Cyber Security Analyst Jobs | $75,129-91,953 | Available Now

Cyber Security Analyst Jobs. Shared Services Canada (SSC) is looking for suitable people for its Cyber Security Analyst Program right now. As a Cyber Security Analyst, you will be in charge of keeping the Canadian government’s digital systems and information assets safe. This is a great chance to work with a focused team to protect government systems from cyber threats and keep them running smoothly.

Cyber Security Analyst Jobs

Shared Services Canada Cyber Security Analyst Jobs Notification Deatails

All the candidates who are looking for Government of Canada job and meet the eligibility criteria can apply for the post by filling the Online application on the main website for Latest recruitment of Shared Services Canada. After reading all the information like age limit, selection process, educational qualification, salary offered etc.

Government of Canada Jobs

Organization Name Shared Services Canada
Job Type Government of Canada Jobs
Recruitment Type Direct Recruitment
Reference Number GSS23J-023803-000349
Post Name Cyber Security Analyst
Total Vacancy Number to be determined
Job Location Various locations
Salary $75,129 to $91,953
Apply Mode Online
Official website

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Cyber Security Analyst Jobs Salary

At SSC, a Cyber Security Analyst can make between $75,129 and $91,953 per year. This salary range is based on the skills and duties that come with the job. SSC offers competitive pay packages and a wide range of benefits, as well as chances to grow and improve professionally.

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Who can apply:

Supporting at least one of the following areas of cybersecurity:

1. Responding to cyber incidents 2. Monitoring in advance
3. Finding security holes, assessing them, fixing them, and reporting on them
4. Using the cloud (Azure, AWS, etc.)
5. Taking care of security devices
6. An Analysis of Threat Intelligence
7. Protecting networks by detecting, analyzing patterns, recognizing threats, and finding ways to stop them
8. Hacking, Red-Teaming, and Blue-Teaming
9. Risk Assessment
10. Infrastructure with a public key

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How to apply;

Visit the page for Shared Services Canada.

Find the Cyber Security Analyst Program job ad.

Look over the requirements and make sure you have the right schooling and experience.
Make a detailed resume that shows off your education, experience, and skills that are important to the job.

Write a cover letter explaining why you want the Cyber Security Analyst job and what makes you a good candidate.

Send your application through the application site or email address that was given.

Make sure to send in your application before the deadline

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