Information Security Analyst required to join a leading international law firm based in the IFSC, Dublin 1. The Information Security Analyst will report directly to the Information Security Manager, and undertake the day-to-day operations of the security solutions.
· Participate in the planning and design of enterprise security architecture, under the direction of the Information Security Manager.
· Participate in the creation of security documents (operational policies, standards, baselines, guidelines and procedures).
· Participate in the evaluation and review of a Cyber Incident Response Plan, an enterprise Business Continuity Plan and Disaster Recovery Plan
· Work with the IT Security Manager to perform the deployment, integration and initial configuration of all new security solutions.
· Maintain secure configuration and operations of all local devices (i.e., workstations, servers, network devices, etc.)
· Work with 3rd party organizations in conjunction with your security team peers.
· Participate in the design and execution of vulnerability assessments, penetration tests, risk assessments, and security audits.
· Provide a point of escalation with respect to security-related incidents and provide on-call support as required.
· 5+ years' experience working IT and/or security operation.
· Good knowledge of general technology environments, including information security, building security, and general preventative and detective controls.
· Understanding off firewalls, SIEM, EDR, DLP, IAM, PKI and other security tools.
· At least one security-focused industry certification such as a CISSP, CISM, CISA, and GIAC certifications.
· Experience with frameworks such as ISO 27001/2, SOC, NIST, or COBIT.
· Good understanding of computer systems' characteristics, features, and integration capabilities.
· Demonstrated ability to apply IT in solving security problems.
· Excellent interpersonal, organisational and administrative skills, strong commitment to teamwork and collaborative problem solving, and the ability to work effectively as part of a geographically disbursed team.
· Ability to interact professionally with staff at all levels of the organisation, both verbally and in writing.
· Ability, where necessary, to work outside normal working hours/days in order to respond to security events