Cybersecurity Engineer – Threat Prevention

Posted 27 July 2022
Salary Competitive
LocationVienna
DisciplineCyber Security
Reference54517
Contact NameAndrei Lehadus
Remote working Hybrid/Flexible

Job description

Do you have cybersecurity experience, and are you seeking a new role in Austria? Stott and May are working with a collaborative partner looking for a Cybersecurity Engineer (Threat Prevention).

 

As a flexible Cybersecurity Engineer – Threat Prevention, you will provide technical advice and expertise to optimise the organisation's cyber threat detection and response ecosystem.

 

In your first few weeks in this Information Security Consultant role, you can expect to:

  • Assist in the design, implementation, and optimization of Microsoft-based technical controls to improve threat prevention, detection, and response capabilities
  • Create and maintain technical security configuration requirements, build books, and work flows to improve efficiency of security operations activities
  • Monitor for new Microsoft security alerts, respond to, and mitigate potential security threats
  • Provide advice on opportunities to improve security detection & monitoring capabilities based on observed events and provide recommendations on tuning of configurations and detection rules
  • Propose solutions on creative ways to do work faster, better, and more effectively while maintaining a high quality of service

 

 

To apply for this Cybersecurity Engineer – Threat Prevention role, you will need a first-level university degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or a related field. You will also require the following:

  • At least 2 years of experience related to cybersecurity operations automation or endpoint, email, and cloud threat prevention capabilities administration
  • Demonstrated experience using Microsoft security tools including but not limited to MS Defence centre, Advanced Threat Prevention (APT), Email Protection and Azure security
  • Ability to drive changes and provide tangible results
  • Excellent problem-solving skills that would allow for the ability to diagnose and troubleshoot technical issues

 

 

In return for your passion, collaborative approach and commitment, you will receive a generous salary/rate, and be joining a friendly and inclusive culture.

 

If this full time Cybersecurity Engineer (Threat Prevention) job in Austria motivates and inspires you, please contact Stott and May today.

 

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