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As a Security Engineer you are a part of the Managed Security Services (MSS) team responsible for the management of Verizon’s enterprise customer security infrastructure. Primary responsibilities are divided into customer device Change Management and MSS Infrastructure management. Change Management responsibilities include the acceptance, review, planning and implementation of approved changes to MSS customer security assets. MSS Infrastructure management includes health monitoring, capacity planning, maintenance windows, RMA, and incident response.
Security Engineers at Verizon are skilled professionals who possess experience in configuration of and troubleshooting on a wide variety of security devices. This engineer is able to work as a member of a team and is able to communicate effectively and intelligently to our customer via phone, email or ticket escalations. The engineer is able to multi-task, take direction, prioritize and complete given assignments on a daily basis. The SOC Engineer should possess a working knowledge of how our customer’s specific security products operate, how networks interoperate, and how a managed security services provider delivers service to its customers. The engineer is extremely customer focused and is able to handle themselves in the face of adversity.
Major Responsibilities include:
Ideally, you’ll also have:
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