1- Security Monitoring and Incident Response:

  • Continuously monitor security alerts and events from various sources, such as intrusion detection systems (IDS), security information and event management (SIEM) tools, and log analysis.
  • Investigate and respond to security incidents, including identifying the root cause, containing the incident, and performing forensics analysis when necessary.
  • Develop and maintain incident response plans and procedures.

2- Threat Intelligence and Analysis:

  • Stay updated on current cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities by monitoring threat intelligence sources.
  • Analyze threat data to identify potential risks and vulnerabilities that could impact the organization.
  • Develop and maintain threat intelligence reports and briefings for management.

3 – Vulnerability Management:

  • Conduct vulnerability assessments and scans to identify security weaknesses in systems, applications, and networks.
  • Prioritize and track remediation efforts to address identified vulnerabilities.
  • Coordinate with system administrators and IT teams to ensure timely patching and updates.

4 – Security Policy and Compliance:

  • Assist in the development and enforcement of security policies, standards, and procedures.
  • Conduct security audits and assessments to ensure compliance with industry standards and regulations (e.g., ISO 27001, GDPR, HIPAA).
  • Provide guidance on security best practices to ensure compliance.

5 – Security Awareness and Training:

  • Develop and deliver security awareness and training programs for employees to promote a security-conscious culture.
  • Communicate security policies and guidelines to all staff members.

6- Security Tools Management:

  • Manage and maintain security tools and technologies, such as firewalls, antivirus software, intrusion detection/prevention systems (IDS/IPS), and encryption solutions.
  • Evaluate and recommend the adoption of new security tools as needed.

7- Incident Documentation and Reporting:

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