have experienced 20% growth annually

In an effort to further spur our growth, we are currently seeking a Data Security Analyst to join our team!

The qualified individual will primarily be involved with security operations, vulnerability and risk management and auditing.   Analyst will be responsible for monitoring compliance and maintaining awareness of state, federal and company established Information Security regulations/policies by working with internal representatives to identify and resolve areas on non-compliance.  Also, will continuously monitor the Security Compliance Program; providing recommendations of controls on remediation efforts and assessments of new and existing systems and applications to ensure Security Compliance. 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide first level response for security events
  • Install and manage the enterprise intrusion detection system
  • Respond to privileged account misuse, data protection violations and network breaches.
  • Coordinate the enterprise event management including triage, correlation and enrichment of individual events to either rule out as false positive, trigger standard detective and corrective responses, or escalating as a security incident.
  • Augment security operations and monitoring
  • Create and maintain system documentation for security event processing
  • Expand the usage of security monitoring tools to improve the security of the environment
  • Develop reporting and metrics around security monitoring

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology or related field, preferred and a minimum of 3 years  experience preferred or a combination of education and experience.
  • Preferred Security Certifications such as CISSP, Security+
  • Knowledge of ISO 27001, NIST, PCI and other regulations is a plus
  • Previous experience in the following:  Networking,Systems Hardening, Vulnerability Scanning, Penetration Testing, Incident Response, SIEM, Intrusion Detection, Data Loss Prevention and Policies and Procedures
  • The selected person will have knowledge of data security and access control systems, encryption and related matters
  • Experience with network security scanning tools
  • Schedule and apply standard security configurations and patches, and any other measures required in the event of security deficiency

 

 

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