CNDA 2 (Computer Network Defense Analyst) (TS/SCI/Polygraph)
Are you looking to elevate your cyber career? Your technical skills? Your opportunity for growth? Deloitte’s Government and Public Services Cyber Practice (GPS Cyber Practice) is the place for you! Our GPS Cyber Practice helps organizations create a cyber minded culture and become stronger, faster, and more innovative. You will become part of a team that advises, implements, and manages solutions across five verticals: Strategy, Defense and Response; Identity; Infrastructure; Data; and Application Security. Our dynamic team offers opportunities to work with cutting-edge cyber security tools and grow both vertically and horizontally at an accelerated rate. Join our cyber team and elevate your career.
Deloitte’s Government and Public Services (GPS) practice – our people, ideas, technology and outcomes—is designed for impact. Serving federal, state, & local government clients as well as public higher education institutions, our team of more than 15,000 professionals brings fresh perspective to help clients anticipate disruption, reimagine the possible, and fulfill their mission promise.
At Deloitte, we believe cyber is about starting things—not stopping them—and enabling the freedom to create a more secure future. Cyber Strategy, Defense and Response (SDR) focuses on helping federal clients design and implement transformational enterprise security programs with an emphasis on defending against, recovering from, and mitigating major cyberattacks. If you’re seeking a career that increases cyber awareness, utilizes risk management programs, and develops strategies for cyber defense and response, then the Cyber SDR offering at Deloitte is for you.
Work you’ll do
- Employ your innate curiosity and analytical talent to form hypotheses, critically assess and choose analysis techniques, then query, merge, enrich, evaluate, and pivot within data to attain and share insights
- Profile targets and activities, ensure target continuity, and pioneer procedures to gather additional evidence
- Work within a team to collaborate with military, government, and contractor personnel to foster shared understanding of intelligence needs, mission relevance, and areas of expertise
- Categorize intelligence gaps to modify current collection or allow new collection to close the gaps
- Use information collected from a variety of computer network defense resources (including, but not limited to, intrusion detection system alerts, firewall and network traffic logs, and host system logs) to identify, analyze, and report events
- Provide context, documentation and dissemination of findings--including any new tradecraft that you develop--with teammates, stakeholders, and intelligence consumers
- Apply your knowledge and understanding of IC needs and missions
- Active TS/SCI with Polygraph security clearance required
- A combination of years of experience and education that meets the following:
- Associate's degree + 7 years of experience
- Bachelor's degree + 5 years of experience
- Master's degree + 3 years of experience
- PhD + 2 years of experience
- Relevant experience must be in computer or information systems design/development/analysis, and experience within the following other skilled areas: engineering hardware and/or software, programming, computer/network security, vulnerability analysis, penetration testing, computer forensics, information assurance, systems engineering, and/or network and systems administration.
- Experience with aspects of Intelligence Analysis (e.g., target development, social network analysis, metadata analysis, knowledge of customer tool sets and databases).
- In some cases, foreign language proficiency may also be used to satisfy experience requirements.
- Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future
- Travel up to 20%
- Prior professional services or federal consulting experience
- Certifications: CEH, SEC+ or similar certifications
- Completion of military training in a relevant area such as JCAC (Joint Cyber Analysis Course) will be considered towards the relevant experience requirement (i.e., 24-week JCAC course will count as 6 months of experience).
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