Job Opportunity: Threat Intelligence Analyst
||Hi-Tech, Technology & IT
Threat Intelligence Analyst
Duties & Responsibilities
The DIR analyst will be working with host country government investigative teams
The DIR analyst is also responsible for researching local matters – such as unique APT activity or cyber crimes in certain countries.
The DIR analyst will be expected to interface with government agencies, law enforcement, ISPs, CERTs, universities and other research groups for research, disclosure, and knowledge sharing.
This role will best suit people with a passion for indepth APT, cybercrime, and targeted attack investigations.
A similar interest in the future of technology and the Internet is also a plus.
The possibility for the analyst to represent the Company in external conferences, either as an attendee or as a speaker.
As the team is globally distributed the successful candidate must be willing to travel regularly for global meetings and conferences.
Bachelor’s degree or Higher strongly preferred, or strong self taught and proven skillset.
Proven background in the Cyber Threat Intelligence field (military, government, commercial sectors, etc.)
Proven background in cyber investigations and methodologies (intelligence, incident response, SOC, etc.)
In-depth knowledge of the current Threat Landscape and Criminal Underground with a special focus on attacks active within Middle East region
In-depth knowledge in threat detection and mitigation technologies
Strong understanding of Mitre ATT&CK, Diamond model, kill chain, etc.
Strong understanding of OS, network, and hardware concepts
Ability to write formal analytical reports and present findings to both technical and senior leaders
Experience performing malware analysis
Experience in writing Yara Rules
Experience in working with various OSINT resources such as WhoIs, pDNS, VirusTotal
Experience in working with large data sets and analytics platforms such as Splunk or Elasticsearch
Intelligence and Research oriented mindset
Ability to take large amounts of data, from multiple sources, conduct analysis, and provide findings in a logical manner
Flexibility – investigations and priorities can change rapidly as events unfold
Able to work in a diverse multi-cultural group
Self-motivated and able to work unsupervised
Very good communication skills
Must be fluent in Hebrew and English, both spoken and written
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