Sr. Insider Threat Analyst
ICF is seeking an experienced Sr. Insider Threat Analyst to develop and sustain an Insider Threat program by employing risk management principles tailored to meet the distinct needs, mission, and systems of the agencies CSSP and subscribers while ensuring and including appropriate protections for privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties. The Insider Threat program shall deter, detect, and mitigate Insider Threats by leveraging counterintelligence, security, information assurance, and other relevant functions and resources to identify and counter Insider Threats in accordance with Committee on National Security Systems Directive (CNSSD) 504.
Establish and maintain an integrated User Activity Monitoring (UAM) capability to monitor and audit information for Insider Threat detection and mitigation
Monitor and analyze user activity on classified and unclassified CSSP and subscriber Government networks
Evaluate personnel security information
Conduct employee awareness training
Gather and analyze information for centralized analysis, reporting and response capabilities from available sources such as human resources, law enforcement, and counterintelligence
Implement, use and maintain tools to monitor user actions on CSSP and subscriber networks
Ensure separation of duties between Insider Threat personnel and other personnel to ensure accountability
Ensure the Incident Handling processes are followed for Insider Threat activity in accordance with (IAW) applicable DoD guidance
Assist CSSP subscribers with Insider Threat protection measures through development of a monitoring and auditing capability tailored to subscriber mission requirements
Collect and analyze audit capability lessons learned for potential improvements in technology
Collect and analyze Insider Threat identification lessons learned for potential process improvement
Incorporate applicable lessons learned into current policies and procedures
Share lessons learned by way of Joint Lessons Learned Information System (JLLIS) and/or other appropriate means
- 7+ years of relevant Insider Threat Monitoring experience.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
- Security clearance required - DOD preferred
- An advanced understanding of current threats and trends present in the Information Security and Technology field
- Advanced knowledge of network technologies and security protocols
- Strong initiative and a personal interest in Information Technology Security
- People skills and the ability to communicate effectively with various clients with the ability to explain and elaborate on technical details
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
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