CME Group Cyber Defence Operations Analyst in Belfast, United Kingdom
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Position Summary This is a perfect opportunity for the right person to become a key part of a team of cyber security professionals that are executing a pivotal role in protecting and defending the nation’s critical infrastructure. The Cyber Defense Operations Analyst will be a member of the Cyber Defense Engineering Operations team. This role will be responsible for daily administration of the various Cyber Defense applications used by CME Group to protect information assets.
Work with internal teams to obtain an in-depth understanding of the products used by the GIS Engineering department and provide daily administration coverage:
User EndPoint Security Technology – cyber threat detection and forensics
Application & Data Security Technology – Web App Firewall, Data Leakage Prevention, Database Activity Monitoring
Network Security – Web content filtering, Host Instruction Detection, Network Intrusion Prevention, Security Incident & Event Management
Review application administration configurations for the Cyber Defense applications.
Create and maintain the standard operations procedures to support daily application administration
Respond to inquiries from consumers of the Cyber Defense Application in a timely manner and ensure application availability for the Cyber Defense Applications
Mentor more junior staff members in ITIL processes such as change management, release management, continuous service improvement
Lead scheduled disaster recovery tests and review existing procedures to comply with Cyber Defense best practices
3 – 5 years working experience in cyber application administration for technology comprising of one or more of the following:
User EndPoint Security Apps
Network Security Apps
Data Security Apps
Web Filtering Apps
Minimum Education/Experience Requirements
Minimum Degree Required
University degree in Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent preferred
Minimum Years of Experience
3 years of experience using Microsoft Office Optimization tools; MS Word, MS Excel, Visio, PowerPoint
3 years of experience working in a fast paced, virtual team setting
Excellent communications skills in English
Ability to quickly grasp complex technical concepts
Operating knowledge of ITIL (ITIL Certification a plus)
CompTIA Security+ or equivalent work experience