Network Security Analyst
The Network Security Analyst position at Dillard’s presents an exciting opportunity to help design, plan and implement security measures to protect the data, networks and computer systems for one of the nation’s largest retail companies. If you are looking for a rewarding challenge and an opportunity to be part of a wonderful team doing exciting work, this is the role for you!
Roles and Responsibilities
Continually monitor the company’s intrusion detection systems
Create technically detailed reports based on findings of intrusions and events
Assist in conducting computer incident investigations
Perform assessment and analysis on anomalous network and system activity
Responsible for troubleshooting and problem-solving security related issues
Required to provide quality customer service to other teams within IT
Provide recommendations on modifications to access control lists to prevent and mitigate intrusions
Responsible for the review of network technology services to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the company’s information assets
Responsible for the audit of network access control lists, firewall rule sets, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Network Access Control (NAC), etc. and providing recommendations to the network operations team based on security best practices.
Undertake the administration and maintenance of the department’s competencies for real-time alerting and digital forensics
Responsible for understanding what our vulnerabilities are and communicating with other teams about those vulnerabilities
Collaborate with the IT department to ensure timely implementation of controls, including patching, with minimal impact on the business operations
Participate in on-call rotations
Authorization to work in the United States without sponsorship
Ability to work onsite at Corporate Headquarters in Little Rock, AR
Motivated self-starter with strong interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to create complex technical reports on analytic findings.
Ability to understand and discuss complex technical concepts and must be able to communicate technical details in a non-technical manner to various levels of IT and the business, both in verbal and written form
Required Education and Years of Experience
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, IT, or related field with 2+ years of IT security or network administration experience; OR
Associate’s degree in Computer Science, IT, or related field with 4+ years of IT security or network administration experience; OR
No degree with at least 5+ years of IT security or network administration experience
Familiarity with computer forensic tools or other network forensic applications
Information security or network certifications are advantageous.