Cyber Security Analyst

  • InHealth
  • High Wycombe HP11, UK
  • 22/02/2024
Full time Data Science Data Analytics Data Management Data Governance Cybersecurity

Job Description

As the UKs largest specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions, our Digital team at InHealth continues to grow, to support our expanding range of services. Our Digital team is second to none, and InHealth is proud to be a great place to work. As a Cyber Security Analyst, you will help protect InHealth from cyberattacks by monitoring our systems and evaluating threats as they arise. You will defend our organisations computer hardware, software and other systems from theft, loss and other cyberattacks.
This will include monitoring our cyber security tools/ dashboards and identifying any potential vulnerabilities and escalating to the wider IT Team to ensure that potential and actual breaches can be mitigated efficiently. It will also include responding to security advisory alerts to proactively resolve vulnerabilities. InHealth will provide training to both address any skills gaps and develop you in this role. This is a hybrid role and we are happy for you to be based anywhere in the country.
There would be an expectation for you to work out of your nearest InHealth office (on an agreed pattern), and to attend meetings in our High Wycombe office where necessary. What you will do: Monitor our various portals and reporting cyber security incidents, problems, and creating appropriate service requests. Assist in the resolution of incidents and complete service requests relating to all aspects of cyber security in accordance with defined processes. Monitor changes in cyber security threats and appropriately respond to changes in threat profile.
Identify any potential and actual vulnerabilities in applications, infrastructure, services, software, and systems. Provide guidance and support to InHealth employees on a range of cyber security issues, including computer viruses, spam e-mail, malware, and hoaxes. Provide regular management information on cyber security matters, e.g. on the e-mail and internet monitoring systems and identify the need for any new controls based on this Information.
Assist with cyber security risk assessments on user requests for access to systems, use of new software or hardware facilities. About you: Experience of working in a confidential environment and in a customer-focused ICT organisation. Understanding of relevant Cyber Security standards, legislation and regulations including compliance standards. Good knowledge of current and emerging security threats and technologies.
Good knowledge of cyber security best practice toolsets and methodologies including system management tools. Basic knowledge of database and application security. Professional and organised; you will not forget anything and will always follow-through on actions and commitments. You will remain calm and focused under pressure, remaining focused on the task at hand.