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Cyber Threat Detection Analyst (Top Secret Clearance)
Company CIS
Location Arlington, VA
Preferred GIAC Certifications GCIH
Travel 0%
Salary 100000
URL https://careers-cisecurity.icims.com/jobs/1294/cyber-network-threat-detection-analyst-%28it-security%29/job
Contact Name CIS
Contact Email scott.kattrein/at/cisecurity.org
Expires 2021-03-30

Job Description

The primary purpose of this Network Threat Detection Analyst position is to be a subject matter expert in network detection and threat analysis while working as a member of the CIS Security Operations Center (SOC) to help respond to cyber incidents impacting State, Local, Tribal and Territorial (SLTT) governments in conjunction with CISA’s Cybersecurity Division (CSD) teams. This position is employed by the Center for Internet Security, and will be located with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) in Arlington, VA. Reporting to the LNO Manager, the Threat Detection Analyst will partner with CISA’s network detection team and will work to promote the CIS mission to expand and normalize information-sharing initiatives within CISA’s CSD.

What You'll Do
Provide comprehensive review of security events affecting SLTT governments through methods including network and host-based analysis of security log data and threat and vulnerability analysis
Perform and communicate analysis of Netflow data, Packet Capture (PCAP) data, Suricata and Snort alerts, Passive DNS data, Host-Based Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) data, Malicious Domain Blocking data, and other shared data.

Review information from investigations and coordinate with fellow analysts to document information security issues and emerging trends
Liaise between CISA and Center for Internet Security to ensure a joint posture through shared threat intelligence
Provide Incident Response (IR) support when analysis confirms actionable incident
Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned
What You'll Need
Bachelor's degree in Cybersecurity, Digital Forensics, Computer Science a related field*
3+ years’ experience as cyber threat analyst, SOC analyst, or similar role
Knowledge of TCP/IP Protocols, network analysis, and network/security applications
Advanced experience in one or more of the following areas:
Incident response protocols, processes, and techniques
Network and host-based security event analysis
System and application security threats and vulnerabilities
Adversarial tactics, techniques, and procedures
Various host and network-based security controls
Strong time management, communication, attention to detail, and professional and interpersonal skills
Working knowledge of databases and database querying languages
Must have a Top Secret Security Clearance and be eligible to be granted SCI Suitability
The position is open to U.S. citizens and requires a favorably adjudicated DHS Fitness Review for Public Trust Positions**
Must be authorized to work in the United States
It's a Plus if You Have:

Advanced experience in writing and deploying signatures for network defense devices (Suricata, Snort, etc.)
Experience preparing and delivering technical presentations and reports
Experience in handling Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) related security incidents
Certifications in related areas (GREM, GCIA, GPEN, GCIH, Network+, Security+, etc.)
*Additional years of relevant experience or a combination of an Associate’s degree or equivalent and relevant experience may be substituted for the Bachelor’s degree.



**Factors that may cause a negative Fitness Review decision include:

Criminal Conduct
Dishonest Conduct
Employment Misconduct
Alcohol Abuse
Drug Use (illegal drug use or use of a legal drug in a manner that deviates from approved medical direction) Additionally, illegal drug use includes the use of drugs that are illegal for federal purposes despite being legal in select states and countries, such as marijuana.)
False Statements
Financial Issues
Have not resided in the US for three (3) of the past five (5) years