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QRadar Skills Assessment Test
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QRadar Skills Assessment Test

The iMocha skills test assesses an individual's practical skills in network activity monitoring, threat identification, data management, and report generation. With real-time testing and proctoring, companies can reduce hiring time by up to 45% while receiving detailed performance reports promptly.

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QRadar Skills Assessment Test

It is a network security platform by IBM that allows organizations to create situational awareness for their networks for security and compliance.

By having experts at your organization, you can leverage this tool to detect network security threats across the enterprise and prioritize their resolution using the insights the platform provides.

Why use iMocha’s QRadar skills test?

Our skills test allows you to assess candidates' and employees' skills in flow-based network knowledge, security event correlation, and vulnerability assessments to facilitate secure organizational networks that enable enterprises to function optimally.

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How it works

Test Summary

The test helps assess the proficiency and knowledge of your talent for the following skillsets:

  • SIEM principles: Familiarity with multisource data aggregation, identification of deviations, and correlation of network security-based data.
  • Threats and vulnerabilities: Investigating event data, identification and tuning of false positives, identification of offenses, etc.
  • Familiarity with network security: Knowledge of technologies, protocols, regulations, firewalls, breach detection, prevention, and working with VPNs.
  • Working with custom rules, anomaly detection rules, creation of rules, etc.
Useful for hiring
  • SIEM Engineer
  • Security Analyst
  • Cybersecurity Specialist
  • Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst
  • Security Engineer
  • Information Security Manager
  • Incident Response Analyst
  • Threat Hunter
  • Security Consultant
  • Network Security Engineer
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You can customize this test by

Setting the difficulty level of the test

Choose easy, medium, or tricky questions from our skill libraries to assess candidates of different experience levels.

Combining multiple skills into one test

Add multiple skills in a single test to create an effective assessment and assess multiple skills together.

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Add, edit, or bulk upload your coding, MCQ, and whiteboard questions.

Requesting a tailor-made test

Receive a tailored assessment created by our subject matter experts to ensure adequate screening.
How is the QRadar skills test customized?
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The Skills Assessment test can be easily customized to include pre-defined modules related to IBM WebSphere, IBM Rational, and IBM MainFrame for a more comprehensive assessment.

Employers can adjust the difficulty levels from easy to extremely challenging or build a custom test of MCQs, scenario-related questions, coding questions, and more. This ensures that the test is built specifically for a particular requirement and job role, making it highly efficient and effective.

What are the most common interview questions related to QRadar?
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Some of the most popular interview questions for this role are:

  • What is NetFlow?
  • Tell us about the encryption process.
  • What is a Reference Set?
  • What do you mean by Index Management?
  • Tell us about Offenses and Assets.
  • What are the various types of user authentication?
  • Do you know what a QRadar QFlow Collector is?
What are the skillsets required to work on in this domain?
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The candidates who apply for network-based job roles must possess the following skillsets:

Hard Skills

  • Knowledge of design and deployment of SIEM platforms.
  • Knowledge of patching and upgrading SIEM platforms or agents.
  • Creation of network hierarchies.
  • Building blocks.
  • Working with network logs, properties, and activities.
  • Data collection, analysis, and reporting.

Soft Skills

  • Problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Positive work culture inclination.