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Network & Security Administrator — Atlanta

Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP is currently seeking a Network & Security Administrator to join our IT Department in our Atlanta office.  The Network & Security Administrator reports to the IT Infrastructure & Security Manager and works closely with him/her to ensure the delivery of a robust and secure enterprise infrastructure to support the firm's business objectives and strategy, and provide excellent service to the firm's lawyers, support staff and clients. The Network & Security Administrator is responsible for the daily review and the corresponding appropriate alerting and action regarding all firm related network and security monitoring and administration tools. The Network & Security Administrator is expected to develop and present to the CIO, IT Director and IT Infrastructure & Security Manager standard findings and performance reports on the firm’s network and security solutions.  The Network & Security Administrator will also assist with various projects, rollouts and deployments of network and security hardware, software, processes and policies.


  • Provide first level compliance monitoring and investigations.
  • Assist with forensics analysis and fact gathering.
  • Assist with vulnerability assessments and penetration testing for specific applications, services, networks, and servers as required.
  • Assist with applications/tools including but not limited to SIEM, IPS/IDS, e-mail gateway protection, and DLP tools.
  • Perform compliance audits against institutionally accepted security controls.
  • Record and track IT security incidents, including but not limited to compromised accounts, e-mail threats, and abuse reports from various sources.
  • Reviewing technical scans and communicating findings back to the team
  • Provide product security advisory services support by recommending improvements in information security systems, procedures and processes based on industry best practices and innovative thinking
  • Monitor for security incidents and participate in incident response teams to contain, investigate, and prevent future information security incidents
  • Understand current and emerging security threats
  • Stay abreast of new security technologies
  • Arrange and install network hardware and software as directed
  • Screen network performance and report findings
  • Give network status reports department leadership
  • Undertake limited network administration.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Required: bachelor's degree in Information Technology or a related discipline or equivalent from an accredited college or university (or an equivalent combination of education and experience).
  • Superior oral and written communication skills with both senior management and IT team members.
  • Ability to handle multiple deadlines, set priorities and complete projects and tasks on time and within budget, and the ability to communicate to the CIO, IT Director, IT Infrastructure & Security Manager and other team members status of projects at all times.
  • Must be self-driven, self-motivated, results-oriented, customer service-oriented, while being an effective team player.

All employees are required to comply with MMM’s information privacy and security requirements including its acceptable use policy. Such requirements are dictated by laws and regulations, by professional standards and by the marketplace and are directly applicable to MMM as well as to MMM through its clients.

The Firm offers a very competitive salary and benefits package, including medical, dental, 401(k), and PTO.  A background check will be completed on final applicants to whom an offer is made.

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