Security Engineer w/ SIEM technologies- Prestigious Company!

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
We can work CORP TO CORP if candidates are local to MA (MA, NH, CT, RI)
Company Description:
As a global leader in technology, this company has been at the forefront of IT infrastructure since it was founded in the late 1970s. Their most recent innovation is their ability to help businesses transition to cloud computing through IT infrastructure products and services designed to help them store, manage, protect, and analyze their often massive quantities of data in a more flexible and cost-efficient way.
Job Description:
This position is with the Cyber Security Services team. Responsibilities include the configuration, maintenance and troubleshooting of security event logs from a wide range of systems to EMCs SIEM environment. You will be working with other Security teams, IT and Engineering systems administrators.
Manage the ingestion of a wide variety of logs into the SIEM Infrastructure
Configuration and change management of SIEM systems
Level 2 support of SIEM and related systems
Participate in technical security projects
Document technical specifications and create logical diagrams
Monitor for system performance, anticipate outages, recommend solutions
Create monitoring solutions as needed
Maintain understanding of NOC/SOC and client Services SOP for escalation and remediation
2-4 years IT Security Industry Experience
Experience with SIEM Technology
Log identification & ingestion experience (Syslog, SFTP, Windows Events, LEA, etc.)
Strong working knowledge of UNIX, LINUX required
Strong knowledge of network protocols (TCP/IP) and troubleshooting network connectivity issues
Education/Certifications Required:
Bachelors (Tech) or equivalent
GIAC certifications or equivalent preferred.
CISA, CISSP, CCNA, CCNP, Security + certifications preferred
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