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Cyber Incident Response Consultant

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Date: 20-Jun-2022

Location: Leamington Spa, GB, CV31 3RZ

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


There is an exciting opportunity for an Incident Response Consultant to join our IR team at Nettitude.  

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

You will be responsible for the end-to-end management of customer incident investigations, the provision of sound technical advice, training, and support.

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 customers.





This role is remote. We can support working from across the UK. All applicants will require residence in the UK.  The role will require the person to travel to customer sites and come into the office once or twice a month for cadence/team meetings.



What you will be doing in your role:


In your role you will:

  • Conduct & manage incident investigations, either solo or as part of a collaborative team, across Windows, Linux, Cloud and Hybrid environments
  • Conduct digital forensic investigations of Windows and Linux hosts
  • Execute training engagements to develop internal and external stakeholder preparedness for dealing with cyber incidents
  • Provide consultancy and professional advice to internal and external stakeholders around threats, associated mitigations, and IR courses of action
  • Provide written and verbal reports to senior business partners (both internal and external)
  • Conduct ongoing research around the threat landscape, including threat actors, TTPs and develop IR actions on & investigation strategies



Key skills:


The following are the requirements for this role:

  • Demonstrably strong incident management and analytical skills.
  • Demonstrably strong written and speaking English skills.
  • Demonstrably strong understanding of Threat Actor TTP’s.
  • Demonstrable ability to work on own projects and within a team.
  • CREST CRIA or equivalent level IT Security related certification.
  • At least 24 months of relevant IT Security industry experience in past 3 years.
  • Ability to travel to UK customer locations where requested and non-UK customer locations where mutually agreed.
  • Ability to join 24/7 on-call rota where requested.



What we offer:


We offer you an exciting working environment with demonstrable career progression opportunities, in a rapidly growing sector. An attractive remuneration package will be provided.





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