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Alternate job titles: Information Security Analyst IV | Information Systems Security Analyst IV | Information Vulnerability/Risk Analyst IV | InfoSec Intrusion Investigation Analyst IV | IS and Cyber Security Professional - Senior Specialist

The Data Security Analyst IV collaborates with a team of information security analysts to provide subject matter expertise on application development, database design, and network maintenance. Designs and implements information security standards for applications and databases. Being an Data Security Analyst IV assesses client needs against security concerns and resolves information security risk issues. Researches and advocates the latest technologies and solutions to support the security requirements of internal and external customers. In addition, Data Security Analyst IV trains security aw more...



Alternate job titles: Information Security Analyst III | Information Systems Security Analyst III | Information Vulnerability/Risk Analyst III | InfoSec Intrusion Investigation Analyst III | IS and Cyber Security Professional - Senior

The Data Security Analyst III protects against unauthorized access, modification, or destruction and develops IT security policies and standards. Completes tasks designed to ensure security of the organization's systems and information assets. Being an Data Security Analyst III understands internet architecture and firewall configuration to protect system security. Works with end users to determine needs of individual departments. In addition, Data Security Analyst III may need to authorize user access and familiar with domain structures and digital signatures. Requires a bachelor's degree or more...


Alternate job titles: Information Security Analyst II | Information Systems Security Analyst II | Information Vulnerability/Risk Analyst II | InfoSec Intrusion Investigation Analyst II | IS and Cyber Security Professional - Intermediate

The Data Security Analyst II protects against unauthorized access, modification, or destruction and develops IT security policies and standards. Completes tasks designed to ensure security of the organization's systems and information assets. Being an Data Security Analyst II implements policies or procedures and tracks compliance throughout the organization. Works with end users to determine needs of individual departments. In addition, Data Security Analyst II typically requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Typically reports to a manager. Being an Data Security Analyst II gains exp more...


Alternate job titles: Security Coordinator | Security Programs Generalist

The Security Analyst ensures programs are effective and identifies the need for additional resources. Coordinates, develops, and evaluates security programs for an organization. Being a Security Analyst typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Requires a bachelor's degree. Working as a Security Analyst typically requires 2 to 4 years of related experience. Gains exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job function. Occasionally directed in several aspects of the work. more...



Alternate job titles: Information Security Analyst IV | Data Security Analyst IV | Information Vulnerability/Risk Analyst IV | InfoSec Intrusion Investigation Analyst IV | IS and Cyber Security Professional - Senior Specialist

The Information Systems Security Analyst IV collaborates with a team of information security analysts to provide subject matter expertise on application development, database design, and network maintenance. Designs and implements information security standards for applications and databases. Being an Information Systems Security Analyst IV assesses client needs against security concerns and resolves information security risk issues. Researches and advocates the latest technologies and solutions to support the security requirements of internal and external customers. In addition, Information S more...


Alternate job titles: Information Security Analyst III | Data Security Analyst III | Information Vulnerability/Risk Analyst III | InfoSec Intrusion Investigation Analyst III | IS and Cyber Security Professional - Senior

The Information Systems Security Analyst III protects against unauthorized access, modification, or destruction and develops IT security policies and standards. Completes tasks designed to ensure security of the organization's systems and information assets. Being an Information Systems Security Analyst III understands internet architecture and firewall configuration to protect system security. Works with end users to determine needs of individual departments. In addition, Information Systems Security Analyst III may need to authorize user access and familiar with domain structures and digital more...



Alternate job titles: Information Security Analyst II | Data Security Analyst II | Information Vulnerability/Risk Analyst II | InfoSec Intrusion Investigation Analyst II | IS and Cyber Security Professional - Intermediate

The Information Systems Security Analyst II protects against unauthorized access, modification, or destruction and develops IT security policies and standards. Completes tasks designed to ensure security of the organization's systems and information assets. Being an Information Systems Security Analyst II implements policies or procedures and tracks compliance throughout the organization. Works with end users to determine needs of individual departments. In addition, Information Systems Security Analyst II typically requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Typically reports to a manager more...


Alternate job titles: Data Security Analyst IV | Information Systems Security Analyst IV | Information Vulnerability/Risk Analyst IV | InfoSec Intrusion Investigation Analyst IV | IS and Cyber Security Professional - Senior Specialist

Designs and implements information security standards for applications and databases. Collaborates with a team of information security analysts to provide subject matter expertise on application development, database design, and network maintenance. Researches and advocates the latest technologies and solutions to support the security requirements of internal and external customers. Assesses client needs against security concerns and resolves information security risk issues. Trains security awareness to business partners and IT staff. Requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Typically more...


Alternate job titles: Network Risk and Security Assessment Analyst

Performs network security assessments and risk analysis. Recommends and install appropriate security products for various network platforms. Configures and maintains firewall and other network security tools. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Occasionally directed in several aspects of the work. Gains exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job function. Typically requires 2 -4 years of related experience. more...



Alternate job titles: Data Security Analyst III | Information Systems Security Analyst III | Information Vulnerability/Risk Analyst III | InfoSec Intrusion Investigation Analyst III | IS and Cyber Security Professional - Senior

Completes tasks designed to ensure security of the organization's systems and information assets. Protects against unauthorized access, modification, or destruction and develops IT security policies and standards. Works with end users to determine needs of individual departments. Understands internet architecture and firewall configuration to protect system security. May need to authorize user access and familiar with domain structures and digital signatures. Requires a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. Typically reports to a manager. Contributes to moderately complex aspects of a project. more...


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