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022 Computer Forensic & Intrusion Analyst (Junior) Jan 12, 2022
Linthicum, MD  
Required Skills:
• Familiarity and/or experience performing cyber threat
analysis based on Indicators of Compromise (IOCs)
• Experience performing open source analysis for cyber event
correlation, data enrichment, and threat hunting
• An understanding of Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) cyber
activity with an understanding of common intrusion set
tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs)
• Technical education (formal or informal) on network
communication, net defense, and common attack techniques
• Ability to perform data analysis, aggregation, event
• Writing ability to author various types of cyber threat
products tailored to computer network defenders
• Very high attention to detail and desire to learn and
• Demonstrated motivation to maintain awareness of current
cybersecurity and threat intelligence news and trends

Desired Skills
• Certifications: CASP, GCIA, GCIH, or GCFE
• Technical Skills Proficiency in basic malware analysis or
digital computer forensics
The DoD-Defense Industrial Base Collaborative Information
Sharing Environment (DCISE)—DCISE is the operational hub for
DoD’s Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Cybersecurity Program,
focused on protecting intellectual property and safeguarding
DoD content residing on or transiting contractor
unclassified networks. DCISE develops and shares actionable
threat products, performs cyber analysis and diagnostics,
and provides remediation consults for DIB partners. The
successful Cyber Intel Analyst candidate will support the
Analytics Division (AD). AD conducts cyber analysis on
information submitted by DIB Partners, the DoD and other
USG-related reporting to provide a complete understanding of
known or potential threats to unclassified DoD information
on or transiting DIB systems and networks. This position
supports the Tactical Operations Branch that daily functions
are related to processing of voluntary and mandatory
incident reports as well as Malware Analysis, Customer
Response Form (CRF), CRF Supplements, and Partner
Engagement. This analyst position is responsible for
processing and analyzing indicator of compromise (IOC) based
incident reports, coupled with data enrichment via OSINT,
and creating the CRF threat product for our Partners and USG

LCAT Description: Applies fundamental concepts, processes,
practices, and procedures on technical assignments. Performs
work that requires practical experience and training. Work
is performed under supervision.
Suggested Qualifications: 8 years of professional experience
without a degree; or Bachelors degree from an accredited
college in a related discipline, or equivalent
experience/combined education. Consideration should always
be given for the level of specific domain expertise.
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