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The Cyber Intelligence Operations Analyst is responsible for the following:
The responsibilities of this role include researching and reporting on developments in the threat landscape, building network and endpoint detections, and coordinating internal teams to best defend our customers. This includes but is not limited to the following responsibilities:
- Writing, editing, and publishing technical reports
- Developing and deploying network and endpoint detections to support a Security Operations Center analysis team
- Performing data analysis to optimize SOC procedures
- Prioritize and remediate internal maintenance requests to ensure a well-run global analytics platform
- Assist in the coordination and implementation of major detection enhancements to SOC analytics
- Coordinating analysis teams to best educate on and respond to developments in the Threat Landscape
- Developing policies and procedures for handling security incidents
- Occasional weekend on-call support required
Here’s What You Need (Basic Qualifications)
- Minimum of 2 years of IT security experience – ideally focused on intrusion detection/network security monitoring and/or working with cyber threat intelligence
- Minimum of 1 year working in the information security threat landscape, including detailed technical knowledge about the most prevalent threat groups, malware, attack methods, and vulnerabilities
- Minimum of 1 year experience researching security threats and developing detection mechanisms to defend against them
- Minimum 1 year of hands-on experience with market-leading security products, including intrusion detection systems (Snort/SourceFire, IBM Proventia/ISS, McAfee IntruShield) and firewalls (CheckPoint, Cisco PIX)
Bonus Points If (Preferred Skills)
- In-depth knowledge of TCP/IP and routing, firewall technologies, information security principles and practices
- Experience working with clients, preferably in an operational environment.
- Experience researching complex technical subject matter and documenting the results/key findings
- One or more of the following certifications is desired: CISSP, GCIA, GCIH, GCFA.
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