Perform incident response through analysis of malicious data sets and publicly known exploits or vulnerabilities for the creation of custom detection and prevention methods.

More Uses of the Offensive Security Certified Professional Toolkit:

  • Use open source traffic analysis tools to identify signs of an intrusion.
  • Be accountable for tracking information security vulnerabilities across one or more IT systems.
  • Supervise: Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) certification is highly desired.
  • Be accountable for applying virtual hosting and server technology in system architectures.
  • Secure that your enterprise provides technical expertise on penetration testing tools and simulation environment.
  • Develop mobile Cyber red team labs for use by Telophase Red Team members at client sites or remotely.
  • Develop a security plan for best standards and practices for your organization.
  • Make meaningful change through critical and dynamic thought to stay ahead of emerging threats.
  • Perform static and dynamic code analysis (manual and tool based) for security defects.
  • Coordinate: continuously update your organizations incident response and disaster recovery plans.
  • Ensure you persuade; lead with knowledge in penetration testing, programming, network and operating systems.
  • Be accountable for identifying security flaws in compiled and human readable source code.
  • Perform periodic testing for compliance with documented security policies, procedures, and standards.
  • Be accountable for recommending and incorporating data at rest and data in transit encryption practices.
  • Be accountable for implementing, reviewing and maintenance of security log ingest requirements.
  • Guide: research the latest in information technology security trends to keep up to date with the subject and use the latest technology to protect information.
  • Be accountable for recommending software modifications to systems to mitigate known vulnerabilities.
  • Be accountable for recommending and incorporating supply chain risk management best practices.
  • Warrant that your operation supports the corporate IT department in overseeing organization patch management activities.
  • Develop and document security evaluation test plan and procedures.
  • Analyze and configure information technology systems to ensure availability and security of information systems.
  • Ensure your strategy serves as an industry security expert; stays informed about new products, services, and technologies.
  • Foster an innovative and inclusive team oriented work environment.
  • Reverse engineering and perform analysis of complex software and systems to determine functionality, intent, and vulnerabilities of software systems.
  • Drive: work closely with the information security office in surveillance of user, software and network assets for appropriate use and enterprise wide protection.
  • Install software that is created to protect sensitive information, as Firewalls and data encryption programs.
  • Pilot: deep packet and log analysis, Cyber threat, intelligence gathering and analysis.
  • Utilize Cybersecurity industry standard methods in providing secure systems.
  • Stay abreast of current Cybersecurity trends relevant to the clients business and system security.
  • Initiate, facilitate, and promote activities to foster Information Security awareness.

 

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