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Information security analysts are responsible for developing, implementing and overseeing security measures to protect a company's computer network and systems. These experts install proprietary software, conduct penetration testing, develop customized security standards, and continuously monitor the company's network for security breaches. They are also in charge of investigating and problem-solving when a breach occurs.
A bachelor's degree in a computer-related field such as computer science or programming is the minimum educational qualification required to become an information security analyst. An internship in this role or in any information technology department will boost your employment prospects tremendously. Information security analysts must be creative and detail oriented with excellent analytical, critical-thinking, and troubleshooting skills.
Why do you want to become an information security analyst? Do you know what this role entails? Do you have any work experience? What kind of work experience do you have? These are just some of many questions you are likely to be asked at your interview. To see more questions that interviewers typically ask to evaluate prospective information security analysts, go to Mock Questions.