The Network Security Engineer serves as a technical lead for the IT Security Team and is responsible for the operation, maintenance, monitoring and implementation of IT security technologies, processes and procedures. This job role will be well versed in understanding the information technology landscape including security, infrastructure, network, client, server, emerging technology standards and trends.
The Network Security Engineer will manage and monitor outsourced security functions; will apply expertise in information security and protection systems to eliminate or reduce unauthorized access, disclosure or destruction of data and assists with investigation of technology security breaches; identifies security issues; performs and participates in risk assessments; assists in the identification, development and implementation of security solutions; recommends secure solutions utilizing standard best practice security principles; assists in designing, implementing and measure required compliance controls; contributes to the overall security posture of the organization.
Lead the design, review, and implementation of strategic and tactical security initiatives.
Identify significant actual and potential cyber security problems, trends, and weaknesses and recommends specific modifications and solutions to reduce information systems security risks.
Provide architectural design and coordinate the implementation of security solutions to integrate into existing network environment.
Establish requirements and make recommendations on the appropriate infrastructure protection tools, methods, and technologies.
Develop strategies for responding to future security challenges. Demonstrate effectiveness of the program for implementation on an organization-wide basis.
Review, create and update security policies, procedures and standards, and present them to management for endorsement.
Establish technical or procedural enforcements for pertinent policies within the organization. Facilitate organizational-wide communications and institute measures to ensure information security awareness and compliance.
Review new and existing systems, networks, and software designs for potential security risks, and resolve integration security issues across disciplines. Define the scope and level of detail for applicable security plans and policies.
Implement and interpret the requirements of ISO/IEC, PCI, SOX, and HIPAA policies, mandates and standards.
Develop the project plan for the implementation, identify major milestones and activities, and coordinate development and implementation.
Develop plan and methodology for testing and measuring IT compliancy.
Act as a key member of the Incident Response Team, who may be called upon to represent in the investigation of serious cyber security violations that potentially impact the integrity of Jackson Hewitt's infrastructure. Recommend action for containment and remediation based on findings, and following up to ensure the implementation of corrective actions.
Proactively monitor security infrastructure and tools to insure reliability and integrity of systems and applications.
Develop and implement operational response procedures to maximize visibility, maintain stability and prioritize criticality of identified issues.
Investigate and respond rapidly to identify security incidents.
Acquire, analyze, and interpret forensic images, packet captures and logs to accomplish rapid and accurate incident response.
Recommend and implement tools, standards and procedures to facilitate future investigations.
Minimum 5 years networking experience, with concentration on Cybersecurity
Experience with TCP/IP networking and troubleshooting
Threat Intelligence experience
Solid knowledge of networking and security systems; including routers, switches, firewalls, IDS/IPS, authentication systems, anti-virus, content filtering, log management, etc.
Experience with 3 or more of the following vendor products: Check Point, Juniper, Fortinet, Palo Alto, Symantec, RSA, Trend Micro, F5, Arbor Networks, and Splunk.
Bachelor’s degree required
Security certifications, CISSP, GCIH, or GCI are a plus.
Why work for Us?
We offer an environment for career-driven individuals seeking to make a solid contribution to our company objectives and their own career enhancement. If you want to work in a challenging, performance-based environment and be rewarded for your efforts, then PCM is the place to build your career.
PCM offers a competitive base salary, bonus, 401K with a company match and medical/dental benefits as well as an Employee Purchase Plan, company sponsored discount programs and paid time off.
PCM is more than an IT provider: we are a trusted technology partner for thousands of businesses across the country specializing in cloud, data center, mobility, networking, security, and software solutions.
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We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
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