DuPont Critical Threats Analyst in Wilmington, Delaware
Critical Threats Analyst (Job Number: 214327W-01)
The successful candidate will work as a part of DuPont’s Cyber Incident Response & Threat Management team, participating with security incident response team efforts, email defense and threat mitigation, end user cyber threat awareness, in-depth technical analysis of identified cyber threat activity, and conducting cyber hunting operations. The Cyber Threat Analyst will monitor and deploy real time incident response capabilities, monitor and respond to critical cyber threats, conduct digital forensics and root cause analysis, develop recommendations for security enhancements, and help drive team strategy and capabilities .
THE ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES
The Cyber Threat Analyst will recognize potential, successful, and unsuccessful intrusion attempts and compromises through both escalated security events data and incident analysis reports. They will collaborate with other security analysts to augment threat detection and analysis, while fostering a culture of teamwork within the team.
The Cyber Threat Analyst primary responsibilities will be in Email threat and Endpoint Detection & Response security tools to provide real time response, mitigation and remediation to cyber threat incidents. They will also conduct cyber threat hunts throughout the environment for new and emerging threats, develop and implement new cyber security mitigations and prevention methodologies and procedures, supporting the maturation of the company’s incident response and advanced defense
Your key responsibilities:
Monitor and deploy real time incident response capabilities
Monitor and respond to Email threat incidents
Knowledge of Information Security products and systems (EDR, IDPS, HIPS, SIEM, VA technology, etc…)
Strong process, documentation and metrics focus to optimize team performance
Knowledge and understanding of common social engineering techniques, email phishing techniques and other related email threats
Knowledge and understanding of operating system internals, network security architecture, and protocol analysis
Analyze forensic artifacts and conduct digital forensics
Willing to participate in on-call rotation for emergency cyber security situations
Creation and maintenance of tools to automate analysis and incident response tasks
Interface with common security tool developers to improve services provided
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Forensics, Cyber Security, Information Systems, or a related field equivalent experience.
3 -5 years’ experience performing incident response and digital forensics while working in a similar role
Demonstrated ability to make decisions on remediation and countermeasures for challenging information security threats
Strong understanding of incident response methodologies and technologies
Understanding of the life cycle of network threats, attacks, attack vectors, and methods of exploitation
Strong communication skills are necessary, including experience in authoring and editing technical reports and presentations
Ability to perform network and host-based forensics and log analysis
Ability to analyze captured data to perform incident response and identify potential compromises
Understanding of static and dynamic binaries analysis
Understanding of common Indicators of Compromise
One or more of the following technical certifications: GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner (GCFE), GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH), GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA), GIAC Reverse Engineering Malware (GREM), EnCE or equivalent certifications in these areas
Experience working with network and system security technology to include SIEM, data analytics platforms, endpoint tools, network technologies and appliances.
Experience working with Security Operations Automation Response (SOAR) applications
Experience in static and dynamic binaries analysis
Detailed understanding of signatures and regular expressions
Experience with a scripting language such as Perl, Python, or other scripting language in an incident handling environment
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Primary Location: NA-United States-Delaware-Wilmington
Education Level: Bachelor's Degree (±16 years)
Employee Status: Regular
Job Type: Experienced
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