Senior Analyst, Enterprise Security Practice TheInfoPro
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED The 451 Group is an independent technology-industry analyst company. Our research makes sense of swiftly moving trends in the information technologies (IT) used by large and midsized organizations. We have offices in the US and Europe.
451 Research delivers value to its customers (and to a certain extent, the industry at large) from multiple perspectives and via multiple channels. Types of analysis include (but are not limited to) technology and technology innovation; competitive analysis of individual suppliers and the eco-systems they form; exploration of macro market trends; insight both of and for the ?end user?; market sizing and forecasting; M&A analysis; financial analysis; interpretation of compliance and regulatory factors; etc.
Insight is delivered via published reports in multiple formats; proprietary datasets; survey analysis; analyst inquiry; professional service engagements; webinars; company conferences; third party conferences; interaction with partners and the press.
Senior analysts track industry and technology trends for the practice areas to which they are assigned and generate research reports covering them. They handle all of the tasks associated with an analyst position and manage tasks, time, priorities, and projects independently. They also review the work of other analysts, act as project lead, and, as appropriate, mentor analysts in more junior positions. Regular travel is expected for client and vendor events and conferences. Senior analysts report to the research director of the practice.
In the enterprise security practice, analysts cover a broad range of technologies and organizations, including identity management, security information and event management, application security, encryption, antimalware, forensics, intrusion detection, and cloud and mobile security. Because of security?s broad reach, there is close collaboration with the network, storage, data center, cloud, and service provider practices. This collaboration can include attending practice meetings, co-authoring reports, and jointly presenting results. Analysts in the security practice will cover traditional security vendors as well as security offerings from virtualization platform vendors, hosting, cloud and mobile providers, and other areas of disruptive technology.
?Write research reports in both short and long form on a regular basis and in accordance with the schedule and in a volume that is at least sufficient to meet the requirements of the current Analyst Activity Guide.
?Create and manage coverage maps and schedules detailing which vendors will be covered and when specific report types will be generated.
?Schedule and receive briefings with vendors identified in coverage maps in a timely fashion.
?Maintain timely communications with other analysts and employees via the 451 scheduling application.
?Develop and pursue a significant and detailed understanding of the markets and technologies assigned.
?Submit session, panel, and workshop submissions in response to conference Call For Paper processes.
?Attend suitable conferences and meet with vendors.
?Prepare for and conduct counsel calls and webinars with clients.
?Participate in other 451 research and service delivery as assigned.
Education and experience:
This position requires sufficient educational or work experience to have obtained expertise in the industries and technologies being covered. Most 451 Research analysts come from a background as a practitioner, vendor, consultant, researcher, analyst, or technical journalist. The expectation is that this will be the equivalent of five to ten years of working in the fields covered, accompanied by an undergraduate degree or four years? additional professional experience. Strong writing, communication and people skills are a must.
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