Security Analyst

Vilnius / Kaunas / Warsaw / Berlin
Security Analyst is responsible for security systems events and alerts monitoring to identify any malicious activities or potential threats in the company's IT infrastructure. The Analyst is also responsible for initial incidents triage and escalation to senior specialists or assets owners. Security monitoring is not limited to but consists of a few general areas, like anomaly identification, access monitoring, and any data alteration or tampering identification. Security Analyst monitors and assesses security events, threats, and vulnerabilities by reporting findings to system owners and providing recommendations for remediation and security posture improvements.

If you want to:

  • Monitor and analyze security systems provided information (events, alerts);
  • Register, document, and report security issues or findings to senior specialists;
  • Fine-tune security systems alerts and detection rules (use cases);
  • Create and maintain security dashboards to detect anomalous activities;
  • Identify cyberattacks, intrusions, and unusual, unauthorized, illegal or anomalous activities;
  • Automate repetitive tasks;
  • Triage security incidents;
  • Perform threat-hunting activities;
  • Apply threat intelligence (IOCs integrations) to security monitoring and prevention systems;
  • Create and update standard operating procedures, playbooks, processes, configurations and diagrams;
  • Prepare monthly monitoring reports;
  • Be up to date with the latest security technology and trends.

  • And you can check off:

  • 4 years of work experience in IT, at least 2 years in a security analyst position;
  • Hands-on experience with various security tools (e.g., IDS, IPS, SIEM, EDR, XDR);
  • Experience with SIEM technologies, alert handling and incidents triage;
  • General understanding of common cybersecurity solutions and terms (DLP, PAM, MDM, WAF, CIRT, SOC and others);
  • Knowledge of relevant information security standards, frameworks or best practices (e.g., NIST, CIS Controls, ISO 27001);
  • General understanding of the tactics and techniques represented in the MITRE ATT&CK® Matrix for Enterprise;
  • Hands-on experience in malware analysis;
  • Security-first mindset;
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills, good in reporting and presenting.

  • Bonus points if you:

  • Have relevant certifications such as CompTIA CySA+, GCIA, GISF, CISM or other relevant information security industry-recognized certifications;
  • Have a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related field.

  • Here's the deal:

  • Growth and learning opportunities: time dedicated to learning, conferences, online learning platforms, and books for your professional development;
  • Health and wellness: we want you to feel and be your best. That's why we offer various benefits, from online workouts, a physical coach and a gym to regular mental health checks;
  • Tools of your choice: choose technical equipment and the tools you need to do your best;
  • Community and celebrations: get ready for long-lasting traditions such as Beer Fridays and On the Wave of Things, with a touch of various team buildings and company celebrations;
  • Convenient commuting: traveling from point A to point B can be a pain. That's why, depending on your unique circumstances, we compensate part of your public transport costs;
  • Work-life balance: as a general rule, we work based on a 3+2 hybrid model. And let’s not forget the WFA policy – an opportunity to work from anywhere in the world;
  • More days off: additional vacation days depending on your tenure;
  • Premium Surfshark accounts: for you, your family, and friends;
  • Gross salary: 1900 - 4460 Eur/month for the Lithuanian market. It may vary depending on your skills, experience, or location.
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