Technical Security Analyst at European Commission

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Brussels, BE

up to 8k/month

On-site only

European Commission is looking for a Technical Security Analyst on a freelance contract basis.

About this IT position

- Ensure continuous IT systems protection by daily monitoring and exploiting the systems related to security information and event management;
- Ensure continuous monitoring, tuning and maintenance of IDS/IPS instances;
- Perform Incident response (IR): manage incidents with the ticketing and workflow systems used for IR, collect relevant information, produce reports;
- Perform forensic and suspicious file analysis: identify, collect artefacts, perform technical analysis and import the results in the incident response process;
- Assess the scope of the attacks and affected systems, and collecting data for further analysis by the EP-CERT team;
- Collaborate with CISO/ICTSECU staff in performing IT security investigations;
- Produce regular reporting on event analysis (triage efficiency, false-positive rate, real incidents by severity and category, ...);
- Develop and optimize SOC systems (e.g. scripts for automated configuration, system analysis, alerting, wiki templates and workflows, automated dashboards).
- Define, document, and implement operational policies in close collaboration with other CISO/ICTSECU teams and operational entities.
- Collaborate with the definition of event correlation rules to automate the detection of specific situations.

Skills required

- University degree, minimum 4 years post-secondary education in an ICT related field, or equivalent
- Min. 4 years of experience as a technical security analyst
- Min. 2-year experience in the field of incident analysis and response
- B2/C1 Level of English is mandatory, French desirable.

Specific Technical requirements for the role:
- Monitoring, tuning and maintenance of IDS/IPS instances;
- Perform Incident response (IR): manage incidents with the ticketing and workflow systems used for IR, collect relevant information, produce reports;
- Perform forensic and suspicious file analysis;
- Assess the scope of the attacks and affected systems, and collecting data for further analysis by another team;
- Produce regular reporting on event analysis (triage efficiency, false positive rate, real incidents by severity and category, ...);
- Develop and optimize SOC systems (e.g. scripts for automated configuration, system analysis, alerting, wiki templates and workflows, automated dashboards).

Salary and Conditions

Location: Brussels, BE

Salary up to: 400€/day

Worksite type: On-site only

Contract type: Freelancer only

Contract duration: +12 Months

Requires EU nationality: Yes

Other points of the offer

The candidate must be willing to work from Brussels (first month remote).
Belgium permanent employment contract is also one option, with salaries around 2500-3000€ net, when meeting all criteria.
Feel free to send us a message to know how much could you get precisely.
You will be hired by an IT consulting company that has a direct contract with the European Commission, you won't have any contract with the European Commission.

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Mandatory

Bachelor degree

EU Nationality

On-site only

Important

Reporting

Incident Response

IDS/IPS

English (Full professional)

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