**Business Title:** Cyber Threat Hunting and Incident Response Analyst - Remote
**Requisition Number:** 93788 - 62
**Function:** Business Support Services
**Area of Interest:**
**City:** Las Vegas
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KPMG is currently seeking a Sr. Associate, Cyber Threat Hunting and Incident Response Analyst to join our Digital Nexus Group organization.This role is a remote work opportunity.
+ Perform all phases of incident response life cycle: preparation, analysis, containment, eradication, remediation, recovery and post-incident activity
+ Complete threat hunting in both on-premises and cloud environments
+ Define, document, test and manage incident response processes, document processes and procedures in the form of playbooks and reference guides
+ Evaluate external threat intelligence sources related to zero-day attacks, exploit kits and malware to determine organizational risk and improve threat detection by incorporating into detection tools
+ Conduct forensics, host-based disk and memory as well as network; analyze to determine root cause and impact
+ Develop security monitoring by using cases and supporting content for security tools such as dashboards, alerts, reports, rules; including but not limited to the configuration and monitor security information and event management (SIEM) platform for security alerts
+ Minimum five years of recent security monitoring experience and incident response activities preferably within a professional services firm or similar environment; experience with IT process definition and/or improvement
+ Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university or equivalent work experience
+ Solid understanding of network and system intrusion and detection methods; examples of related technologies include Splunk, Next Generation Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP), Security information and event management (SIEM), hacking tools techniques and procedures
+ Experience with coding and analytics, malware analysis, endpoint lateral movement detection methodologies and host forensic tools
+ Understanding of network protocol analysis, public key infrastructure, SSL, Microsoft Windows and Active Directory, Linux, open-source software, scripting, SQL and software programming
+ Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future; candidates must be able to perform work during the Eastern or Central time zones regular business hours
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