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Security Analyst - Managed Security Services

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Date: 15-Sep-2021

Location: Leamington Spa, GB, CV31 3RZ

Company: Lloyds Register

About Nettitude


Nettitude, a Lloyd’s Register company, is an award-winning provider of Cyber Security and Assurance, Incident Response and Technology services to organizations across the world. We are at a very exciting stage both in terms of our company but also in the Cyber Security marketplace. We are looking for the right people to join us as we embrace the challenges presented by the advancements within the IT industry and the threats we face. Find out more about Nettitude at https://www.nettitude.com/




The role

Working as a key member of our managed detection & response team, you will use your expertise to detect and respond to a multitude of threats of differing capability and sophistication. You will use next-generation SIEM, EDR, network monitoring, in house tooling and commercial threat intelligence to deliver continuous monitoring and triage of suspicious events, providing an assessment of risk/threat to enable efficient response; yet it doesn’t stop there.  

Not only will you assess threats using all information sources available to you, but you’ll also get involved in projects that enhance our capability, ensuring we continue to build on our cutting-edge detection & response services for our customers. This includes threat hunting, supporting the implementation of new technology, malware analysis, recommending detections and getting involved in strategic cross-team projects as part of your wider role within our award-winning Security Operations Centre.

We’re a high-trust, close-knit team that doesn’t operate under the traditional SOC tiers, with no glass ceilings. So, the passion and drive to get involved, make a difference and having an eye for detail is key to us providing a first-class service; supporting both our security mission and that of our customers.





This role is remote with an expectation of at least one day a month in the office for team building, workshops and clinic days. We can support working from across the UK. All applicants will require residence in the UK.






What you’ll be doing in your role:


  • Be the first to detect and respond to real threats with diverse capability, sophistication, vectors and objectives
  • Utilise industry-leading security tools to investigate cyberattacks, generating detailed, jargon-free Incident Reports of your findings, with actionable recommendations, mitigations, and investigative leads
  • Operate as part of our established SOC managed detection & response day team, providing proactive defensive monitoring to customers of all shapes, sizes and verticals
  • Maintain regular verbal and written communications with stakeholders, Representing Nettitude internally and externally as required
  • Create high-standard management and operational reports in a timely, concise, and actionable manner
  • Development of cutting-edge playbooks and detection use-cases, using industry best-practice, threat intelligence and detections frameworks
  • Maintain an up-to-date global security awareness via a mixture of open, closed and commercial sources, inc. defensive monitoring technologies,  threats and trends



Key Skills:


The following are the requirements for this role:


  • Strong written and speaking English skills.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong understanding of Windows internals
  • Good understanding of cyber security principles
  • Good understanding of Unix operating systems
  • Good understanding of security and network protocols
  • Good understanding of attack vectors, TTPs and the ability to differentiate between normal and abnormal activity, providing recommendations on countermeasures and remediation activities
  • Be a self-starter, able to initiate and develop concepts and ideas into solutions
  • Working knowledge of security devices and their role in defending a network
  • Working knowledge of the Cyber Kill Chain and other cyber frameworks, specifically in understanding what stages a particular technique would be
  • Demonstrable ability to work on own projects and within a team
  • Demonstrable dedication to continually grow and develop
  • Familiarity with virtualization software
  • Ability to attain Security Clearance (SC)



What we offer:


We are a people-focused, high-performing, high-trust managed security services team. We pride ourselves on our investment in our people, meaning as we are a fast-evolving team in an exciting working environment, you’ll always have opportunities to solve the latest cybersecurity challenges, with the responsibility and development opportunities to match.


Here are some of our favourites:


  • Access to our interactive learning platforms via our partners, with encouragement to pursue supplemental external training
  • Intensive new starter training program, blending theory, hands-on labs, case studies, online and on the job training to help you hit the ground running
  • Regularly updated training & progression plans with multiple tracks of development, supporting lateral movement or upwards progression
  • Generous annual training, cross-training and project days
  • The option to join in with company and department socials to relax, get to know your new colleagues and team build (currently virtual)
  • A supportive, welcoming team with a family feel
  • An attractive remuneration package will be provided




We don’t expect candidates to tick all the boxes, if you feel your skills, knowledge and experience are a good match for the requirements and have a desire to learn and develop, apply now via the ‘apply’ button and upload your C.V. and cover letter


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