Cyber Intrusion Analyst
The Cyber Threat Analysis & Response (CTAR) organization at Pfizer delivers three core capabilities for the enterprise – Intrusion Detection & Analysis, Cybersecurity Automation, and Security Policy Architecture. CTAR is part of a broader security organization at Pfizer called Global Information Security (GIS). GIS secures Pfizer’s most important information assets through world-class controls and protections. GIS enables Pfizer’s business results by making security an enabler and not a roadblock.
The Cyber Intrusion Analyst will report into the Intrusion Detection & Analysis team and will focus on responding to network security events and building a deep understanding of cybersecurity attacks against Pfizer. The Cyber Intrusion Analyst will be expected to lead event correlation across large datasets, perform and drive complete attack lifecycle analysis, develop remediation plans, implement proactive and reactive countermeasures, and create innovative solutions to the security issues that face the Pfizer environment.
A demonstrated aptitude to rapidly apply expertise in a complex business and technical environment with previous experience in investigations, analysis, and incident response. Strong business communication and project management skills are required to maintain effective internal and customer relationships.
Leveraging security data from cybersecurity sensors (IDS, routers, SIEM, firewalls, hosts) and external sources (Industry portals, threat intel feeds, etc.) to identify high priority alerts and perform attack life-cycle analysis to develop/implement proactive mitigations.
Investigate cybersecurity incidents to be able to determine impact, understanding of threat, and recommended mitigation/remediation
Forensic analysis; analysis of compromised machines and analysis of network traffic and log data.
Signature/alert development to help catch threats to Pfizer’s computers and network (e.g. Yara, SNORT, etc)
Commitment to training, self-study and maintaining proficiency in the technical cyber security domain.
The analyst must be able to work well with a team, including cross-unit and cross-divisional teams, and must be able to maintain poise and composure in difficult situations, with a professional attitude at all times.
BS in Computer Sciences, Information Security, Information Systems, Engineering, Sciences or equivalent years of experience.
2+ years of relevant work experience
Entry level understanding of TCP/IP, common networking ports and protocols, traffic flow, system administration, OSI model, defense-in-depth and common security elements.
Entry level understanding of the life cycle of network threats, attacks, attack vectors and methods of exploitation with an understanding of intrusion set tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs)
Entry level knowledge of the Windows operating system, system utilities, admin functions
Participation in cyber security challenges (red team / blue team; capture the flag; etc…)
Ability to interpret log data and draw analytical conclusions
Entry experience with open source security analysis tools such as Wireshark, SNORT, Splunk, Kali Linux, Sift, REMnux etc..
Entry experience with Computer programming and scripting languages such as C, Python, Java, etc..
Ability to proactively solve complex problems both individually and as part of a team
Effective oral, written, and interpersonal communications skills are required as well as organizational, planning, and administrative abilities and the ability to coordinate multiple complex projects simultaneously.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Standard work schedule & occasional travel required (less than 5%).
Other Job Details:
Last Date to Apply for Job: October 14th 2021
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus: Yes
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