A Cyber Security job role includes working with an organisation to keep their computer and system secure. They determine who should have access to which information, and then plan, coordinate and implement information security programs. By using their multi-layered approach, they use their specialised expertise and knowledge to help to protect against threats that facilitate cybercrime, including malware, phishing, hacking and viruses.
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|Posted2/10/2018||Job Title||Salary / Daily Rate€45,000-€55,000||LocationDublin||TypePermanent|
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Those in a Cyber Security job role are responsible for keeping cybercrime at bay by using their ability in analysis, forensics and reverse engineering to monitor and diagnose malware events and vulnerability issues. They will then be required to make suitable recommendations for solutions, including hardware and software programs that can help diminish risk. These professionals can typically design firewalls, monitor use of data files, and regulate access to safeguard information and protect the network.
Staying up-to-date on present virus reports and protecting networks from these viruses is a major aspect of a Cyber Security duties. They often train users, promote security awareness, develop policies and procedures, and provide updates and reports to management and executive staff.