NMC Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Specialist

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  • Hybrid / Lancashire View on Map
  • Post Date : February 28, 2023
  • Apply Before : April 24, 2023
  • Salary: $5,500,060,000.00 - $60,000.00
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  • Job ID 332040

Job Description

Join Police Digital Service as NMC Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Specialist

This is an opportunity to play your part and protect our company, our customers and our communities from cyber attacks. Be part of a dedicated team and get ready to be challenged every day to make the most of your skills and experience. You’ll learn from those around you, and from outstanding training and development resources to become even better at what you do. With the best technology at your fingertips, you'll be part of a friendly and flexible working environment where your contribution is always valued.

Why Join us?

Balance is important and we want you to take time off to recharge – we offer 28 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays, rising to 30 days after 5 years of service. Holiday Purchase also available

We care about your well-being – we have an EAP that offers not just welfare benefits but also retail discounts

Plan for the future – we offer an excellent pension scheme and life assurance cover

Put your mind at rest regarding your health – offering remote GP, mental health and physiotherapy appointments via video consultation

Family – Enhanced maternity and paternity pay along with a flexible return to work

Community – one paid day off per year for volunteering

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About Police Digital Service

We exist to harness the power of digital, data and technology to enable UK policing to better protect the communities it serves. Ours is a team of experts in commercial services, technical assurance, data, digital transformation and innovation, with a unique experience in policing and national programme delivery.

The National Management Centre will provide visibility and control of information risks for Policing. It will support the 24x7x365 nature of the police operations, providing a threat detection and response capability for digital services before, during and after cyber attacks, enabling stakeholders to understand and proactively manage risk across the technology estate at both the national and force level.

Key Responsibilities

• Evaluate current and emerging tools and best practices relating to the analysis of advanced persistent threats including the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) of attackers. 
• Conduct analysis at the tactical, operational, and strategic level of cyber adversaries, methodologies under exploitation, and industry trends. 
• Identify, develop, and train other analysts using appropriate analytical tools and techniques to interpret gaps, patterns and trends, assess threat, risk and harm and make recommendations in support of decision making, prioritsation and resource allocation. 
• Ability to correlate intelligence from a variety of sources, to develop and lead understanding and analysis of contextually relevant threats.
• Ability to work proactively to serve the policing community with limited direct oversight, and to take ownership of deliverables.
• Provide expertise through the development and use of analytical products to assist mitigation practices at a tactical and operational level. 
• Perform a broad range of tasks, bringing together output from stakeholders within Cyber SOC, Malware, Threat Hunting and Vulnerability teams.  
• Establishing and interpreting requirements to ensure the needs of key stakeholders are met. 
• Preparing and delivering analytical summaries and briefings to stakeholders to provide a clear and concise evidence-based understanding of the subject matter, including providing advice and guidance. 
• Provide analysis of threat data from a variety of sources resulting in the generation of actionable threat intelligence. 

What you need to succeed in the role 

• Excellent knowledge of adversarial cyber actors, including their TTPs and the adversary lifecycle
• Comprehensive experience in conducting malware, phishing, and SIEM log analysis
• Comprehensive awareness of the current cyber threat landscape
• Experience with threat modelling systems and risk assessment models
• Extensive experience in utilising open-source intelligence 
• Experienced cyber threat intelligence analyst with the ability to progress service provided to police forces, lead development, and train Junior analysts  
• Ability to acquire SC and NPPV3 level clearances

• CREST Registered Threat Intelligence Analyst
• Demonstrated experience in developing and delivering cybercrime or risk reduction recommendations and / or strategies
• Completed Intelligence Analysis course (e.g. NIAT, RISC UK or similar)

Working Arrangements

This is a hybrid role and regular travel to the Lancashire office will be required