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What you’ll be doing...
The Network Cybersecurity Center (NCC) analyst reviews security events generated within the Verizon network infrastructure and responds to threats once validated. The analyst will follow well defined methods of procedure to investigate, identify and respond to security alerts. The analyst will conduct network security event investigations based on automated alerting and pre-defined incident response procedures. The analyst provides findings to management and Incident Commanders in order to carry out Incident Response actions whenever a significant security threat is detected on the network.
Security event monitoring of the Verizon networks and systems.
Work with technical staff members to resolve security events.
Perform incident response and investigations using established procedures.
Work within Splunk to identify anomalies, malware, exploit attempts and other attacks on Verizon network infrastructure and data.
Provide feedback to improve -the accuracy of automated detection rules.
Resolve security event tickets in a timely manner per established guidelines and procedures.
Identify, document, and mitigate today’s security threats landscape.
Where you'll be working... In this hybrid role, you'll have a defined work location that includes work from home and assigned office days set by your manager.
What we’re looking for...
You'll need to have:
Bachelor's degree or four or more years of work experience.
Three or more years of relevant work experience.
Willingness to work a variety of shifts.
Even better if you have:
Splunk Enterprise Security or similar SIEM experience.
Knowledge of networking (TCP/IP, topology, and security), operating systems (Windows, Linux, macOS), and web technologies (Internet security).
Understanding of log data, user authentication events, security event logs, syslog, NetFlow data, DNS, proxy logs, packet captures and firewall events.
College Majors: Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science or related.
Security certifications such as: GMON, GCIH, GCFE, GCFA, CEH, GCIA, SSCP, and Network/Security+ or similar.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement
Verizon requires new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Verizon provides reasonable accommodations consistent with legal requirements (e.g., for medical or religious reasons).