A Cyber Consultant works with e2e-assure customers to review and enhance their security controls and develop their cyber maturity. They collaborate with other e2e-assure teams to develop and improve our service, as well as being a subject matter expert on cyber issues.
This is a very collaborative role; you will be sharing your knowledge with colleagues as well as providing feedback to other areas of the business.
We will provide the support and guidance to enable you to develop in the role. This includes an individual, annual training budget and personal development time.
As a Cyber Consultant, you will improve the quality of our threat intelligence and assist in optimisation of threat data.
Cyber Consultants develop security use cases to enhance the detection capabilities of the SOC and lead incident investigations.
You will provide on the job training and knowledge sharing for other colleagues. Consultants also provide customer training and awareness to progress the cyber maturity of these organisations.
You will assist the SOC by tuning the various SOC technologies as well as improving alerting rules and enhancing current rule sets to improve logic. Cyber Consultants also support the SOC with wider cyber security expertise – advising, mentoring and coaching
You will be constantly improving the quality of detections and response/analysis routines and playbooks, as well as improving SOC efficiency and training SOC staff so that they can learn how to tune and write detection rules.
The Cyber Consultants team works closely with the development team to provide enhancement and ensure bugs are identified and eradicated, they develop complex rules, dashboards or parsing as required (working with the consultants and onboarding team to investigate and identify solutions)
- This role requires Security Clearance. We will put you through this process, however, if you don’t already hold SC you must have been resident in UK for the last 5 years.
- Interest of cyber security issues and trends, with a self-led learning ethic and a desire to understand and apply new ideas.
- Excellent communication skills, including the ability to explain technical and abstract issues in a simple and understandable way for non-technical people.
- Planning and organisational skills to deliver time-sensitive projects and meet deadlines.
- Ability to train and mentor less experienced members of the e2e-assure team.
- Self-driven work ethic, with the ability to proactively pick up work and find relevant tasks.
- Ability to successfully lead or facilitate a small team to successfully complete a task.
- Prior experience working in a cyber security-focused role, ideally SOC or IR experience.
- Experience in working with SIEM and log monitoring tools.
- Ability to provide tailored, risk-based advice based on business outcomes, impacts and priorities.
- Experience of directly engaging with customers and wider stakeholders, including representing the business on-site with the customer.
- Experience of networking administration including firewalls, switches, and IDS/IPS
- Experience and knowledge of cloud computing
- Experienced operating system administration including system hardening, Windows domain setup and maintenance (e.g. WSUS, SCCM, Group Policy, DCE) or previous experience working in an enterprise administration role.
- Experience with Cloud Hosting Platforms such as Microsoft Azure, AWS or Google Cloud Workspace.
- Sound knowledge of security and monitoring tools
- Experience using vulnerability management tools, such as Nessus or similar.
- Sound knowledge of network-based forensics and concepts.
- Familiar with host-based forensics and concepts.
- Experience of vulnerability management process.
- Relevant computing or cyber university degree or equivalent qualifications, such as GIAC or similar.
- Microsoft SC-200 or AZ-500 certifications.
From home, but some travel will be required.
Between £45,000 and £65,000 per annum, depending on experience. Pro-rated for part time workers.
How to Apply
Please forward a copy of your CV to Careers@e2e-assure.com