Tomorrow will be my first day as a new Junior Information Security Analyst, and I'm nervous and excited at the same time.
I want to apologize if this is the wrong place to ask such questions, but I think this is the best place to find people who can aid me in this situation.
I've been through a long hiring process, 2 months, including 5 interviews, and a psychotechnic evaluation. I finally got the job.
It may be useful to add that I initially applied to the company for a position as a Junior .Net developer, but during the personal interview, conversation led to which areas are you interested in, and I mentioned Information Security, among others, as I always found that area to be extremely important and interesting.
The interview continued, and a few days after that interview, HR contacted me to offer me an interview for this position "Jr. Information Security Analyst".
During the following interviews some foundational points of Information Security were clarified and explained to me, as well as a big picture of what I will be doing.
Nonetheless, Im a bit confused yet, as I don't know what to expect from my first day at work. The company focuses in Consulting Services. And they told me that my position is client oriented. What are the most common responsibilities a Junior Analyst has? What will the company expect from me? Would you recommend any essential books/courses (aside from the company's) to help me grow in the area?