Tetrad Digital Integrity LLC

NSOC Security Engineer (Mid-Level)

4 months ago
# of Openings
Information Technology


The Network Security Operations Center (NSOC) mid-level Security Engineer is responsible for assisting in the engineering, configuring, and maintaining of NSOC Security Devices.  Assist with the System Administration, upgrades, patching and system updates of this equipment.


  • Assists with the design and implementation (gap analysis) of IT systems to meet security needs
  • May assist with the development of code, testing and implementing computer programs and subsystems utilizing multiple programming languages
  • Assist with the support of system design, business studies and feasibility studies
  • Assists with the installation and support of network communications
  • Follows standard practices and procedures in analyzing situations involving readily identifiable problems
  • Works from specifications to assist in developing and modifying operating software programming applications
  • Assists with design, coding, benchmark testing, debugging, and documentation
  • Provides analysis related to the design, development, and integration of hardware, software, man-machine interfaces and all system level requirements to provide an integrated IT solution
  • Develops integrated system test requirement, strategies, devices and systems.


  • Certifications: CEH/GIAC, Security+
  • Education and experience: Bachelor’s degree in computer science/systems, information systems/technology, engineering/engineering technology, software engineering/programming, management, natural sciences, social sciences, mathematics or business/finance. 6 years experience, of which 4 must be specialized.
  • Specialized skills/experience: Experience as an applications programmer on data base management systems, knowledge of computer equipment and ability to develop complex software to satisfy design objectives.  Demonstrated ability to work independently or under only general direction.


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