Networking For Future, Inc. (NFF) is a technology firm offering Network Services and Software services to our clients. As a Certified Cisco Gold Partner, NFF provides: network assessments, integration and design; IP telephony; wireless and Information Security. Software services practice includes: Application Development; Content Management Integration and Large database/ Data warehouse integration services as well as Professionals Services. We differentiate ourselves as an organization that focuses on people, both our clients and our employees. We are committed to empowering our employees by creating an environment for growth, partnership, respect and creativity. For the second year in a row NFF was named one of Inc. magazines Fastest Growing Private Companies.
The soc analyst is a tier 2 tech resource responsible for monitoring, detecting, analyzing, remediating, and reporting on cyber events and incidents impacting the tech infrastructure of the District of Columbia. Serves as advanced escalation point.
The ideal candidate will have a technical background with significant previous experience in an enterprise environment with the following:
Minimum education/certification requirements
NFF provides a competitive salary and benefits package including health insurance (medical, prescription, dental, and vision), life and disability insurance, PTO, paid holidays, 401 (k) match, Flexible Spending Accounts, Commuter benefits, and educational assistance. Please visit the careers page of our website (www.nffinc.com) for more details.
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