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Vulnerability Management Associate

Employer
Pfizer
Location
Sandwich
Salary
Negotiable
Closing date
10 Dec 2023

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Sector
Technology & Digital
Hours
Full Time
Flexibility
Flexible working available
Contract Type
Permanent

Job Details

The Global Information Security organization delivers proactive cybersecurity defense for the global Pfizer. We identify & drive out critical vulnerabilities across all of Pfizer's digital information assets. We achieve this with a team of world-class talent that focuses on building a strong partnership to build security into all aspects of our business. Across all aspects of our organization, we use top-tier technologies, industry leading best practices, advanced analytics and promote a cybersecurity ownership & partnership culture. The Vulnerability Management Analyst performs vulnerability scanning & assessments to protect the confidentiality, integrity & availability of information assets using a risk-based approach. They ensure continuous vulnerability life cycle management focussed on analysis & validation of scan results, setting relative Pfizer risk ratings, providing remediation recommendations, tracking & reporting vulnerabilities to improve the overall security posture of Pfizer. See Qualification Requirements on Pfizer UK Careers website.

  • Perform scheduled and/or on demand vulnerability scanning & assessments, plus triage, reports & analysis
  • Analyse & validate scans/assess results communicated to stakeholders
  • Interact with stakeholders to address issues related to remediation of vulnerability scanning & assessments
  • Support activities focused on helping key stakeholders to interpret their vulnerability results, and guide the remediation of existing/emerging threats & evaluating false positives
  • Configure, maintain, operate vulnerability management tools
  • Work with metrics to analyze & prioritize vulnerabilities for remediation
  • Track remediation work consistently to advance improvements to program & closure of vulnerabilities
  • Provide remediation support on any potential findings
  • Partner with other security, manufacturing & IT infrastructure professionals to assess potential impact from vulnerabilities & determine appropriate mitigating controls
  • Work with industry standard tools & learn new innovative solutions
  • Work across teams & with 3rd party service providers
  • Support penetration testing & red team exercises

Company

We aim to create a trusting, flexible workplace culture which encourages employees to achieve work life harmony, attracts talent and enables everyone to be their best working self. 

In the UK, we have around 2,400 colleagues across four locations, working within our commercial business, research and development (R&D), manufacturing and distribution operations.

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