Threat Analyst, Cyber Espionage, Mandiant
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Remote location: United States.
- 2 years of experience leading investigations into and generating novel leads on espionage activity.
- Experience writing and presenting on various topics and assessments for an audience with mixed backgrounds.
- Experience correlating and attributing malicious activity based on technical and geopolitical factors.
- Experience tracking adversaries via network infrastructure and malicious artifacts.
- Experience with technical analysis, including the creation of file, host, and network signatures leveraging multiple malware and network detection platforms, static and dynamic malware analysis, host forensics, or other technical topics.
- Experience identifying and prioritizing cyber threats for investigation.
- Experience mentoring and supervising analysts.
- Experience developing tools to uncover targeted activity leveraging large data sets.
- Understanding of the geopolitical drivers of cyber espionage, with a focus in a particular region.
- Understanding of attacker methodology and methodologies used to search for adversarial activity.
About the job
Mandiant is a recognized leader in dynamic cyber defense, threat intelligence and incident response services. By scaling decades of frontline experience, Mandiant helps organizations to be confident in their readiness to defend against and respond to cyber threats. Mandiant is now part of Google Cloud.
Google Cloud accelerates organizations’ ability to digitally transform their business with the best infrastructure, platform, industry solutions and expertise. We deliver enterprise-grade solutions that leverage Google’s cutting-edge technology – all on the cleanest cloud in the industry. Customers in more than 200 countries and territories turn to Google Cloud as their trusted partner to enable growth and solve their most critical business problems.
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- Conduct and lead comprehensive research into the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) and motivation of state sponsored espionage campaigns and actors.
- Prioritize research according to customer priorities and requests.
- Produce and review written reporting on state sponsored espionage.
- Conduct high-profile briefings to inform and present Mandiant’s findings to our customers and stakeholders.
- Maintain awareness of geopolitical trends affecting the cyber threat landscape, including cyber operations and missions, vulnerabilities, malware development, third-party risk, geopolitics, and significant global events.
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