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Sony is seeking a highly motivated, self-driven Senior Security Analyst to join the Global Security Incident Response Team (GSIRT) Security Operations Center (SOC). This position will be responsible for performing security event analysis, incident response, and other related activities as part of a global 24x7x365 organization.
Perform security monitoring, event analysis, and incident response activities across the Sony Group’s global networks, leveraging a variety of tools and techniques
Develop new, mature existing and follow operational processes and procedures to appropriately analyze, escalate, and assist in the remediation of information security events and incidents under guidance and approval of GSIRT
Prioritize multiple high-priority tasks and formulate responses/recommendations to customers and team members in a fast-paced environment
Experience with or knowledge of the following technologies or concepts:IT Networking PrinciplesCybersecurityMalware and cyber threats
Strong soft skills, including:WrittenVerbalProblem solvingDecision making
Fluency in English (written and verbal)
Specialized knowledge in email or cloud threats
Some experience handling AWS/Azure cloud alerts
Strong knowledge of industry standard incident response practices
Experience with or knowledge of the following technologies or concepts:SIEM or other security/log management platforms (e.g., Splunk or Elasticsearch)Basic host-based forensics analysisBasic static and dynamic malware analysisRegular expressionsYARA rulesCommon TCP and UDP protocols