MCPc, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is a privately-owned, multi-faceted endpoint management company that reaches customers throughout the United States. In 2019, our ambition is to extend our range to Great Britain and parts of Europe. Our global scope is enabled through strategic, international partnerships that reflect our own status as among the top one percent of companies of our kind in the world.
Unlike many businesses, MCPc resists defining the "size" of our optimal customer and instead focuses on the value a client places on securing its data and the devices information lives on. Being at the forefront of technology for over 50 years allowed us to foresee how the end-point would become an entry-point for cyber-attack on data and that every company, regardless of size, would be vulnerable.
That is why, even before "cyber" became a buzzword, we began building a "chain-of-custody" approach to protecting data and devices on a scalable model that serves small-to-midsize-to-enterprise-size organizations. Today, with the proliferation of cyberattacks, our approach sets us apart. We have become a recognized industry leader for helping organizations mitigate risk, manage compliance and, as a consequence, optimize the total cost of ownership of their technology.
To maintain our valued position, we not only invest in employee training and advanced facilities but also in talent development. We recognize the consequences that short- and long-term shortages in cyber defense experts mean to our business and to our customers. It is no different than a country that spots the barbarian at its gates but does nothing to support an army capable of defending them. For us, this investment, like our company, is also multi-faceted. It means investing in education, in youth, in job growth, in conferences, in sustainability, and in economic development on the whole.
MCPc is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, focused on recruiting and retaining top talent at every level. We employ premier associates in the industry who deliver value and support to our growing customer base. In order to ensure MCPc is holding itself to the highest level of security, as a trusted and premier endpoint solutions provider, all new employees must undergo our standard background check and drug screen test for pre-employment purposes.
The Cyber Security Engineer monitors the infrastructure (software, hardware, networks), investigates unusual activity, and provides remediation. This position is responsible for monitoring for, assessing, and responding to security related incidents. Also test for compliance with security policies and procedures, as well as assist in the creation, implementation, and/or management of information security policies and solutions.
Clearly communicate Information Security matters to auditors, end users, and staff, using appropriate language, examples, and tone.
Works with Information Services teams in securing application stack including least privilege credential usage, micro-segmentation utilizing host based firewalls, and disabling unneeded services.
Run monthly vulnerability scanning, analyze results, meet with teams, assist with patching of third party apps
Help security team ensure software is pushed, updated and running properly (i.e. phish button, antivirus, scan agents)
Support log collection and monitoring
Compliance and audit scanning via tools that can scan configuration and report if a system is out of compliance.
Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems, Cybersecurity, Computer Science or related discipline, or 4 or more years of equivalent career experience.
Demonstrates ability to clearly communicate Information Security matters to auditors, end users, and staff, using appropriate language, examples and tone in written and verbal forms.
Working knowledge of information systems security standards and practices (e.g., access control and system hardening, system audit and log file monitoring, security policies, and incident handling)
Strong analytical, technical, documentation and problem solving skills
Ability to interpret information security data and processes to identify potential compliance issues
Ability to review and quickly understand proposed systems in order to identify and validate security requirements
Ability to be a self-starter who is accountable, requires minimal supervision and is open to new ideas
Excellent teamwork skills and continuous learning to stay current with threats, prevention, and detection capabilities used in corporate environments