IT - Information Technology
Estimated Travel Percentage (%): Up to 25%
Relocation Provided: Yes
AIG Employee Services, Inc.
The gCDC is AIG's world-class cybersecurity operations center. Our team is made up of cybersecurity professionals from both the public and private sectors with first-hand experience preventing and remediating high-profile cyber threats. The gCDC works to reduce cyber risk and keep safe AIG's information and data assets by:
Rapidly detecting, responding to, and containing security incidents;
Communicating cyber threat intelligence to relevant stakeholders;
Analyzing incident metrics;
Identifying at-risk data; and
Supporting the notification of compromised data.
60% data management, 40% cyber threat intelligence analysis
Analyze performance metrics and recommend organizational and process changes to improve efficiency of the Security Operations Center (SOC)
Directly support the gCDC Data Analytics & Reporting manager in the development, enhancement and maintenance of AIG cyber threat incident datasets for multiple geographies and business lines
Communicate threat intelligence information to business executives by understanding technical detail, and translating to reflect business impact
Brief AIG business leaders on cyber threat intelligence data affecting the firm, and the industry more broadly.
Directly support development, production, and dissemination of finished intelligence related to threats, policy analysis, and industry trends
Evaluate datasets and final metrics reports for consistency, completeness and statistical accuracy.
Communicate clearlyin written and oral formwith peers, partners, and business leaders.
Interact with customers and other teams to obtain data requirements for new and existing applications.
Audit data on a regular basis and ensure data integrity.
Manage a regular report running schedule and process.
Maintain process improvements for data management activities.
Perform data analysis using statistical tools.
Generate data reports on periodic basis for business leaders.
Identify and correct data entry errors.
Address any issues, questions and problems in accurate and timely manner.
Create a database for storing data dictionaries and troubleshooting problems.
Minimum of three (3) years of experience with security monitoring, event and anomaly analysis, and incident response or malware analysis.
Formal Education & Certification
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Information Systems, or Software Engineering preferred, or relevant military, intelligence, or law enforcement experience.
Preferred Certifications: GIAC Certified Intrusion Analyst (GCIA), GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH)
NOTE: An equivalent combination of experience, education and/or training may be substituted for the listed minimum requirements.
Occasional travel may be required, but less than 10% of the time. Analyst will be required to be on call.
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