Security Business Analyst (ACSBA1410) London, England

Salary: GBP850 - GBP900 per day
Key Accountabilities:

• Provides security assessments of applications and other software and figures out how to make information more secure
• Develop security strategies and guidance documentation that drive the strategy
• Continuously improve the processes and procedures to include report exceptions/risk acceptance for further review
• Lead vulnerability assessments and monitoring services across several applications
• Resolve technical issues escalated from SOC analyst
• Contribute to the development of security policies and security standards
• Typically comes from an application developer background, with elements of security mixed in.
• Perform proactive cybersecurity tasks to prevent cyberattacks
• Look for holes in code or other data where cybercriminals could potentially gain access, and then make sure those holes are corrected and reinforced.
• Responsible for assessing the business needs of the project, converting these into formal business requirements, and producing the documents that will allow the project team to define, develop and implement a solution that will meet these needs.
• Identify and correct flaws in the company’s security systems, solutions, and programs while recommending specific measures that can improve the company’s overall security posture.
• securing both online and on-premise infrastructures, weeding through metrics and data to filter out suspicious activity, and finding and mitigating risks before breaches occur. If a breach does occur, security analysts are often on the front line, leading efforts to counter the attack.
• Responsible for keeping the company's security systems up to date and creating documentation and planning for all security-related information, including incident response and disaster recovery plans.
• Monitoring security access
• Conducting security assessments through vulnerability testing and risk analysis
• Performing both internal and external security audits
• Analysing security breaches to identify the root cause
• Continuously updating the company’s incident response and disaster recovery plans
• Verifying the security of third-party vendors and collaborating with them to meet security requirements
• Expertise in cyber security, firewalls, network security, information assurance, Linux, UNIX, security information and event management (SIEM), application security, security engineering, and security architecture.

Security Business Analyst – Remote - £900 – INSIDE IR-35