GCS is seeking Sr level Intel Analyst to serve as the STRATEGIC Cyber Threat/Intel Analyst focal point for all Computer Network Operations stakeholders, in the CENTCOM AOR. Engage with relevant Intel agencies to continually monitor, analyze and address Cyber/PMESII threats as it relates to networks/systems, DoDIN communications and DoD operations within the AOR.
The Analyst shall perform duties as a Cyberspace All-Source Intelligence Analyst (ASIA), applying information from multi-intelligence discipline fields, including SIGINT, HIMINT, OSINT, and GEOINT, lines of intelligence reporting, and other non- intelligence products to develop fused reporting and/or finished Intelligence products, to provide predictive warning, threat analysis, and course of action recommendations, in support of current and long-term DoD operations, network defense/defensive information operations, network security engineering and collaboration with the defensive cyberspace operations community of interest. The candidate will work under the immediate supervision of a military shift leader or other contract personnel designated by the PM.
Provide expert IA-CND assessments, advice, situational awareness and expertise to the customer in support of operational impact assessments of events, incident handling, course of action development and related IA-CND response actions at the Tier 1 and Tier 2
Use All Source/OSINT analytic techniques to produce finished intelligence products
Apply analytical trade craft and evaluative techniques to address information gaps.
Monitors local/regional print media sources, radio, television and satellite transmissions, and provides assessments of intelligence impacts. Conduct open-source searches of geographic and topical interest for inclusion in OSINT reports and products. Provides specialized analytical products.
Analyze and assess the dynamics of foreign military and regime leadership, foreign political and military strategy, terrorism, strategic doctrine, regional relations, internal and regional stability, and security.
Provide input to multiple Government requirements and objectives, assists with the analysis and production of various intelligence products specifically focused on the mission set, and supplies analytical support for senior Military leaders.
Attend meetings/briefings and conduct comprehensive research on complex topics independently or as a part of a larger analytical effort focusing concurrent events and long-term trends that could impact the supported unit’s mission.
Conduct intelligence research, analysis and assessments through the use of intelligence and law enforcement community products, databases, websites, and commercial/open source tools.
Fuse, correlate, and analyze information and intelligence to provide indications and warnings of pending, possible or actual attacks or compromises of the DOD GIG or network/s, network devices and/or systems within the CENTCOM AOR or activity that may have an impact on the DoDIN or DoD operations.
Produce intelligence reports, products and/or recommendations to support situational awareness, planning, network, systems and security configurations and infrastructure engineering, incident response actions and DOD operations.
Disseminate information and intelligence to decision makers, the communities of defensive cyber operations, cyber-security, NETOPS, and information operations, in order to assist in planning, operations, and intelligence activities.
Manage and respond to requests for information from decision makers, and senior leaders to provide actionable information/intelligence and finished intelligence products to support their planning and operations.
Degree or equivalent experience
Bachelor's degree in a related field and 5 years of specialized Cyber Intelligence analytic experience and 2 years all-source or OSINT experience. Two years of total Cyber Intel working experience must be in a DOD/LE environment with the ability to translate traditional Intelligence reporting into cyber threat alerting OR, 8 years of specialized Cyber Intelligence experience and 3 years All-Source or OSINT professional experience with appropriate military or civilian training in the intelligence analysis field. Two years of total Cyber Intel working experience must be in a DOD/LE environment with the ability to translate traditional Intelligence reporting into cyber threat alerting.
Must be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the intelligence cycle and architecture, to include planning, collection, research, analysis, and production.
Must possess strong analytical skills using various traditional Intelligence analytic methodologies.
Utilize a variety of analytic tools to include but not limited to: DSGS-A, Palantir, TAC, M3, RMT.
Experience with open source research capabilities regarding Cyberspace/PMESII threat information.
Knowledge of classified intelligence community reporting databases and interfaces.
Knowledge of DoD network defense and incident reporting databases and interfaces.
Be able to pass DoD and civilian training and certification programs and maintain certifications in accordance with documented Intelligence and 8570 DoD guidelines and policies.
Possess and continually maintain deep working knowledge of cyber threat intelligence, actors, malware, tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), malware, various security methodologies and processes, as well as working knowledge of tradecraft.
Excellent verbal, written, presentation communication skills including the ability to clearly articulate technical and strategic level cyber matters to a variety of audiences, in person or via phone/VTC.
The successful candidate will possess the personality traits, work habits, communication, and social skills necessary to work effectively on a small G2 team within an environment that is both dynamic and high tempo. This person will have exemplary personal and professional integrity, demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and the motivation to go the extra mile. In addition, the qualified candidate will have a strong desire to ensure the success of the DoD mission and Raytheon's vision of excellence.
Experience providing tactical and strategic real world cyber intelligence support to Command leadership using Computer Network Defense mission analysis in conjunction with All-Source Intelligence and open-source feeds to provide actionable output.
Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills
Familiarity with host forensics
Skill and experience conducting analysis using 2 of the following technologies: Palantir or DSGS-A, TAC, M3, RMT
Security+ or ISC2 SCCP (CISSP Preferred)
CCNA Security, MCSA or Linux+ w/emphasis on security
Any one or more of the following: GCIA, GCIH, GPEN, CEH, ECSA (pen-testing preferred)
Must possess a solid understanding of LAN/WAN routing protocols, LAN switch technologies, firewalls, network/systems and security infrastructures
Must meet overseas medical deployment qualifications.
Ability to maintain high quality work to manage multiple critical projects.
Must possess and be able to maintain an active DOD TS clearance with full SCI eligibility.
DESIRED ADDITIONAL SKILLS
Advanced ArcSite event analysis experience
Advanced Excel VBA Scripting applied to log analysis, with emphasis on ArcSite
GPEN and GCIH
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