What does a Security System Analyst report to? Security System Analyst roles generally reports to the Director of Infrastructure Support or a VP of IT.
What does a Security System Analyst do? A Security System Analyst is responsible for protecting a company’s digital assets. They achieve this by creating policies and procedures to promote security awareness and disaster-preparedness (including performing regular backups). They also establish and maintain system controls via a framework, as well as monitoring, revoking, and granting access. Security System Analysts do vulnerability scanning, application scanning, penetration testing, incident response and forensic analysis. There are different levels of Security System Analysts. Lower level Security System Analysts will focus on network security, while higher level Security System Analysts will deal with code-level security risks and defects (they ofen have some programming background). Security System Analyst roles require at least an Associate’s degree in Computer Science and 3-5 years of relevant experience.
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Barracuda Security Expert Engineer Certification
CompTIA A+ certification
ESET managed antivirus
Mac OS X
Microsoft MCTS Active Directory
MS Exchange 2007
MS SQL 2205/2008
MS Windows Sever 2008-2012 R2, Vista/XP/7/8
Oracle DBMS, AD, DNS, GPOs
Solarwinds IPMon, Orion, Splunk
Virtual Box & VMware