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Open Position: Cyber Threat Intelligence Fusion Analyst

Cyber Threat Intelligence Fusion Analyst

Key Role:

Work with a dynamic, fast-paced group of people working to anticipate, predict, and respond to Cyber-attacks. Comprehend all aspects of Cybersecurity and apply technical Cyber threat intelligence expertise to quickly identify gaps in organizational communications, processes, and training. Monitor Open Source information feeds and threat actor activity to identify activity levels and indicators for Cyber threats and Cyber-attacks. Mine open data sources to identify potential Cyber threats, targets of interest, and timeframes for attack. Analyze and research known indicators, correlate events, identify malicious activity, and discover new sources to provide early warning related to a variety of Cyber threats. Work closely with threat analysts, incident responders, and others to publish tactical, operational, and strategic client products and public blog posts. Research reports and work as part of a team to research Cyber-attack and intrusion vectors, malware, and advanced adversaries. This position requires some ability to travel and is based in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Basic Qualifications:

-3+ years of experience with conducting threat research focused on nation state, criminal, or other malicious Cyber activities

-Experience with the technical capabilities and limitations of the Internet and online technologies, including social networking sites, blogs and microblogs, Internet mapping tools, and other collaborative Internet tools

-Experience with computer network protocols and operations, including Linux

-Experience with data analysis and analytical software and systems

-Knowledge of cultural, linguistic, and other behavioral aspects of threat actor capabilities and intent

-Knowledge of Cyber intrusion vectors, malware, networking, and monitoring

-Knowledge of threat intelligence tradecraft, structured analytic, contrarian, and imaginative analytic techniques

-Ability to write concise analytical products and assessments

-BA or BS degree

-Applicants must have a current TS/SCI Clearance

(Clearances that are recently expired may be considered)

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience with the intelligence community or other national security-related areas

-Experience with the use of industry-standard digital forensics tools and procedures

-Experience with computer programming languages, including PhP, Python, SQL, C++, Perl, Java, or other associated languages

-Experience with SIEM tools, including Splunk, QRadar, and ArcSight

-Experience with penetration testing

-Ability to display Arabic, Farsi, Chinese, Russian, or Turkish language expertise

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