The Cybersecurity Operations unit provides for access control and analysis of the OHSU IT Network and applications environments for risks and threats. This unit also ensures that proposed and existing systems and network security architectures are engineered for and aligned with and operated according to OHSU security policies and standards as well as industry best practices, and develops mitigation strategies, techniques and processes for security breaches.
The Computer User Support Analyst assists Cybersecurity Analysts and Cybersecurity Engineers as appropriate to provide security life cycle support for the information systems infrastructure itself as well as technical, risk and vulnerability analysis and support of OHSU Applications which use this infrastructure. The security life cycle includes but is not limited to the following elements: security assessment, risk enumeration, asset sunset/disposal, vulnerability identification and tracking, exception handling and guidance, development of compensating controls and management of security appliances. Security appliance infrastructure includes but is not limited to such systems as Network Access Control (NAC), internet filtering, data loss prevention (DLP), system information and event management (SIEM), and vulnerability scanning. This position will support these functions by providing first-level support, triaging and resolving routine cybersecurity tickets, and performing routine low-risk reviews of applications and systems with input from Cybersecurity Analysts or Cybersecurity Engineers.