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AT&T has an opening for a Cyber Fusion & Threats Analyst on the DISA GSM-O program supporting the DISA Command Center (DCC) Network Assurance embedded with DISA Headquarters, Fort Meade, MD.
- Maintain situational awareness of cyber activity by reviewing DoD, Intelligence Community and open source reporting for new vulnerabilities, malware or other threats that have the potential to impact the DoDIN
- Support mission-critical Continuity of Operations (COOP)
- Synthesize, summarize, consolidate and share potentially malicious activities on the DoDIN with DISA and mission partner organizations by creating incident reports, wiki updates, collaboration/chat tippers and notifications, DoD incident handling database queries, metrics, and trend reports
- Assist in providing threat and vulnerability analysis as well as security advisory services and recommendations
- Analyze high volumes of logs, network data (e.g. Netflow, PCAP), and other attack artifacts in support of incident investigations
- Understand the life cycle of network threats, attacks, attack vectors and methods of exploitation with an understanding of intrusion set tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs)
Top Secret/SCI security clearance (#topsecret)
- Bachelor's degree with 8 years of professional experience (related DISA experience and cyber courses/certification is accepted in lieu of a degree)
- Must have DoD-8570 IAT Level 2 baseline certification (Security+ CE or higher) at start date and be able to obtain CSSP-A certification within 180 days of start date
- Proficient understanding of Cyber Network Defense (CND) in regards to protect, detect, respond and sustain within a Computer Incident Response organization
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to clearly articulate technical and strategic level cyber matters to a variety of audiences
- Highly developed research and analytical skills to pinpoint statistically significant patterns related to cyber threats
- Understanding of TCP/IP, common networking ports and protocols, traffic flow, system administration, OSI model, defense in- depth
- Knowledgeable in Cloud security/defense
- Experience with DISA and DoD Networks
- Working knowledge of cyber operational security, log analysis, netflow analysis, incident response, malware analysis, computer forensics, and/or cyber-crime
- Advanced Certifications such as SANS GIAC/GCIA/GCIH, CISSP or CASP
- Working knowledge and proficiency utilizing Wireshark and Splunk analysis tools
AT&T will consider for employment qualified applicants in a manner consistent with the requirements of federal, state and local laws. AT&T is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and we are committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce. EOE/AA/M/F/D/V
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