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SOC Support Engineer

Sector: Infrastructure & Operation

Location: International

Type: Contract

Ref: BBBH61080_1572371311

Salary: Competitive

Currently seeking a SOC Support Engineer for a Consultancy based on client site in The Hague, Netherlands for a 12 month contract.

The main objective for the role is to Monitor QRadar operator dashboard for Security Incidents/tickets and assess the L1 Incidents and respond based on Run-Book/Playbooks updates, report and follow-up for response/resolution via L2 and L3 team. Conducting introductory analysis into security breaches at customer sites using high-fidelity alerts and tools.

Candidates should have previous experience working in a telecommunications environment and have experience supporting security incidents. Applicants must speak fluent Dutch and English.


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