WaveStrong, Inc

  • Security Analyst

    Job Locations US-CA-Pleasanton
    Posted Date 4 days ago(11/8/2018 5:14 PM)
    # of Openings
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    WaveStrong, an IT Security Firm, is recognized as one of America’s fastest growing companies. WaveStrong has been named Top Companies by CPUC – Fastest Growing IT Security Minority Owned organization since 2011. Since 2001, more than 150 organizations, including 20 of the Fortune 100 and 5 of the largest State and Local Gov’t Agencies, have trusted WaveStrong with their data security challenges. Headquartered in Northern California, WaveStrong has offices in 3 major cities across and United States.


    An Information Security Analyst will be responsible for supporting computer network defense and recommending corrective actions.

    • Conducts network monitoring and Systems (IDS/IPS), Firewalls, SIEM, NAC, Vulnerability Management tools
    • Correlates network activity across networks to identify trends of unauthorized use
    • Deep knowledge on switches, routers, sockets and firewalls to ensure Security


    • BS in Computer Science, Information Security, or a related field is highly desirable
    • 3+ years of work experience in information security, especially in a network security analyst role
    • Security +, CEH, or SANS GIAC certifications are preferred
    • Technical expertise in system security vulnerabilities and remediation techniques, network and web-related protocols (e.g., TCP/IP, UDP, IPSEC, HTTP, etc.)
    • Technical expertise in security engineering, system and network security, authentication and security protocols, cryptography, and application security
    • Strong decision-making capabilities, with a proven ability to weigh the relative costs and benefits of potential actions and identify the most appropriate one
    • An understanding of business needs and commitment to delivering high-quality, prompt, and efficient service to the business


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