JPMorgan Chase Senior Strategic Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst in New York, New York
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.6 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase & Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase & Co. is available at http://www.jpmorganchase.com/ .
The Cybersecurity organization within JPMorgan Chase & Co. provides security services to all lines of business (LOB) across JPMC. The objective of Cybersecurity is to balance both business alignment and the centralized delivery of core products and services including Security Standards, Monitoring & Protection, Assurance & Awareness, and Security Operations. Cybersecurity is designed to address the JPMC global security needs across all LOBs and the demand to leverage economies of scale across the firm.
Threat Intelligence (TI) holds the global mandate for JPMorgan Chase's cyber intelligence collection, analysis, and dissemination of finished products to JPMorgan Chase's population of security operations teams, information technology teams, and overall executive decision makers.
This team is also responsible for external engagement with peer groups and information security circles regarding cyber threats, to address events such as intrusions, malware, DDoS, unauthorized access, insider attacks and loss of proprietary information. This includes developing a deep understanding of global threat actors.
TI also plays an integral role in the intelligence driven defense of JPMC and works closely with the other cyber security teams, various lines of business, and United States Government entities to mitigate threats to the firm.
Strategic Intelligence Analysts within the Threat Intelligence team provide situational awareness to decision makers and act as subject matter experts for an allocated geographic or thematic area in a cyber-context. Strategic Analysts need a sharp intellect, an eye for detail, a high analytical capability and a good technical/cyber underpinning. Strategic Analysts are able to work autonomously, using sound judgment to decide which leads to pursue and prioritize investigations and workload accordingly. An interest in cyber, current affairs and technology is essential
The responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Regularly produce Threat Intelligence Reports,providing detailed analysis on cyber events, including relevant political,economic and geopolitical variables. Provide a forward-looking view of thethreat, predicting shifts in adversarial intent, goals and strategicobjectives.
Act as a subject matter expert for an allocatedgeographic and/or thematic area, closely following open source and closedintelligence source reporting on associated actor groups (nation-state,criminal, hacktivist and terrorist), incidents and campaigns.
Maintain detailed threat actor profiles on adversariesof interest/relevance to the firm, covering tactics, techniques andprocedures, intent, goals and strategic objectives.
Maintain knowledge of the threat landscape bymonitoring open and closed intelligence sources and contribute toquarterly threat landscape briefings.
Identify, develop, manage and productively leverageexternal relationships to enhance intelligence collection efforts.
Provide regular written and verbal briefings andpresentations for Global Cybersecurity partners and Lines of Businesses upto the senior executive level
6+ years in an intelligence analyst role and 3+ yearsin a cyber-role, with a track record of actively countering existing andfuture threats.
Excellent understanding of networking concepts andInformation Security, including emerging threats and attack methodologies.
Specialist training or skills in one or more of thefollowing:
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) gathering and/oranalysis
Social Media Intelligence (SMI/SOCMINT) gatheringand/or analysis
Human Intelligence (HUMINT) analysis
Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) analysis
Subject matter expert in one or more of the followingareas: regional geographic expertise, thematic (e.g. criminal groups)expertise, corporate intelligence.
Significant and detailed threat actor knowledge.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
3+ years Intelligence Community experience and/or 3+years’ experience at an international institution conducting cyber orsecurity/intelligence related work.
Understanding of the role of government andnon-government entities involved in cyber security.
Working knowledge of global threats to internationalcyber security, and conversant in the tactics, techniques and proceduresused by cyber adversaries.
Professional working proficiency in one or more of thefollowing languages: Russian, Mandarin
Advanced degree or proficiency in internationalrelations, economics, politics, or related field or equivalent experience,particularly in Asia.
Financial sector experience
Highly proficient in i2 / Maltego / link analysis
JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.