Cyber Intelligence Analyst

Company Name:
Newberry is seeking a Cyber Intelligence Analyst with an active Secret Clearance with ability to obtain a TS/SCI. Cyber Intelligence Analyst will be a member of the Defense Industrial Base - Computer Emergency Response Team (DIBCERT) in the DoD-Defense Industrial Base Collaborative Information Sharing Environment (DCISE). This candidate will produce analytical reports for DIB Framework Agreement Partners, US Government Stakeholders, and other government partners that are responsible for providing computer network defense.
Required Skills:
Knowledge of adversary activities in cyberspace with an understanding of intrusion set tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP)
Familiarity with Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) activity
Ability to analyze, produce, and disseminate analytical cyber threat products that assist DIB Partners in identifying threats, priorities, severities, and IA risk mitigation measures.
Technical skills proficiency in one or more of the following areas: network communication using TCP/IP protocols, basic system administration, basic understanding of malware, knowledge of computer network defense operations (proxy, firewall, IDS/IPS, router/switch)
Ability to perform data analysis, aggregation, event correlation and information security threat definition
Ability to engage with cyber intelligence analyst counterparts across the US Intelligence and Law Enforcement communities
Ability to work shifts which may include weekends or non-standard work hours
Very high attention to detail
Must have a minimum of a Secret security clearance; TS/SCI is preferred
Desired Skills:
Certifications (any): CISSP, CEH, SANS, Network+, Security+, A+, CCNA
Technical Skills proficiency: encryption technologies/standards, intermediate malware analysis or digital computer forensics experience
Experience working in a Security Operations Center or Computer Network Defense organization
Experience performing intelligence analysis
The Newberry Group, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer - EEO/AA

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