This opportunity is based in Lausanne

(Master Thesis) Enhance SIEM Detection and Response Capability

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As cyberattacks are becoming more advanced in sophistication and more frequent, it is crucial to have incident response capabilities for fast detection and remediation.

In this internship, you will join the Security Team of ELCA Cloud Services and will be working on our opensource SIEM. You will extant the coverage of the servers monitored by the SIEM and you will develop detection features and implement them. You will enrich the SIEM with global threat intelligence and create new correlation rules to match custom use cases.

In this role

  1. Enriching log collection with new sources and events,
  2. Defining new use cases and setting alerting levels,
  3. Setting up a platform to centralize security alerts and preparing playbooks for fast and efficient answer,
  4. Integrating the SIEM with external tools.

Additionally, it is expected to implement auto-response features.

What we offer

  • A dynamic work and collaborative environment with a highly motivated multi-cultural and international sites team
  • Personal development through training and coaching
  • A culture of collaboration across all disciplines
  • The chance to make a difference in peoples’ life by building innovative solutions
  • High innovation and research backed up by collaboration with universities like EPFL
  • Various internal coding events (Hackathon, Brownbags), see our technical blog
  • Monthly After-Works organized per locations
  • Good work-life balance (2 days per week from home)

About your profile

  • Good foundation in networks and network security.
  • Offensive knowledge.
  • Good knowledge in operating systems
  • Knowledge in scripting language

If you are INTERESTED in applying for this position, please send us your complete application (CV, cover letter, letter of reference, diplomas and certificates).

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