SOC Analyst Intern

Lunarline - Arlington, VA

Full-time | Internship
Title: SOC Analyst Intern
Location: Arlington, VA or Dayton, OH
Salary: N/A
Clearance: Clearable
The SOC Analyst Intern is assigned to the Security Operations Center, as part of the Managed Active Response Security (MARS) group. The Analyst will work in a 24x7 fast-paced and exciting environment that monitors client data. This includes actively watching logs and output from a Security Information & Event Monitoring (SIEM) application, performing analytics and intelligence gathering, continuously learning new zero-day exploits and threat vectors, and providing incident response support when analysis confirms actionable events. Additionally, Analysts may be asked to perform associated InfoSec and IT tasks such as Cyber Hunt (deep web intelligence gathering), remote support (helpdesk), and other administrative duties as assigned. Throughout all tasking, the intern will gain valuable experience, as well as knowledge to assist them with obtaining the Security+ or other industry certifications.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Monitor client networks for malicious or suspicious activity using the "SOC Wall" (SIEM dashboard).
Provide quick, responsive, high quality and consistent customer service.
Conduct security research and intelligence gathering on emerging threats and exploits.
Create client reports and other deliverables as dictated by the SOC Manager.
Document investigation results, ensuring relevant details are passed to tier 3 for final eventanalysis when needed.
Update or reference SOC collaboration tool as necessary for changes to SOC process andprocedure as well as ingest SOC daily intelligence reports and previous shift logs.
Monitor SOC ticket (or email) queue for potential event reporting from outside entities andindividual users.
Review and update standard operating procedures, and SOC playbooks as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
Cyber-Start Program Qualifications (College Internships)
Must be a rising Junior or Senior enrolled full time for the upcoming semester in a college or university.
Must have 6 months of work experience in the IT field.
Will consider organizational involvement in lieu of work experience including student organizations/clubs; volunteerism; community involvement.
Must be authorized to work in the U.S. and not require sponsorship now or in the future.
20 - 30 hour a week commitment.
Requires professional work attire.
Cyber-Start Program Qualifications (Career Change / On the Job Internship Training)
Creating New Job and Opportunities in Cyber Security and Privacy - Available Year Round
Must pass Career Change / On the Job Internship interview and be selected.
Must have 6 months of work experience, a high school degree, and a current college degree or be enrolled in a college program with a major in Cyber Security, Privacy, IT, Computer Science, Mathematics, or Engineering.
Military Service Members, Veterans, Disabled Veterans, and Military personnel (National Guard / Reserve) are encouraged to submit applications.
Will consider organizational involvement in lieu of work experience including organizations/clubs; volunteerism; community involvement.
Must be authorized to work in the U.S. and not require sponsorship now or in the future.
Must be available for Lunarline, Inc. School of Cybersecurity Courses (based on schedule and availability).
Must meet the minimum-security and background investigation requirements for the position.
Must obtain Industry Security or Privacy Certification within 60 days of program start (training provided by Lunarline School of Cyber Security and independent study).
20 - 30 hour a week commitment for a minimum of 90 days.
Requires professional work attire.