CYBER SECURITY ANALYST
- Full Time
About the program
Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing: Assign students to identify vulnerabilities in a system or network and perform penetration testing to evaluate its security. Security Incident Response: Develop a simulated security incident and task students with responding to and mitigating the incident. This can include investigating the incident, collecting evidence, and implementing remediation measures. Secure Coding: Assign students to review and analyze code for security vulnerabilities, and provide recommendations for improving code security. This can include topics such as input validation, secure authentication, and protection against common web application attacks. Network Security Monitoring: Set up a network monitoring environment and task students with monitoring network traffic for suspicious activities or potential security breaches. They can learn to analyze logs, detect anomalies, and respond to potential threats. Security Awareness and Training: Students can develop cybersecurity awareness campaigns, training materials, or presentations to educate others about common threats, best practices for online safety, and how to protect personal information. Risk Assessment and Compliance: Assign students to conduct risk assessments for an organization's IT infrastructure, evaluate compliance with relevant security standards and regulations, and provide recommendations for improvement. Mobile Application Security: Task students with analyzing the security of mobile applications, identifying vulnerabilities such as insecure data storage, inadequate authentication, or insecure communication channels.
Professional development opportunities: Companies can offer training programs, workshops, and mentorship opportunities to help interns develop new skills and advance their careers. Flexible work arrangements: Companies may offer flexible work schedules or the ability to work remotely, which can be particularly appealing to students who need to balance their internship with other commitments.
Who can apply?
Only those candidates can apply who:
- are from Any
- and specialisation from Any
- are available for duration of 8 Weeks
- have relevant skills and interests
Terms of Engagement
Duration of the internship: This refers to the period for which the intern will be engaged with the company. It may be a fixed duration or an open-ended engagement. Work schedule: The company may specify the work schedule for the intern, including the number of hours per week, days of the week the intern is expected to work, and any flexibility around the schedule. Scope of work: The scope of work will outline the specific duties and responsibilities of the intern. It may include tasks such as conducting research, assisting with projects, and supporting the day-to-day operations of the company.
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