We are looking for additional 4 highly motivated Security Detection Engineer to join our Security Operations Centre that operates 24/7-365 based in Poole, Dorset.

As part of this team, you will build, operate, and maintain the detection of security events; while staying ahead of attackers who are constantly developing new techniques to attack organisations.

This role requires a mix of infrastructure engineering and security domain expertise to ingest, transform, alert & remediate anomalous or suspicious activity.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Gather, and normalise internal and external data sources to enhance Security Information and Event Management Systems (SIEM)
  • Respond to data quality monitoring metrics and events to ensure health of the SIEM service
  • Provides customer support / remediation guidance in real-time via assigned tickets for security-related issues, while ensuring assignments are resolved within assigned SLA’s.
  • Continually fine tune customer SIEM alarms to minimise security false positives
  • Build and maintain data pipelines, streaming and batch analysis engines, and machine learning models in order to support automated response capabilities through SOAR playbooks
  • Contribute to and maintain existing process and procedure documentation
  • Provide detection and response metrics, dashboards & customer reports
  • Triage feature requirements and improvements from customers

To apply please email your CV and Cover Letter to: info@solaceglobal.com


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