2 months, 3 weeks ago ajayjayModerator
Network Security Operations Engineers come up with new approaches to fix existing production security problems. They undertake risk analyses, vulnerability testing, and security reviews and partner with their teammates on solutions for authorization, authentication, and encryption.
Moreover, they assume the responsibility of assessing new technologies and processes that could improve security capabilities. Engineers perform testing of security solutions by making use of industry standard analysis benchmarks and must implement corporate security policies and advise organizations on new security technologies.
Engineers must have in-depth knowledge of LAN and WAN and must know how to devise, implement, and configure firewalls. They monitor anti-spam technologies and have knowledge of email, DDoS, intrusion detection systems, vulnerability scanning, and network access control. They deploy and administer network security systems and provide security policy administration for the range of products their team supports.
Engineers also train their team members, take care of network, systems, and application troubleshooting and must be able to oversee the information security policies, guidelines, procedures, processes, and SOPs. They provide Level 2 and Level 3 security support, assess security violation reports, and investigate possible security threats.
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