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Your Role and Responsibilities
Korean calling title: 과장~차부장
SIEM Security Correlation Engineer creates, modifies and tunes the system rules to adjust the specifications of alerts and incidents. SIEM Security Correlation Engineer will work with customer’s designated personnel to provide continual correlation rule tuning, incident classification and prioritization recommendations, report query adjustments, and various other configuration activities in order to help customer fully optimize the SIEM system capabilities as well as the audit and logging features of the event and log sources.
[Required Technical and Professional Expertise]
- 3+ years of experience in information security sphere
- Experience in configuring security devices (SIEM, IDS/IPS, firewall, endpoint security systems, etc.)
- Knowledge of TCP/IP fundamentals
- Knowledge of routing protocols and technologies
- English: fluent or intermediate
[Preferred Technical and Professional Expertise]
- 1+ year of experience in supported technology (IBM Security QRadar SIEM and/or ArcSight and/or Splunk)
- Certifications: IBM Security QRadar SIEM Administration and other related to IT Security (CompTIA Security+, CCNA Security, etc.)
- Linux/Unix basics
- Knowledge of Regular Expressions
- Knowledge of SQL basics
- Education: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent preferably (will be an advance)
- Native language proficiency in Korean
- Fluent communication in English
Being You @ IBM
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