|Published||November 28, 2022|
Cybersecurity Operations team within JPMC's Cybersecurity and Technology Control (CTC) organization is formalizing and expanding firm's capability to perform Security Controls Testing and it's Continuous Validation through customized Security Instrumentation Platform (SIP) infrastructure. The aim of this global team is to enable the firm to safely run a library of directed, scripted attacks against mock JPMC infrastructure within our Production environment to objectively test the true response of our security controls on a regular basis. This is a service primarily provided to Control Owners (Product) and other teams within Cybersecurity Operations such as Attack Analysis (SOC) and Attack Simulation (Red Team and Pen Team) to test execution of threat behavior(s) in a closed loop system. This allows the customers to observe the reaction of various controls and examine the evidence that a specific type of attack leaves - this helps support regulatory validation requirements in addition to threat hunting use cases and identification of visibility gaps.
Role Name :
Security Instrumentation Platform (SIP) Action Writer
As a member of AD&PT - Attack Designing and Purple Teaming, you are expected to:
Analyze control gaps using various data elements from a library of control objectives and procedures, threat behavior and likelihood, prevention and detection policies, and security log data feeds; to help CTC prioritize and define security control testing use cases
Leverage security product owners, engineering, operations, compliance and threat intelligence teams to identify and design appropriate threat/risk based behaviors to evaluate security controls
Write and execute threat behaviors (actions) on the Security Instrumentation Platform (SIP) to emulate specific tactics and techniques
Document results in a standard format and provide out-brief on the Security assessment to leadership and technical teams across CTC and wider GT organizations
Make use of agile methodology and continuous process improvement to manage and excel in day-to-day tasks
This role requires a wide variety of strengths and capabilities, including but not limited to:
Excellent command of cybersecurity organization practices, operations risk management processes, principles, architectural requirements, engineering threats and vulnerabilities, including incident response methodologies
Excellent documentation and communication skills, with an ability to clearly articulate complex layered security controls and recommendation to senior management
Ability to identify attacks through log analysis and replay or recreate network & endpoint attacks, as they relate to threats and vulnerabilities with a focus on recommendations for enhancements or remediation.
Ability to collaborate with high-performing Agile teams and individuals throughout the firm to accomplish goals; including various Cybersecurity Operations teams and Security Control Owners
Strong understanding of the following: networking fundamentals (all OSI layers, protocols), Windows/Linux/Unix/Mac operating systems, Cloud architecture, Email security, OS & software exploitation techniques, commercial or open-source offensive security tools for reconnaissance, scanning, exploitation & post exploitation, and familiarity with interpreting log output from networking devices, operating systems & infrastructure services
Good knowledge of: penetration testing, scripting, computer network defense, operating systems, information systems, and network security & infrastructure design
Preferred certifications : CISSP, SANS (GCIA, GCIH, GPEN, GCDA, GDAT), Offensive Security (OSCP, OSCE)
Demonstrated technical information security experience in an enterprise environment from one (preferably multiple) of the following backgrounds:
Financial Sector / Banking Industry experience
Security Operations Center / Blue teaming experience
Penetration testing / Red and Purple teaming experience
Malware analysis / Computer forensics
Vulnerability Management / Security Assessments
Security Engineering / Data Analytics
Master's degree or equivalent experience
Threat-driven control assessment services provided by this team allow team members to partnership and engage with variety of stakeholders across CTC and the wider GT organization. This role requires working knowledge of multiple security tools and technologies from wide suite of JPMC's vendor and home-grown tool set. We are looking for an individual who can fit into JPMC's diverse culture and state-of-the-art Cybersecurity organization, one who is not afraid to learn new things and out of the box thinker to solve blockers; to help establish SOP's for this young control validation team.
The candidate will also need to learn the use of one or more High Security Access (HSA) systems. Users of these systems are subject to enhanced screening, which includes both criminal and credit background checks, and/or other enhanced screening at the time of accepting the position and on an annual basis thereafter. The enhanced screening will need to be successfully completed prior to commencing employment or assignment.
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