Ensure Prince George's Community College's information systems and network are secure. This includes protecting the college against hackers and cyber-attacks, as well as monitoring network traffic and server logs for activity that seems unusual. Additionally, the analyst is responsible for finding vulnerabilities in the computer networks and creating recommendations for how to minimize these vulnerabilities. The IT security analyst investigates security incidents, develops strategies for security issues, and utilizes the help of firewalls, IDS, IPS and antivirus software to maintain security
Bachelor's degree in computer technology, management information systems, business or related field
Minimum two years' work experience in Systems administration (Windows/Linux), Network Engineering, web application security, relational database management
Experience in Information Security, Information Technology or related field.
Familiarity with security-related technologies including: Active Directory, Host-based firewalls, Host and Network based intrusion detection systems, Application white listing, Server configuration controls, Logging and monitoring tools, Antivirus tools, and Network monitoring
One-year experience addressing information security issues, to include penetration testing of web applications and mobile applications of both IOS and Android
Experience with open source or enterprise grade commercial tools for vulnerability assessment and penetration testing such as Nessus, Retina, Netwitness, Snort, ArcSight and other tools.
Active security industry certification such as Security+ preferred
Knowledge of Unix and Linux command line.
Knowledge of Windows 10/11 and Windows Server 2019
Knowledge of Wireshark or equivalent packet capture tool
Knowledge of NIST Frameworks such as 800-53 and 800-171
Knowledge of monitoring tools used to identify alerting actions and sessions to identify net flow.
System Experience with common industry vulnerability standards such as OWASP Top 10 and CWE/SANS Top 25
Problem solving and attention to detail.
Effective written and verbal communications skills.
Strong interpersonal skills, a passion for excellence and a
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