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Cyber Incident Response Analyst

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Date: 04-Jun-2022

Location: Athens, GR, 176 74

Company: Lloyds Register

About Nettitude


Founded in 2003, Nettitude is an award-winning global provider of cybersecurity services, bringing innovative thought leadership to the ever-evolving cybersecurity marketplace. Through our research and innovation centres, we provide threat led services that span technical assurance, consulting and managed detection and response offerings.

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The role


As a Cyber Incident Response Analyst within the Nettitude Incident Response team your main duty will be conducting investigations across a wide range of data sources. Working as part of the IR team you will diligently investigate hypotheses as articulated by the senior investigating officer.

You will triage and assess a wide range of suspicious files and binaries, providing timely tactical input to security investigations. You will utilise a wide range of tools, ranging from cloud-based analytics to traditional static forensic and endpoint analysis tools. A knowledge of coding/scripting is an advantage, as well as knowledge of common search syntax such as KQL.

This role requires a highly motivated individual, who can work independently as well as with internal and external stakeholders to investigate complex cyber incidents.

You must be personable and be able to work in harmony with all other personnel and to communicate in an open and courteous manner with colleagues and clients.





This role is based in Greece. The role is office-based with some flexible remote working.



What you’ll be doing in your role:


In your role you will:

  • As part of a team, conduct analysis and investigation of cyber security events across Windows, Linux, Cloud and Hybrid environments
  • As part of a team, conduct digital imaging and forensic investigation tasks on Windows and Linux hosts.
  • Conduct initial triage on suspicious artefacts using both commercial and bespoke tools
  • Provide support to customer training engagements to develop internal and external stakeholder preparedness for dealing with cyber incidents
  • Provide written and verbal reports to the wider IR team, senior business partners (internal and external)
  • Conduct ongoing research around the threat landscape, including threat actors, TTPs and develop IR actions, investigation strategies and tooling




Key Skills:


The following are the requirements for this role:


  • Demonstrable technical investigation and analysis skills
  • Demonstrable skills in written and spoken English
  • An understanding of one or more of Python, PowerShell or C#
  • Demonstrable ability to work on own projects and within a team
  • CREST CRIA or equivalent IT Security related certification
  • At least 24 months of relevant IT Security industry experience in the past 3 years
  • Ability to join 24/7 on-call rota where required




What we offer:


We offer you an exciting working environment with intellectual challenges, responsibility, and high-level client interaction. An attractive remuneration package will be provided.





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