SOC Analyst - Client Site
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
We are Adarma, one of the largest independent security services companies in the UK. As a business formed and run by former senior security leaders, we know our stuff. Which is why our clients include 30% of FTSE 100 organisations from all industry sectors.
Kick start your career in IT Security in an exciting SOC Analyst role within our Security Operations Centre (SOC) Team. Adarma provides in depth and structured training in a live Security Operations environment, making it the perfect entry level Cyber Security job to learn the fundamentals and practical application of IT Security best practice and technology usage.
From our SOC Team, we offer opportunities to develop into various specialist areas of IT Security including roles in Security Engineering, Threat Modelling, SIEM and more.
Apply today or get in touch with our recruitment team to discuss in more detail.
- Conducts security alert detection and analysis across a variety of cyber defence technologies to ensure that security incidents are identified promptly.
- In accordance with the established security event triage process, identify, document, categorise, investigate, resolve or escalate issues to senior personnel / customer. Once an initial decision on the threat severity has been made, you will deal with less complex attacks while more complex attacks will be escalated to the Senior SOC Analyst or Security Operations Specialist.
- If required, contribute to the development of new rule logic. Monitor rules that are yet to go live.
- Perform threat hunting activities to proactively search for cyber threats that may exist in the customer’s network.
- If required, actively participate in regular meetings to up- date the customer on progress and the nature of rules that are being developed.
- Prepare reports on information security issues and distribute accordingly.
- Completion of a recent IT Security related Degree.
Knowledge & Skills:
- IT Security/Information Security
- TCP/IP or Network Security Knowledge
- Strong written communication
- Good analytical and problem solving capabilities
- High attention to detail
- Excellent reward package including (but not limited to): membership to a group personal pension plan, private health care, life insurance of four times salary, discretionary bonuses, membership to a health and well-being cash back scheme, gym membership discounts and access to a 24/7 employee assistance programme.
- Adarma is committed to encouraging a positive working culture by focusing on personal development through training and providing various opportunities for employees to share their ideas and influence the direction of the business.
- All requests for flexible working are considered on a case by case basis to balance employee and client requirements.
As part of the interview process, Adarma will require proof of your Right to Work documents for verification. This can be your Passport and/or Working Visa. Alternatively your full birth certificate and NI number. If offered a role with Adarma, you will be required to complete Pre-Employment Screening (PES) checks. We are an equal opportunities employer. It is our policy to promote an environment free from discrimination, harassment and victimisation
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