Cyber Security Analyst

We are in the process of undergoing transformation to both our technology and processes, as well as a cultural transformation that has voted us one of the top 25 Best Places to Work in NJ! You can learn more about Dun & Bradstreet below. Job Description  The Dun & Bradstreet Global Security Operations Center (SOC) serves alongside the Global Information Security team and many times, in collaboration with the global Technology teams and other key business stakeholders. We are looking for an experienced Security Analyst with a strong passion for information security and a burning desire to learn. We strongly value creative, out-of-the-box thinking and problem solving - and the ability to navigate a complex corporate environment. This individual will participate in security monitoring, active investigations, respond to security incidents, and perform forensics on IT systems. We value strong technical expertise combined with a relentlessly curious nature, to investigate and analyze large sets of data. Responsibilities Incident Response activities: drive security operations analyst's activities, communicate with Security and Technology management, and document investigation activities. Process Improvement: Execute, develop and document Incident Handling Guides and processes. Malware Analysis: Analyze and interpret malware, exploit, and insider threat activities. Forensics: Perform forensic analysis on memory, disk, and other system and network artifacts to identify indicators of compromise. Alerts: Analyze and tune security alerts and interpret events, as well as develop new alerts based on signatures and behavioral activities Identify Gaps: Investigate and document gaps in controls, event data, and work with internal teams to resolve Reporting: Develop monthly reporting dashboards on incidents and response capabilities, engage with business leaders on relevant threat/risk issues. Qualifications Required Minimum 5 to 7 years of information security experience; specifically, around incident response, malware analysis, and technical investigations  Working knowledge of common operating systems (Windows, Linux, etc.) and basic endpoint security principles. Knowledge of common networking services and protocols. Experience with common security technologies (IDS, Firewall, SIEM, etc.) Enable creative solutions by stimulating ideas through discussion and collaboration, with a specific focus on building relationships and partnerships with key technology and business leaders The ability to blend innovation with best practices to create custom solutions unique to Dun & Bradstreet The ability to self-organize and prioritize activities independently Manage time and uncertainty well - able to navigate complex corporate environments and drive projects with good enough, but imperfect or incomplete, information Strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to explain technical ideas to non-technical individuals at any level R-03724
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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