Boulder County, CO, USA
Military Veterans are Encouraged to Apply. VMware Carbon Black’s Managed Detection service consists of world class security experts who are responsible for monitoring and validating security events in real time. This includes following procedures to triage and investigate security alerts and provide product specific remediation assistance. We are seeking a Threat Analyst II to join our team. The Threat Analyst II will be responsible for researching confirmed security events in depth, maturing processes, creating and improving automation and other tools, product improvements, and the mentorship and professional growth of junior analysts. The Analyst will also have opportunities to receive mentorship for professional growth from more senior members of the team. The analyst will have involvement with evaluating new security technologies, incident response, penetration testing and the freedom to try out new ideas and technologies to improve the SOC. What You’ll Do Performs endpoint security monitoring, security event triage, and incident response to detect and respond to advanced threats Identifies potential gaps and offers solutions to include internal team needs, product improvements and client security posture Coordinates with other team members and management to investigate, document and report incidents Collaborate with our Threat Analysis Unit to provide in depth reports of confirmed security incidents and produce technical threat advisory broadcasts about new and emerging threats The analyst will be responsible for providing training and mentorship to junior analysts to assist with their professional development goals. This will include developing relevant training exercises and classes with the assistance of the leadership team The analyst will be part of a rotating SOC shift and will need to manage their schedule accordingly so as to ensure there is coverage during SOC shifts Work with security engineering teams to validate detection effectiveness as well as identifying detection improvements Maintains records of security events investigated and incident response activities, utilizing case management and ticketing systems Perform regular reviews of alert tickets handled by junior analysts Act as senior level analyst to Tier 1 analysts, providing guidance as a product subject matter expert to ensure that remediation recommendations are accurate Monitors and analyzes EDR and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) to identify security issues for remediation. Provides recommendations, creates, modifies, and updates EDR and Security Information Event Management (SIEM) tool rules Ensure that we are implementing best practice security policies that address the client’s business need while protecting their vital corporate assets Take on Security Operations responsibilities when not on a SOC shift: this includes but is not limited to documentation, basic malware analysis, exceptions tracking, security tool management, tuning, and configuration, along with metrics and reporting. Be a primary for or support ongoing projects by assisting in the automation, implementation, testing and documentation of security related projects Technical Skills Operating System Skills: Beginner to intermediate skills in Windows, macOS, and/or Linux Basic Scripting Skills: Experience with any of the following: Unix/Linux Shell scripts, Python, Go, PowerShell, C++, C#, Perl Technology Experience: IPD/IDS Firewalls (e.g. PaloAlto Networks, Checkpoint, Cisco ASA, Juniper SSG, PFSense, etc) Experience with threat hunting Log Management and SIEM (e.g. Splunk, IBM QRadar, HP ArcSight, LogRhythm) Network Analysis Tools (e.g. Netwitness, Wireshark) System Analysis and Forensic Tools (e.g. FTK, EnCase) Endpoint Security (e.g. Carbon Black Endpoint Standard, Carbon Black Enterprise Protection, Carbon Black Enterprise Response, Symantec, McAfee, Forefront) Windows Management (e.g. WSUS, SCCM, SCOM, Active Directory, Group Policy) Penetration Testing Tools (e.g. Metasploit, Kali) Regulatory Regimes a plus (e.g. GDPR, ISO27K, SSAE16, HIPPA, PCI, FISMA) What You’ll Bring BS/BA degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, related discipline or equivalent experience. 3-5 years of professional work experience in the cybersecurity industry The ideal candidate will have macOS and Windows operating system experience, as well as scripting skills. Linux/Unix skills are a plus. Strong analytical skills to define risk, identify potential threats, and develop and document action/mitigation plan Strong interpersonal skills, ability to mentor/train staff and bring awareness to current and emerging threats Ability to work efficiently and self motivate with little to no supervision Certifications a plus: CISSP, SAN GIAC Certifications (GCIH, GPEN, GSEC, etc.) Strong written and verbal communications skills with an ability to present technical risks and issues to technical and non-technical audiences internal and external to the organization For positions located in Colorado: This position has a starting salary of $70000. 00. Bonus, commission, and/or equity may be eligible for this position. Additional benefits for this position can be found at https://benefits.vmware.com/. Note: Disclosure of Colorado pay and benefits required per sb19-1115 Category : Engineering and Technology Subcategory: Information Security Experience: Manager and Professional Full Time/ Part Time: Full Time Posted Date: 2021-04-26 VMware Company Overview: At VMware, we believe that software has the power to unlock new opportunities for people and our planet. We look beyond the barriers of compromise to engineer new ways to make technologies work together seamlessly. Our cloud, mobility, and security software form a flexible, consistent digital foundation for securely delivering the apps, services and experiences that are transforming business innovation around the globe. At the core of what we do are our people who deeply value execution, passion, integrity, customers, and community. Shape what’s possible today at http://careers.vmware.com. 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