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A Security Analyst plays a pivotal role in protecting an organization's information systems against cyber threats. Their main responsibility is to identify, investigate, and mitigate potential security breaches and vulnerabilities.
To excel in this role, a Security Analyst should be well-versed with various cybersecurity tools and practices, possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills, and have a keen attention to detail.
Anicalls security analyst monitors network traffic and servers for signs of any potential threats or intrusions, analysing security breaches when they occur.
Regularly conduct scans and assessments to identify vulnerabilities in the organization's systems and applications.
Monitor organization's networks and systems for security breaches, using software solutions such as SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) tools.
In the event of a breach, perform detailed forensic analysis to understand the root cause, the extent of data exposure, and suggest mitigation strategies.
Assist in developing and delivering security awareness training for employees to educate them about company policies, IT risks, and mitigation techniques.
Ensure the organization's policies and procedures remain compliant with industry standards and regulations. Assist in internal and external audit processes related to security.
Based on findings, recommend security enhancements to management or the IT department.
Occasionally, they may also conduct or oversee penetration tests on systems to find any weak points that might be exploited by attackers.
Ensure that security tools and solutions (firewalls, anti-virus, intrusion detection systems, etc.) are correctly configured and updated.
In collaboration with IT, ensure that robust data backup and recovery plans are in place and regularly tested.