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Cyber Security Threat Analyst
Bilingual / Bilingue
In the event a qualified bilingual candidate is not found, a qualified unilingual candidate will be considered. / Dans l’éventualité où un candidat bilingue qualifié n’est pas disponible, un candidat unilingue qualifié sera considéré.
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$93 876 - $115 597
NAV CANADA is searching for a full-time cyber security resource to bolster the company’s threat management program and capabilities. The Cyber Security Threat Analyst will enhance the Company’s ability to identify, prevent, detect, and respond to potential cyber security threats and incidents.
The Cyber Security Threat Analyst will focus on reviewing intelligence reports, conducting assessments of risk and threat, produce advisories, and provide enhanced behavioral analysis to support our Cyber Security Operations Team.
Analyzes relevant threats, risks, and vulnerabilities, to produce actionable products which will be consumed by the Enterprise Cyber Security team.
Generates precise, error-free recurring operational threat condition reporting.
Researches open-source intelligence, social media platforms, and internal systems for known and potential threats capable of impacting NAV CANADA.
Supports an environment of protecting the company's people and assets, through intelligence reporting, and information sharing, and partnering with the Security Operations Centre and cross-functional stakeholders.
Utilizes structured analytic techniques to develop tailored intelligence products and provide threat warning notifications to the Enterprise Cyber Security Team.
Monitors geopolitical events of concern that might impact Air Navigation Services operations.
Provides ad-hoc intelligence and risk analysis support to the Cyber Risk & Resilience team, and other key security stakeholders.
Uncovers information gaps that can help identify potential threats in the short and long term.
Leverages resources, technology, information, and tactics in a manner that protects reputation and minimizes the risk.
Prioritizes ongoing and new projects, as well as conduct research and gather information.
Identifies internal and external solutions to obtain, review, and process information in the utmost ethical and legal manner.
Maintains and create documentation that supports internal processes, SIEM Use Cases and response playbooks.
Assists with the development of security strategies, policies, and standards.
Graduation with an acceptable degree from a recognised university or community college with a specialization in computer science, systems engineering or data analytics; or an acceptable combination of education, training and experience.
3+ years of progressively responsible experience in Information Technology, Cyber Security, or a related field
3+ years of work experience in analytical, investigative, and/or cyber security services disciplines.
3+ years experience in threat intelligence, safety programs, and/or cyber security operations.
3+ years experience working with information classification.
Intelligence briefing experience would be considered an asset.
Protective services, security, investigative or analytical experience would be considered an asset.
Experience with a Security Incident & Event Monitoring Platform (SIEM) would be considered an asset.
Extensive knowledge in working with Microsoft Windows Server and/or Linux Servers in an enterprise environment.
Extensive knowledge in working with IP networks in an enterprise environment.
Extensive knowledge in working with various social media platforms and open-source intelligence tools.
Knowledge of NAV CANADA mandate, mission, and organization structure.
Knowledge of incident response and security monitoring processes and best practices.
Knowledge of Cybersecurity frameworks.
Knowledge of systems logging and auditing processes and best practices.
Knowledge of security event analysis.
Excellent communication (verbal and written), presentation, and interpersonal skills.
Ability to complete multiple tasks and produce accurate, timely reports with minimal supervision.
Ability to identify critical risk factors that may impact the environment.
Ability to provide expert advice, coaching, and opinions in area of specialization.
Ability to establish and maintain positive relationship with key internal and external stakeholders.
Possesses a deep interest in information security and knowledge of current/evolving cyber security threats and trends, security technologies, security operations processes, and incident management.
Self-motivated and seeks opportunities for continuous improvement and productivity
Works effectively individually and in team environment
Excellent attention to detail,
The successful candidate must meet the security requirement of the position and be legally able to work in Canada.
At NAV CANADA, safety is our priority. We require pre-employment drug screening for all candidates offered positions designated as safety sensitive in accordance with NAV CANADA’s Drug and Alcohol policy.
NAV CANADA is committed to building a skilled, diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. As a result, it promotes employment equity and encourages candidates to indicate voluntarily and clearly on the subject line of their application if they are a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group.
NAV CANADA is committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted regarding this competition, please advise the interview coordinator of accommodation measures you may require.
We thank all applicants for their interest; only those selected for an interview will be contacted.