As a Cyber Intelligence Analyst, identify and apply data and technical analysis regarding actionable Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) catered to state, county, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) governments.  Work in the State of Maine’s only DHS-sponsored fusion center in a team environment to develop tactical, operational, and strategic intelligence.  This position may involve essential duties and responsibilities that must continue during crisis situations and contingency operations, necessitating extended working hours.  This is a new position in the fusion center and you will be required to help build some foundational aspects of a strategic cyber security program.

1+ year contract

There is no remote aspect to this role.  It is open to US citizens and GC holders only who can be onsite in Augusta, Maine.  C2C workers are not eligible for this role.

Responsibilities of the Cyber Intelligence Analyst

  • Piece together disparate bits of information to form integrated views on issues of national security and public safety. Strategic analysis provides an overall picture of the intent and capabilities of malicious cyber actors, tools, and tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs)
  • Focus on identifying trends, patterns, and emerging risks and threats, and provide senior leaders in local organizations with cyber intelligence that furthers their critical understanding of the cyber threat environment
  • Gather, analyze, correlate, and evaluate cyber threat information from a variety of cyber resources to develop finished intelligence for distribution and tactical planning in support of criminal investigations, homeland security matters, and other public safety issues.
  • Prepare written reports, oral briefings, presentations and finished products pertaining to tactical, operational, and/or strategic intelligence to provide cyber information to federal, State, county and local agencies and officials.
  • Coordinate and facilitate information sharing on cyber threats such as indicators associated with a new threat actor or a new pattern of activity detected elsewhere and likely to spread into the local area of responsibility (AOR).

Minimum Qualifications of the Cyber Intelligence Analyst

  • A Bachelor’s degree or higher in Cybersecurity with a specific emphasis on Homeland Security Criminal Justice, Intelligence, or a related field; Homeland Security strategy preferred.   A Master’s or graduate degree is preferred
  • 3-5 years’ experience in an analytical role of either network forensics analysis or cyber threat mitigation intelligence analyst threat analyst
  • Experience in investigative or incident response environments
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills and ability to work in a team and task force environment
  • Strong computer application skills
  • Must be capable of obtaining and maintaining a secret clearance through the Department of Homeland Security

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