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Vulnerability Scan Convergys company

Orange Bussiness (Monthly) : All apps installed


Example:
- Fail Microsoft (office Pack,.Net) apps installed on all computers.
- Fail .Net, C++,
- Third Party (Java, Google Chrome, Firefox, apps)
- Tools: Rapid7
- Ms patch, Missing detected, KB.
- Wireless Scan (Quaterly).
- Tools : Vistumbler (Détecter les réseaux disponibles non autorisé)

Tenable io: solution help to scanning, prioritizing and analyzing all web applications, framework such as java script,
hijacks and html 5,

Windows Linux systems administrator

In this position you will be the primary point of contact for the management of network infrastructure and development
systems that include, but are not limited to, the following: Active directory integration, Bitbucket, File servers,
Application servers, Web servers, and DNS. You will be responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of the Linux
environment to include, but not limited to the following:
 Responsible for ensuring security updates and patches are current
 Responsible for adding, maintaining and deleting user accounts
 Responsible for completing and documenting all required security audits
 Responsible for managing and maintaining interfaces between MS Windows, Linux systems and Unix systems.
 Responsible for creating and maintaining server configuration documentation for the lab
 Responsible for creating and maintaining Linux, Unix sys admin processes and procedures
 Responsible for ensuring all Linux, Unix data is backed up and restoring data as necessary
 Responsible for ensuring disaster recovery processes and procedures are accurate and current
 Responsible for monitoring server capacity such as: disk, CPU, memory
 Assist with managing all network resources within the Linux, Unix lab environments, to include software licenses
 Responsible for managing and maintaining network data storage
 Other duties as assigned by the Network Functional Area Manager

A Linux administration job is one of the most lucrative job opportunities in the job market these days – with less supply
than demand and evolving enterprises looking for IT experts who can manage their Linux systems. In a recent survey
titled “The 2013 Linux Jobs Report” by Linux Foundation and Dice, it was revealed that among 2600 Linux professionals,
at least 100 said they were receiving job offers while already being on the job, with 35% planning to hop companies
within the coming year.
However, the demand is not just for any IT professional, rather Linux-savvy administrators. The reason behind this is
that with the introduction of the Cloud Linux and the widespread use of Linux from mobile phones to large enterprises,
it was only inevitable that all these systems would need people to manage them. To get on the bandwagon, you need to
have at least a few skills related to Linux, 10 of which are listed below. It should be mentioned that these requirements
are the most common among hiring managers, and most companies around the world more or less requires the same
list of qualifications before you can apply.
The 10 important skills that Linux administrators must possess are:
1. While specific knowledge is a boon, most hiring managers require that you possess basic knowledge about all
aspects of Linux. For example, a little knowledge about Solaris, BSD, nginx or various flavors of Linux never hurt
anyone!
2. Knowledge in at least one of the upper tier scripting language is a must. You have options before you, for instance,
Python, Perl, Ruby or more, but you need to make yourself proficient in at least one of them.
3. Experience is welcome, but you at least need to have some hands-on experience of system management, system
setup and managing Linux or Solaris based servers as well as configuring them.
4. Knowledge in shell programming and architecture is valued very much in the job market. If you know Buorne or Korn
well, you can even score a high-paying salary with minimal experience.
5. Storage technologies like FC, NFS or iSCSI is great, while knowledge regarding backup technologies is a must for a
system administrator.
6. Knowledge in testing methodologies like Subversion or Git is definitely a plus, while knowledge of version control is
also an advantage.
7. You need to know the basics of configuration management tools like Puppet and Chef to present yourself with
confidence in front of the interviewer.
8. Skills with system and application monitoring tools like SNMP or Nagios are also important, as they show your ability
as an administrator in a team setting.
9. Knowing how to operate virtualized VMWare server is also a great skill to boast in your resume.
10. And last but not least, an ITIL Foundation certification will all but secure your employment in any company looking
for a capable and qualified Linux system administrator.

Top 10 Job Interview Questions and Best Answers


1. Tell me about yourself. ...
2. Why should we hire you? ...
I’m very interested in expanding my knowledge and being part of an awesome team. Helping companies
develop and moving things in the right direction has always been a passion of mine. I bring a smile, motivation,
and positive energy everywhere I go, and the workplace is no exception
3. What is your greatest strength? ...
4. What is your greatest weakness? ...
5. Why are you leaving or why have you left your job? ...
6. What are your salary expectations? ...
7. Why do you want this job? ...
8. How do you handle stress and pressure?
9. What are your goals for the future?
RFC:
1- Reasons of change : Note and explain the reason of change and it should be out of business hours
2- Action plan : contain all information about the change,
3- Impact and benefit ( gain)
4- Working in collaboration with teams such as Security team, system engineer, bluecoat ( proxy)
5- Roll Plan
6- Validation of Change ( Meeting for change)
7- Service Desk Informed ( There are down server, switch, )
8- Test and Validation that’s everything is working fine after change, we should have one OPS teams, to test tools
( web access, phone are connected and he’s able to receive and made on outbound calls,
9- Sending an email to inform about the change has been successfully completed.
Microsoft System Administrator – SCCM :

 Build and deploy a SCCM distribution point


 Create machine catalogs
 Create software packages, task sequences, OSDs, and patch management for deployment through SCCM
 Create reports in SCCM utilizing native tools
 Troubleshooting connectivity and deployment issues with end-user devices and distribution points
 Writing PowerShell scripts
 Serving as the SCCM SME on projects
 Assisting the service desk with resolution of in-depth end user issues
 Staying up to date on the evolving functionality of SCCM and working with IT stakeholders to implement new
features as they become available