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On a demandé à un Senior Information Security Analyst...18 août 2012

How to configure a network router from the CLI?

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Not the responsibility of a Senior Information Security Analyst - that is the NOC team's role Moins

Paladion

"What are your Recommended set of actions , for a DDOS"

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* Clistering of servers and Need to place the load balancers

Virtela Technology Services

What is difference between deny and drop on Firewall

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Deny means the traffic dropped by the firewall, while dropped means passed by firewall but denied by server , in logs will able to see the traffic have Close Age Out Moins

Virtela Technology Services

How will switch decide that the failover has happened on the ASA / firewall when the device is brought down

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Gratuitous ARP

NII Consulting

What is the SIEM architecture?

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SIEM architecture is how is your SIEM established inside your organisation and how the log flow from one component to other component inside SIEM. Moins

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Basic customer service questions

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With how I've done things in the past

Alcidion

How long have I been in a cyber security professional?

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1.5 years.

Rolls-Royce

Had several cyber threat examples and have me look at them and determine what was going on.

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Hi. What was the status on the website after the interview and before getting the offer? I did the interview and the status changed from selection event to be scheduled to under further consideration. Thx a lot Moins

Zoom Video Communications

First interview with HR involved mostly a narrative about the team and their needs and then high level inquiry into my background. During the second interview, the first question was a simple inquiry into my overall experience. The 3-4 questions that followed were were all multi-question asks that were pretty long---versus single, direct concise questions based off a proposition, issue, challenge, and so forth.

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Over Zoom due to the pandemic, I answered all questions giving them examples of my success stories in my various roles. The pre-screen with HR went very well, he was engaged, interested, communicative, and answered all of my questions thoroughly. The second interview, which was the determining interview to move me forward, did not go as well as the first one with HR. Immediately after the interview I knew that I wasn't going to be recommended because the gentleman was not quite personable or seemed interested in me once the Zoom video started, he made minimal eye contact or wouldn't look at me (he was looking at his screens more than half the time), made a comment that he didn't read my resume and that it was quite long, and that when I asked for feedback (i.e., was there any additional information that I can provide you? do you think I'd be a good fit for the team? and next steps) he was very short . Granted I was confident I demonstrated adequate skills, qualities, and expertise, I was concerned that the second interviewer had already made their mind up prior to us engaging based off his body language, lack of interest, and the aforementioned. But I am still interested in Zoom opportunities and would probably make better impression with a different team member. Moins

PwC

why you want to join pwc as cyber security analyst?

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Data security and hacking has always attracted my interest. This line of work might just be something which I really want to be in as well as something I happen to be good at. Moins

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