Cyber Intrusion Analyst Level 4
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Our Level 4 Cyber Intrusion Analyst Apprenticeship gives apprentices the chance to learn within a working environment and develop the personal skills required to work in a Cyber Intrusion Analyst role. Following the programme, Apprentices will use a range of tools to monitor networks in real time, and will be able to understand and interpret the alerts that are automatically generated by those tools.
Over the course of the Level 4 Apprenticeship, participants will cover topics such as networks, operating systems, information and cyber security foundations, business processes and law, regulation and ethics..
The apprentice will learn the common networks in use and their associated data formats, protocols and network layer models and then identify their differences. Network routing protocols and the principles of network addresses will be covered and how network performance can be affected.
The apprentice will learn the common configurations of operating system (OS) firewalls, the differences between user and file access control lists and how to configure them, the security features of OS, servers and clients and show an understanding of the need for OS security policies.
Information and Cyber Security Foundations
The apprentice will learn basic cyber security concepts and their importance to organisations along with risk assessment, management and investigation, information governance including policy, the legal and regulatory environment, information assurance and more.
The apprentice will learn about the lifecycle and service management practices which form part of the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and about the different processes for cyber incident response and incident management. case.
Law, Regulation and Ethics
The apprentice will learn about the main features and applicability of law, regulations and standards relevant to cyber network defence and the ethical responsibilities of a cyber security professional.
Learning & Assessment
Over the course of the 15 month Apprenticeship, learners will receive close training from their 3aaa trainer in one of our 36 training academies.
During the academy sessions, Apprentices will be covering a range of modules that will be tailored towards their roles and responsibilities, learning about the concepts behind their tasks within the workplace and being able to develop themselves with key industry experience.
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Are you eligible?
Individual employers will set the selection criteria, but this is likely to include A levels; a level 3 Apprenticeship or other relevant qualification; relevant experience and/or an aptitude test with a focus on functional maths.
Typical Job roles
Secure Operations Centre (SOC) Analyst
Network Intrusion Analyst
Incident Response Centre (IRC) Analyst
Network Operations Centre (NOC) Security Analsyt
Cyber Security Analyst
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