Cyber Data Analysts Full Time
We are looking for Cyber Data Analysts to join the CyberPeace Institute. In an age where the sophistication and hybrid nature of
cyberattacks is deepening the accountability gap, we are looking for candidates with hands on expertise in big data analysis in the context of large scale cyberattacks and cyber operations, who possess a drive to protect civilian populations.
In close cooperation with the Institute’s digital forensic investigators, data scientists, and software engineers, successful candidates will be responsible for undertaking analytical work of complex heterogeneous big data sets (i.e. live compromise indicators, OSINT, forensic extraction) and delivering analytical reports. Whilst upholding the highest data protection standards, the jobholders will ensure that the CyberPeace Institute’s analytical environment stays innovative and relevant amidst the rapid evolution of cyberoperations.
We are looking for committed and altruist individuals, with strong humanitarian values. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about the exponential impact of converging technologies in cyberspace and want to leverage their unique skills for the common good. If you want to support the most
vulnerable, and if you wish to work in a demanding yet challenging and
rewarding environment, we areexcited to receive your application. This is a tremendous opportunity for an individual to drive ground-breaking technical and societal responses in an emerging area, to effectively help foster collective intelligence against cyberattacks, and to promote peace in cyberspace.
Under the leadership of the Chief Technology Officer, the CyberPeace Institute Cyber Data Analysts will:
- Perform end to end operational analysis;
- Contribute to the Institute’s data sourcing, integration, usage and management to support the Institute’s analytical strategy;
- Contribute to and uphold a transparent methodology to provide public access to analytical findings in partnership with data protection experts, cyber-volunteers, academia, industry and civil society;
- Contribute to the Institute’s collaborative analytical platform, enabling real-time analysis of big data from heterogeneous sources, while using cutting edge data processing and management capabilities (i.e. virtualization, data lakes, data mining, machine learning, virtual reality);
- Devise analytical responses to cyber challenges by experimenting with new analytical methodologies in close cooperation with the CyberPeace Institute’s digital forensic investigators and network of analysts;
- Look to the future to identify threats and opportunities, in particular by scanning the environment for disruptive convergence in technologies, new threats, vectors of attacks and modus operandi;
- Promote the vision, the mission, and the values of the Institute.
Experience, skills and attributes
- At least 5 Years hands-on analytical experience: threats actors TTPs, IoCs and cyberattack/cyberoperations life cycle, deep understanding of IOCs, situational awareness, intelligence products, profiling, OSINT and big data analysis;
- A proven track record of investigating complex and sophisticated cyberattacks/cyberoperations in a sensitive environment, including managing classified information;
- Experience in data generation, collection, fusion, federation and integration, and information distribution (e.g. sensor data, open source data, big data, streaming data, Master/Meta Data Management, improved decision-making driven by networked information) and the ability to identify patterns or trends across large amounts of data;
- Experience in data modelling and visualization, notably via Graph DB;
- Experience in interacting with information architects and data scientists;
- Experience in continuously adapting analytical work and methodologies;
- Very good understanding of the exponential nature of technological convergence, especially in the field of cybersecurity and cyberwarfare;
- Good written and verbal communication skills for reporting findings and conveying technical information to technical and non-technical people
- Strong team spirit and enjoys working in multicultural teams;
- Dedicated to the value of defending victims while keeping integrity and impartiality;
- Strong attention to detail, diligent, and able to meet tight deadlines and work under pressure.
The working language of the Institute is English. A strong command of this language is required, with deep understanding of the cybersecurity jargon. Showing similar command in other languages will be an asset.
The CyberPeace Institute is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, colour, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances.
- Type of role: Open ended
- Working rate: 100%
- Starting date: July 2020
- Location: Geneva, with a possibility for working remotely
Please submit your application via the online form found here including:
- a CV (2 pages max), in a pdf format.
- a cover letter (on page max) describing your motivation, in a pdf format.
Deadline for application is 15/06 at 17:00 CET
Incomplete Applications or those received after the deadline will not be considered.