IT Security Analyst I/II/III
July 20, 2022
$31.46 – $51.54 Hourly
At the IT Security Analyst I level, incumbents work under close supervision while learning the skills to become appropriately certified. Once appropriate certification and the requisite experience is achieved, incumbents may advance to the journeyman II level in the series, capable of completing a wide variety of information security work under general supervision. At the III level, the incumbent has significant experience and advanced skills in information security, possesses all of the necessary certifications, exercises a high level of independent judgment to resolve the most complex IT security issues, and provides mentoring and technical assistance regarding security issues to other IT staff.
Knowledge of: Network engineering and design principles, practices, terminology, trends and usage utilized by large complex organizations. IT security principles, practices, terminology and trends. Communications hardware and associated software such as routers, network servers, computer integrated voice systems, intrusion detection/prevention, firewalls, gateways, content filtering, encryption, data loss prevention and other information security technologies. Network services such as email transport, directory services and active directory. Unix, Linux, Windows and operating system administration. Communications protocols such as TCP/IP, UDP/IP, IPX/SPX. Routing protocols such as EIGRP, OSPF, BGP. Virtual local area network (VLAN) technology. Wireless communications technologies and wireless IT security systems. Information security forensic tools, rules of evidence and chain of custody. Vulnerability management systems or services. Web application architectures and web application IT security vulnerabilities.
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