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McAfee SIEM Solutions Consultant

Company Overview

W. Capra Consulting Group is a professional services organization focused on identifying, leading, integrating and delivering technology, payment, security, and loyalty solutions to a broad range of major established retail firms and emerging businesses. We have a passion for our business and for seeing our clients succeed.

Role & Responsibilities

Members of W. Capra Consulting Group’s Security Professional Services team provide our customers with positioning, demonstrating, assessing, designing, developing, and implementing enterprise security solutions.  Technical responsibilities include problem identification, system architecture definition, hardware/software specification and/or design, implementation, testing, client training, and solution deployment.  Our McAfee SIEM Solutions Consultants provide SIEM security solutions to our customers both on-site and remotely, with the capability of performing either independently or in a group environment.  The culture of our Security Professional Services team fosters individual growth and places value in team members that want to grow and learn with us.  The McAfee SIEM Solutions Consultant is responsible for the delivery of SIEM solutions to customers.  The McAfee SIEM Solutions Consultant will be called upon to understand the customer requirements and recommend the appropriate SIEM solution.  The McAfee SIEM Solutions Consultant will also need to be able to implement and document the SIEM solution in a timely manner.

  • 100% client facing role.
  • Ability to test, configure, deploy, install, implement, maintain, patch, upgrade, refresh, administer and support Mcafee SIEM (ESM, ELM, ACE, ECR).
  • Be able to understand customer requirements for a SIEM solution.
  • Design and recommend a SIEM solution to meet the customer needs.
  • Implement the SIEM solution to meet the customer needs.
  • Assist the customer with guidance on how to get their various devices logging to the SIEM solution.
  • Develop reports, alerts, and dashboards to meet the customer requirements.
  • Document the build of the SIEM solution.
  • Ability to communicate clearly with the customer throughout the entire life cycle of the project.
  • Offer consultative advice in security principles and best practices related to SIEM operations.
  • Demonstrate problem-solving skills that contribute towards the resolution of issues as they arise.

Qualifications (Required)

  • At least 1-2 years of demonstrated experience in McAfee SIEM Security Event Monitoring and incident response activities in Security operation center (SOC) environment.
  • Breadth of knowledge in the information security space with emphasis on TCP/IP network security, operating system security, common attack patterns, and exploitation techniques.
  • Must have basic knowledge on Anti-virus/malware, IDS/ISP, Firewalls, proxies, vulnerability, DLP etc…
  • Working on McAfee SIEM technologies for log analysis, event analysis, incident investigation, reporting and also develop new rules, policies for incident detection.
  • Preferred if any information security related certification.  
  • Working on SOC Monitoring, preferably on McAfee ESM.


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