Cyber Security Engineer

Location Dundalk
Contact name: Peter Gilhooly

Contact email:
Job ref: 1100
Published: about 2 years ago

Cyber Security Engineer – Remote, Ireland or UK

My client require a Cyber Security Engineer for a permanent role.

As the Cyber Security Engineer you will get an opportunity to work on implementing Cyber Security standards. Working initially within a small, but growing Cyber Security team, you will be heavily involved in ensuring standards are upheld, compliance is met and risk reduced. Enabling the business cyber security strategy and ensuring protection of our customers, to ensure our business is recognised by our customers as a safe place.


· Previous experience  2 – 3 years in a Cyber Security related position

· A Certification in Cyber Security / Information Security

· Understanding of Security Frameworks like ISO-27001, NIST, CIS and PCI

· Understanding of the OWASP Top 10, and remediation techniques

· Understanding of Vulnerability Management practices and tooling

· Experience with Next Generation Firewalls

· Experience with Endpoint protection tooling

· Experience with DDOS tools and vendors

· Experience with SIEM tools

· Documentation skill are essential for the role

· Programming experience would be an advantage



  • Responsible for managing and deploying security controls and technology
  • Research into the latest and emerging security threats, with a view to continuously reviewing existing and new business processes to ensure IT Security best practice is enforced at all times
  • Work with other areas of technology to deliver security services and ensure considerations on business and customer security are always a consideration
  • Liaise and engage with key internal stakeholders to ensure security requirements are embedded in project flows
  • Management of key security projects ensuring deadlines are met and stakeholder expectations are clear
  • Provide security support to key cloud systems and technologies, such as AWS/Microsoft, including development and maintenance of supporting tools, scripts, dashboards, and metrics
  • Liaise with external Security Operation Centre partner’s, in remediating risks, closing security incidents as per best practice
  • Take full responsibility for the definition, documentation and satisfactory completion of any actions required to close security incidents
  • Assist with compliance and regulatory audits
  • Progress tracking of delivery of corrective actions to the committed timelines


If you feel this role is for you please contact Peter on +353 1 525 4645 or email him on PG/2022/024. The role can be remote from within Ireland (or the UK). Salary is around €50k plus benefits PG4