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SOC ENGINEER – GLASGOW

9 April 2021

Sapphire is looking for a Security Operations Centre Engineer to build and grow our Managed Services solutions and technologies in Glasgow.

The role is for an experienced, enthusiastic individual to join our Security Operations Centre and lead the delivery of our managed services. The position focuses on customer deployments and our SOC infrastructure’s operation, whilst working to the highest security disciplines and principles.

Successful candidates will have an excellent awareness of cybersecurity; have experience in SIEM, EDR, Vulnerability Management and Threat Intelligence. Security technology certifications, or other cybersecurity certifications, are desirable.

Working knowledge of TCP/IP and Windows/UNIX will also be required. This role is an excellent opportunity to join a diverse and exciting part of our business and be a pivotal member of our growing team. For more information about this role, please contact info@sapphire.net with a covering letter and your CV.

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