We are looking for an Intrusion Detection Consultant for one of our clients located in Montreal. The candidate must have strong skills in security tools and have already implemented them. He will also have experience with SIEM and Splunk.
Reporting to the Senior IT Manager, you will be responsible for vulnerability management, event monitoring and security incident response. You will be required to perform vulnerability scans and penetration testing on various technology environments for the client.
- Perform vulnerability scans, penetration tests and audits of policies applied on systems;
- Produce a report describing the vulnerabilities and recommended patches;
- Validate or confirm patches;
- Issuing security recommendations for monitoring improvements and adjustments;
- Carry out a security technology watch to proactively prevent vulnerabilities, propose recommendations and take charge of the required action plans until resolution;
- Support the response to security incidents and investigations;
- Assist SOC analysts in interpreting alerts and understanding how malware works. (reverse engineering).
- University degree in Computer Science and at least 3 years of relevant experience in the fields of Information Security (a combination of a DEC in Computer Science + sufficient experience may be considered equivalent);
- Possession of a certification in the field of information security: OSCP, OSCE, SANS, GPEN, etc;
- Knowledge of security assessment tools, such as Nessus, Nexpose, Appscan, Burp;
- Knowledge of programming languages: JAVA, DOT. NET, Perl, PYTHON;
- Knowledge of network protocols and operating systems;
- Experience in security testing (security audit, vulnerability and/or penetration testing, web vulnerability analysis);
- Knowledge of web, cloud and SAAS services;
- Knowledge of application security best practices such as OWASP.
All applications will be evaluated with great care according to laws on workplace equity. We prioritize candidates that fulfill all requirements to help our clients without delay. The masculine form is used to simplify the text and any text is intended for both men and women.