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Average Salary for Security Administrator in United States

The average salary of a(n) Security Administrator in United States is $40,285.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Security Administrator in United States is $19.37.

The average bonus of a(n) Security Administrator in United States is $1,035.00.

Job Description:

Administers security user system and data entitlements, authorizations, access rights, account creation, and modifications across multiple platforms and applications. Defines security frameworks for existing and new systems. Assumes responsibility for system security planning, developing, and implementing security policies across multiple platforms. Ensures successful implementation and maintenance of the defined standards. Ensures compliance of IT security policies. Provides support in security management and security architect standards and documentations. Supports networking and security services in LAN, WAN, and Internet network infrastructure. Manages security devices such as firewall, IDS, VPN, etc. Provides technical support and consultation for enhancement of and change to network security configuration. Provides fault resolution and escalation. Maintains documentation. Defines processes to manage the network security. Develops cutting-edge, innovative solutions for IT networks security. Studies the proliferation of viruses and prevents hacker intrusion. Conducts active penetration tests and discovers vulnerabilities in information systems. Interfaces with organization's security team, IT Coordinators, application and data owners, and management to establish and/or modify system entitlement standards. Uses current information security technology disciplines and practices to assist in the development, implementation, management, and maintenance of an enterprise-wide access control and security monitoring program. Implements or modifies user entitlements as it relates to the roll out of new applications. Generates entitlement reports as required. Less

Administers security user system and data entitlements, authorizations, access rights, account creation, and modifications across multiple platforms and applications. Defines security frameworks for existing and new systems. Assumes responsibility for system security planning, developing, and implementing security policies across multiple... More

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