Becrypt has a long heritage of providing Enterprise Data Protection solutions and Engineering Services to the most security conscious organisations, innovating to provide the highest levels of product assurance. Today, our Secure Mobile solutions allow diverse platforms to be adopted within the enterprise with confidence. We bring together extensive domain knowledge and technical expertise to offer a market-leading cyber security capability that helps organisations optimize the use of new technologies, whilst minimizing risk and complexity.
First and foremost you will operate the SOC function on a day to day basis monitoring, investigating and reporting security issues. The role will also require research into current and emerging security threats. On top of this, you will work with the team to provide our clients with the best possible service in this exciting new project.
Main role and responsibilities:
- Assisting in the configuration of rules & signatures in the optimisation of the SOC function
- Assisting in the definition of analysis procedures and protocols
- Seek and create opportunities to understand and contribute to SOC related initiatives
- Produce monthly reports to clients
- Documentation of process and procedure, design and implementation
- Attendance of internal SOC weekly briefing
- A keen interest in IT Security and relating technologies
- Experience working with networks and servers
- Understanding of, or experience with security technologies Security clearance
- You must at least hold SC Clearance for this role or be willing to go through SC Clearance
- Strong communication skills, written and verbal
- 5 A-C GCSE grades
- A-Levels in ICT/Business/Computing
- Or an Apprenticeship in a similar subject (this must be at least the level below the planned programme)
Full time role
QA’s apprenticeships are funded by the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), an executive agency of the Department for Education.
To be eligible for a Government funded apprenticeship you must have lived in the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) for the last 3 consecutive years.