What does a MDR Implementation Engineer do?
To extend their multidisciplinary team our client Hunt & Hackett is now hiring a MDR Implementation engineer.
Our customers have just signed up for our service and it is your responsibility to onboard them and giving them the ecstatic feeling that their security posture is about to change. You are technically responsible from beginning to end for this process. You are technically savvy and understand company networks and not necessarily want you to be the project manager type. If you have project management skills that would be magnificent, but if you haven’t that’s no problem at all.
As an MDR Implementation Engineer you are the bridge between the technology and the customer and are actively working in making those customers more secure. You help them – in a secure fashion – to get their logs out of their infrastructure, to implement network sensors and support the customer in rolling out EDR. Once you are done, you validate whether the right data had been received so that the SOC can deploy the detection logic and start detecting bad stuff. And if data comes in blobby, you either improve the parser, or you write one yourself . The work you do can be a bit unstructured occasionally, and although Hunt & Hackett tries to standardize things, there will always be new things and new situations. Therefore, they require you to be inquisitive and not shying away from unknowns.
Microsoft 365, endpoint management, EDR, SIEM, IDS, firewalls, proxies, load balancers, DNS/DHCP servers are common terms for you and working with them gives you warm and fuzzy feelings. Furthermore, you have experience with networking, working with Unix operating systems, but you also have experience with scripting and Git. Although you like to spend a fair share of time working with technologies, the thing that gets you up in the morning as well, is automating processes since you hate doing stuff manually. You are not expected to be a full DevOps engineer, but you know your way around in Python when things need to get automated. Lastly, in the time you are not helping customers, you might want to chip in during incident response cases, in the SOC, or help out the SRE/ DevOps team by further developing the platform as code.
What do you bring?
- Has done a technical study and are able to think/work on a HBO, WO level;
- Able to work independently on a medior level and has 3 years of working experience;
- Has either a background in being a sysadmin, or has at least experience with corporate infrastructures, network technologies, firewalls, proxies, load balancers etc;
- Has a good understanding of security and how de protect corporate networks;
- Has a drive to automate things instead of doing repetitive manual work;
- Speaks at least Dutch, English and Python (or any other …); Has good verbal and written communication skills;
- Lives in the Netherlands;
- Has a customer first approach.
What's in it for you?
- The opportunity to safeguard Europe’s leading organizations;
- A unique culture of ‘responsible rebellion’ where you can learn from the best to get the most out of yourself;
- The most innovative approach to get the job done;
- Being part of a winning team, with room for fun, learning and developing yourself;
- A proper laptop and phone to get the job done;
- A modern pension, which is transparent and can be controlled by yourself;
- Lunch is provided by, build & enjoyed with the team;
- Employee share participation scheme;
- Compensation for your travel costs.
About the organization
Hunt & Hackett helps European companies prevent, detect and respond to today’s most advanced adversaries, safeguarding them against cyberthreats such as espionage. They don’t stir a bit into security strategies; their talented team of responsible rebels shakes them up to build, operate and maintain digital immune systems for their customers to outsmart their digital adversaries.
A culture of ‘responsible rebellion’
Only (very) talented, multidisciplinary teams of threat hunters, intelligence analysts, reverse engineers, data scientists, developers and hackers are able to outsmart the increasingly professional community of cyber attackers. Hunt & Hacket pride themselves as a force for the good and as such they think and act as responsible rebels. They are not ‘just another security company’, and their people are not ‘just employees’. Everyone at Hunt & Hackett wants to be the best in their field and focusses at delivering next-gen levels of service. This means that they:
Push the envelope. Everyone takes the responsibility to make their work better every day, by being creative to color outside of the lines if needed.
Help you to become the best version of yourself. They bring together the best minds in the field, to inspire each other and to learn from each other. Personal development and growth are very important.
Build mission driven teams. They believe in the power of small teams who can focus on strategic tasks, not on repetitive work that can be automated. It’s up to you to make this happen.
Believe that God is in the details. Tiny details can have a huge impact, especially in security. This is why they champion tradecraft. They are system thinkers that oversee the big picture but who are simultaneously obsessive about the details
Are Responsible Rebels. At Hunt & Hacket they are polite, courteous, show professionalism. Yet they have a plan to kill everyone in the room.