Arrange that your organization conducts complex research, evaluation, collection, dissemination, and fusion of multi source information from one or more intelligence disciplines to satisfy a broad range of Cyberspace customer requirements.

More Uses of the Certified Ethical Hacker Toolkit:

  • Provide guidance and support for all assigned Security Authorization activities.
  • Coordinate: day to day monitoring of a network is conducted to thwart threats and protect data.
  • Evaluate: conduct periodic review to ensure the integrity of infrastructure, systems and application configurations in accordance with policies and standards.
  • Perform static and dynamic code analysis (manual and tool based) for security defects.
  • Make meaningful change through critical and dynamic thought to stay ahead of emerging threats.
  • Provide crucial intelligence and network support that safeguards the Cyber domain.
  • Perform root cause analysis of security incidents for further enhancement of alert catalog.
  • Support user training and enablement, helping to integrate your data and technology into daily workflows, systems and processes.
  • Coordinate: review security logs to identify threats; and work with the network team to remediate any findings.
  • Be certain that your strategy coordinates the installation of client department specific applications and systems.
  • Control: formally notify the appropriate individuals when changes occur that might affect authorization.
  • Provide expert analytic investigative support of large scale and complex security incidents.
  • Interact with all roles in Cybersecurity, as Threat Intelligence, SOC, Vulnerability Management, Incident Response, Threat Hunting, Security Architecture, and leadership.
  • Manage work with key stakeholders to implement remediation plans in response to incidents.
  • Collaborate and communicate effectively with development teams to ensure secure code is released.
  • Be accountable for engaging in the complex technical utilization of information obtained from multi intelligence sources, through.
  • Support the design and deployment of incident response security solutions to facilitate a comprehensive defense in depth strategy and intrusion defense chain methodology.
  • Confirm your group develops and prepares penetration testing Rules of Engagement, test plans, and reports.
  • Be accountable for tuning regularly performing tuning and filtering SIEM alerts and monitoring components to ensure only relevant security data is gathered.
  • Manage eradication and recovery steps as part of the overall incident response plan.
  • Be driven to stay on the cutting edge of data privacy, data lineage, and data governance.
  • Methodize: development of the structured knowledge base needed to discover vulnerabilities and recommend solutions for tightening network security and protecting data from.
  • Manage work with management, operations and network/server, applications team to coordinate local incident response and corrective action activities.
  • Create correlations and other logic to identify attackers and defend the network against advanced attacks.
  • Secure that your project utilizes standard corporate tools to record change and problem activities for tracking purposes.
  • Ensure your planning practices and multi source intelligence information systems to capture and report on data in order to develop.
  • Develop and build security content, scripts, tools, or methods to enhance the incident investigation processes.
  • Identify: plan and manage the customer success life cycle, tailoring key components to meet the clients specific security requirements.
  • Be accountable for shifting the ways clients invest in, integrate, and innovate technology solutions.
  • Support NIST risk management framework (RMF) based assessment and authorization (a and a) activities.

 

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