Ericsson Security Specialist in Stockholm, Sweden
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The purpose of the role the is to ensure that sub-unit Security Operations within Group Security fulfills its responsibilities in assigned areas. The areas are Cyber security, Incident handling, forensics, Investigations and Incident response. This is carried out by investigating complex security incidents globally, providing support and advice on demand and to provide the functional line Security Managers with your adequate skills and knowledge in tools, processes and methods to handle security investigations.
The position is a Security Specialist role within the competence area of Security Investigations and forensics, responsibilities can be:
To provide daily security support and subject matter expertise to the global organization
Perform Investigations on prioritized and complex security incidents
Develop training and education regarding investigative techniques and methods
Participate in assessments, development and distribution of adequate tools related to security investigations and forensics
Participate in Security Assessments performed by Group Security
Identify ‘best practices’ within investigations, Incident Response, Threat Intelligence and forensics and ensure that those are communicated to the functional line Security Managers
Identify "lessons learned" derived from investigations with focus on security related improvement areas in steering documents, processes, methods, tools etc. and that corresponding stakeholders are made aware of these
Support the implementation of Ericsson Security Directives
Preferred key professional qualifications are:
Formal Security training (certificate) or equivalent
Formal investigative education and experience
Formal IS/IT forensic education and experience
Experience in working with Incident response, SOC operations and pen testing/ethical hacking
Minimum three years of experience in Information and/or IT security and risk management.
*We would like this person to bring personal skills such as; *
Good presentation skills.
Methodical & analytical
Fluent in verbal and written English
Very high personal integrity and respect for confidentiality
Knowledge in languages other than Swedish and English
If you have any further questions about the position, do not hesitate to get in touch with* Katalin* in the Ericsson Recruitment Team: email@example.com. The candidate selection is ongoing, so send us your application in today. Last day to apply: 31st May Primary location of the role: Kista, Stockholm
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Primary country and city: Sweden (SE) || No Selection || Stockholm || SharedServ
Req ID: 182213