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July 19, 2019
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L1 SOC Analyst

Our client, the world’s leading IT vendor has a fantastic job opportunity for a L1 SOC Analyst to be based in Kuwait for a 12 month extendable contract. The candidate must be available in a month and must have Qradar experience. REQUIREMENTS The L2 SOC analyst must have the following skills:

  • 4+ years working in a SOC
  • Qradar experience is mandatory, (2+ years of recent experience is mandatory)
  • Qradar certifications preferred
  • Available immediately

ABOUT THE COMPANY Founded in 1996, Halian is an IT services company with a strong track record of delivering value for our customers across the UK, Europe, The Middle East and Africa. The experience we have gained means that we can help our clients reduce information technology costs, increase IT systems performance, and free up valuable internal resource to focus on core business activities. Our knowledge base covers a variety of industry sectors including Government, Healthcare, Telecommunications and Pharmaceuticals, as well as a specialist Financial markets capability in our Luxembourg office. We operate with a culture of openness and trust that helps us to develop strong working relationships with our clients and with our core technology partners Dell, Oracle, Red Hat and Symantec. Our three key service offerings of Managed Services, Resourcing Services and Professional Services can be used independently or integrated to provide a truly comprehensive service.

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