South 6 is looking for dedicated, experienced Security Operations Center Analysts for our long term client in the Information Security arena.

12 Months +
JOb Description

Our perfect candidates for these roles would be someone who wants to work on the cutting edge of information security monitoring resources for the Fortune 1000 client’s security stacks and gain valuable skill sets and experience.


-Actively and consistently support all efforts to simplify and enhance the customer experience.

-Primary responsibility will be monitoring and responding to alerts.

-Creates detailed incident reports for customer delivery  

-Prepare monthly monitoring reports for customer environments.

-Utilize a variety of tools to investigate incidents and take immediate action or recommend a  course of action.

-Monitors and communicates threat intelligence from various resources that is relevant to our  client's networks and systems.

-Coordinates the implementation of security counter-measures

-Performs vulnerability and configuration management scans and communicates results to  system owners for remediation.

-Participates in the response to cyber incidents by gathering data and artifacts relevant to the  event.

-Provides production support to security systems

-Ensures compliance with security standards, policies and procedures.

-Adheres to industry specific local, state, and United States federal regulations, as applicable.


-Must hold at least one industry cybersecurity certification

-Comp TIA Cybersecurity Analyst CySA+ preferred

-Experience with security monitoring tools, such as , Carbon Black, Windows Defender  Advanced Threat Protection(ATP), Azure ATP, Office 365ATP

-Experience with security incident and event monitoring solutions such as Splunk and  Microsoft Sentinel

-Candidate must have ability to effectively communicate in English (written and verbal)

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