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We are looking for an experienced hands-on Level2 Security Analyst for our Automotive Security Operations Center to perform deep-dive investigations and helping IR team for containment of the incident. This individual should have the ability to work with external/internal teams and collaborates with multiple teams and help in investigating and containment of the incidents.
**This is Physical location at our Newark, CA**
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Key Responsibilities:Perform incident detection, and investigation for Automotive Security Operation Center.Develop Standard Operating Procedures and playbooks for automotive specific use casesPerform deep-dive investigations, research and accordingly recommend the improvements in detection capabilities.Assist IR Team during containment, eradication and recovery phases of IR Responses.Collaborate with different teams such as Software, IT Security, Safety and other teams to implement and improve automotive security posture of Lucid.Perform Reverse Engineering, and Threat Hunting.Provide mentorship to junior team members.Work closely with larger Automotive Cyber Security team to enhance the security processes, and technologies.
Required Qualifications:Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science, Information Technology, Cybersecurity.Minimum 6-8 years of direct experience as an Information Security analyst role.Professional experience in incident detection and response, malware analysis or reverse engineering.Minimum of 3-4 years of experience working in Tier 2 or Tier 3 SOC environments performing security incident investigation and security incident response.Experience with SIEM Tools(eg: Splunk, Logrhythm).Experience with host and network monitoring and security tools.Familiarity with Threat Intelligence tools and technologies.Proven ability to perform data analysis, incident investigations and root cause analysis.Experience with developing Standard Operating Procedures, and Incident Response Plan.Good understanding of Cybersecurity Frameworks such as SANs, NIST Cybersecurity frameworks.
Preferred Qualifications:Master of Engineering in Computer Science, Information Technology, Cybersecurity.Familiarity with Mitre ATT&CK framework.Experience with automotive signals would be a plusKnowledge of Vulnerability Assessment processes, and tools is a plus.