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Cyber Security Analyst

£30000 - £35000 per annum

Managing this Role

Jake Taylor

Associate Consultant - Cyber Specialist 0207 759 7878

A keen sportsman and captain of his local rugby team in Essex, Jake is naturally adept at spotting top performers. With a specific candidate pool from professional services, Jake sources the best cyber security talent for Magic Circle, Silver Circle and top 100 UK law firms.


Roles recruited: SOC analysts, cyber security analysts/consultants and InfoSec

Seniority: Mid-level

Job Type: Permanent

Geographical coverage: London

Market: Cyber security operations within the legal sector

Cyber Security Analyst 30-35k

We have partnered up with a UK, top 60, Law firm that are looking to increase their Cyber Security functions. You will utilise your security credentials as you will monitor for security issues, carry out incident investigations as well as liaising with third-parties and colleagues to assure good security practices are implemented. You will be reporting to the IT Security and Development Manager.

The main responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Undertaking monthly and ad-hoc scanning of the entire network using agreed tools to ensure a secure and supported environment is maintained and providing reports on the results to the IT Security and Development Manager.
  • Undertaking/organising with other teams, any remedial work identified as necessary arising from the results of the network scanning.
  • Monitoring the firm's network to identify any policy violations and/or security breaches that need to be resolved.
  • Deliver a timely and proportionate response to any such breaches with the assistance of the relevant members of the IT team.
  • Maintaining appropriate records of any data/security breaches and remedial action taken
  • Escalate to the IT Security and Development Manager and Head of IT any major or ongoing problems that might affect business operations.
  • Adhere to Incident, Problem, Request, Configuration and Change Management procedures.
  • Utilizing software, such as firewalls and data encryption programs, to help protect the company's data and sensitive information.
  • Preparing regular reports to document any process implementation, improvements made, and security breaches that caused damage to the company.
  • Keeping policies and procedures up to date and compliant with appropriate legislation.

If this sounds like something you could help go ahead and apply now!

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