Cyber Security (East Asia) SME - TS/SCI

Arlington, VA

Cyber Security (East Asia) SME - TS/SCI

Category: Cyber Security

Main location: United States, Virginia, Arlington

Position ID: J0524-0682

Employment Type: Full Time

Position Description:

Support the protection of the United States, its critical infrastructure and its people from cyber attacks by foreign adversaries by conducting intelligence research of Advanced Persistent Threats emanating from East Asia. This is a unique and exciting role in one of the most important and fastest growing areas in cybersecurity in support of a dynamic and fast-paced government client.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

• Identifying and verifying data requirements to support comprehensive analysis and analytic functions.

• Review of vulnerability data to identify and prioritize findings and remediation efforts.

• Serving in a liaison capacity to a specific customer working group to support subject specific information sharing and mission collaboration.

• Identifying information for partner sharing, which includes evaluating customer information sensitivities and authorities.

• Collaborating with working group partners to identify information to support the customer’s mission and information needs.

• Performing open-source research to identify vulnerabilities using common vulnerability intelligence and vulnerability management applications.

• Conduct research and analysis of technical vulnerabilities including evaluating prevalence, exploitability, and cyber threat actor affiliations.

• Draft, review, and edit written products for distribution within the customer’s organization and external to customer ecosystem partners communicating vulnerability intelligence analysis and risk mitigation recommendations.

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

• 3 years minimum of experience in Vulnerability Mitigation and/or Cyber Threat experience

• Subject matter expertise in a regional cyber threat issues

• Experience related to cyber intelligence or analysis and conducting intelligence analysis in the US intelligence community or wider US Government

• Experience presenting to senior leaders on cyber threat matters

Ability to implement or evaluate intelligence against one or more of the following Federal Security or threat intelligence frameworks: FedRAMP, FISMA, RMF, DIACAP, NIST SP 800 series and NIST SP 800-53, Cyber Kill Chain, MITRE ATT&CK, or MITRE D3FEND.

Desired:

• You have one or more of the following certifications:

o CompTIA Securityo Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)

o Certified Authorization Professional (CAP)

o Cyber Threat Intelligence certifications

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Skills:

  • Ethical Hacking

  • Intelligence

  • Threat Risk Assessment

What you can expect from us:

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