|Date Posted||February 10, 2019|
Title: Cyber Security Fraud Investigative Analyst
Position Type: Direct Hire
Location: Denver, CO
Cyber Security Fraud Investigative Analyst
Security is foundational to our client and they are growing their Information Security Team. We are looking for multi-talented Cyber Security Investigative Analysts. We are a fast paced energetic team dedicated to making our enterprise more secure. So if you have at least 2-5 years cyber fraud investigative experience, are an exceptional team player have great Franken-skills; come join our industry leading, global organization.
Job Profile Summary
This dynamic role requires broad understanding of cyber security principles, investigation techniques, and incident response practices to support the Information Security Office’s cyber incident and fraud response investigations. Responsible for delivering new technologies to support the strategies of the business. These technologies are delivered as a part of a technology strategy and roadmap that is developed based on a comprehensive analysis of capabilities and needs. Participates in and provides leadership for small project to delivery teams as these new technologies are introduced to the business.
- Reviewing and analyzing forensic data related to fraud and potential fraud events
- Correlating log, paper, process and event data to find relevant connections and to broaden understanding of fraud events as well as other cyber security, network and process events
- Lead cross functional cyber security and fraud incident response events and teams.
- Threat intelligence correlation to reveal and enrich understanding of threat vectors, attack processes, fraud actors, and malicious cyber behavior.
- Conduct open-source threat research and analysis, including mining dark and deep web sources
- Participating in usage and deployment of fraud and case management technologies
- Development and distribution of root cause analyses; to gain shared understanding and agreement on attack, containment and remediative steps, process changes and technical control implementation
- Facilitating, documenting, and implementing anti-fraud controls, standards and guidelines as required
- Working with business leaders and client management organizations to explain and level set fraud event issues and concepts