Cyber Security Technician
Cyber Security Technicians provide 1st line cyber security support, monitoring and detecting potential cyber security threats.
Cyber Security Technicians provide first line cyber security support, monitoring and detecting potential cyber security threats and escalating them, as necessary. Typically working in a SOC (or similar) environment you will conduct specific cyber security tasks under supervision including patching software, implementing access control, configuring firewalls, SIEM and production tools. They will proactively adopt and deliver the security culture within the organisation, highlighting, supporting, and educating end users about cyber threats.
Typical job roles include: Access Control Administrator, Cyber Security Administrator, Incident Response Technician, Junior Information Security Analyst, Junior Penetration Tester, Junior Security Analyst, Junior Security Operation Center (SOC) Analyst, Junior Threat and Risk Analyst.
Apprentices are invited to extend and widen their workplace skills and behaviours, through a number of additional training sessions and resources including Careers Information Advice and Guidance workshops, safeguarding workshops, workplace professionalism workshops and guest speakers.
Apprentices are also invited to access our catalogue of training videos providing technical training courses across the spectrum of IT and Cyber Security training.
*Proof of GCSE grade C/4 or above or equivalent qualifications will proxy apprentices from sitting functional skills
There are a number of roles that apply for someone who has a Cyber Security Technician qualification, including but not limited to the following:
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