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FS-ISAC - Position Openings

Director, Business Resilience

Full job descriptions of the positions listed above are available following the position openings section. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to HR@fsisac.com with the positions title listed in the subject line.

 

FSARC - Position Openings

Director, Cybercrime

​Intelligence Analyst

Full job descriptions of the positions listed above are available following the position openings section. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to dfearson@ninjajobs.org with the position title listed in the subject line. 

 


 

Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center (FSARC)

Position: Director, Cybercrime

Job Status: Full Time                                                         FLSA Status: Exempt

Reports To: President/Chief of Staff                                 Travel Required: Occasional

Work Schedule: Mon - Fri: 40 hours                                 Positions Supervised: 3-5

Office Location: New York City, NCFTA Offices                Firm: New Hire

Capability/Team:  Cybercrime                                           

Clearance:  Desired; must qualify for secret level clearance

 

POSITION SUMMARY

The FSARC is seeking a Director to drive the organization’s mission to improve efforts fighting cybercrime. This position requires a candidate with proven experience leading high impact teams in a fast paced, high profile environment. The Director will successfully plan and execute campaigns against cybercrime in partnership with FSARC participating members as well as the FBI, Secret Service, and other U.S. Government partners. While the role will focus on developing and driving campaigns, the Director will also be charged with establishing and enforcing policies and governance around cybercrime operations for the FSARC. The position will reside in New York City at the National Cyber Forensic Training Alliance offices. Periodic travel to FSARC headquarters in Arlington, Virginia will be required.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Prioritize, organize, plan, and oversee execution of FSARC efforts to fight cybercrime.

Drive recommended actions against malicious threats on behalf of FSARC.

Coordinate with FSARC and FS-ISAC financial institutions, technology partners, law enforcement, intelligence community, academia, and researchers to facilitate the planning of operations.

Develop guidance and policies for FSARC efforts when fighting cybercrime.

Liaise with Capabilities/Team Leads to ensure sector is ahead of potential threats.

Lead, manage, and develop specialized staff to support operational activities.

Develop and implement a metrics program to measure effectiveness.

 

Position Qualification

Minimally an undergraduate degree with 10+ years of law enforcement, intelligence community, or relevant private sector experience.

Demonstrated experience in leading complex cyber operations.

Demonstrated experience in critical and strategic thinking.

Demonstrated experience understanding legal issues with respect to countering cybercrime.

Excellent written, interpersonal, planning, and organizational skills.

Ability to communicate (verbal and written) with executives and stakeholders in non- technical terms while accurately encompassing risk, impact, likelihood, containment and remediation activities, and threat actor techniques, tactics and procedures.

Strong collaboration, negotiation and mediation skills among internal and external stakeholders.

Possess a high degree of initiative, motivation, and problem-solving skills.

Proven analytical, planning, problem solving, and decision-making skills.

 

Education and Certifications

  • Undergraduate or Graduate degree

 

Other Desired Experience

  • U.S. Government organization or processes
  • U.S. Government Clearance
  • Planning cybercrime fight campaigns

 

Technology Applications

  • Standard office software applications

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

This position is performed in an office work environment with physical demands associated with that environment. Reasonable accommodations may be to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

 

The FS-ISAC offers a comprehensive benefits package including paid time off, medical and dental benefits paid for by the employer, annual bonuses, 401k plan with company match and others.

 


 

Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center (FSARC)

Position: Intelligence Analyst

Job Status: Full Time                                                         FLSA Status: Exempt

Reports To: Intelligence Coordinator                                 Travel Required: Occasional

Work Schedule: Mon - Fri: 40 hours                                 Positions Supervised: None

Office Location: Arlington, Virginia                                    Type : New Hire

Capability/Team:  Intelligence                                           

Clearance:  Minimum Secret required

 

POSITION SUMMARY

The FSARC seeks a highly motivated and cross-disciplinary analyst to join its intelligence team, offering a rare opportunity to meaningfully contribute to the genesis of an organization driving a new paradigm in collaborative cyber intelligence analysis and security. This is a demanding position that requires a candidate with proven cyber intelligence and analysis skills and demonstrated success in supporting high-impact teams in a fast-paced, high-visibility environment. The FSARC’s mission is to proactively identify, analyze, assess and coordinate activities to mitigate systemic risk to the U.S. financial system from current and emerging cyber security threats through focused operations and enhanced collaboration between participating firms, industry partners, and the U.S. Government 

In 2016, the CEOs of eight banks – Bank of America, BNY Mellon, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, State Street and Wells Fargo – came together to proactively identify ways to enhance the resilience of the critical infrastructure underpinning much of the U.S. financial system. The result is the creation of the FSARC. The FSARC combines the expertise of participating firms’ cyber security and threat intelligence teams with that of its government partners, including the Department of Treasury, the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. As a result, the collective pipeline of intelligence produced deepens the analysis of identified threats and reduces systemic risk across critical financial operations.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS


Leverage prior successes in intelligence analysis, cyber operations, and geopolitical forecasting to contribute to the collective economic and national security of the United States.

Use analytic acumen and critical thinking skills to produce timely, actionable, and informative analysis regarding threat actor activity and indications of systemic cyber threats to the financial sector for delivery to C-Suite executives and senior government officials.

Aggregate, process, and analyze information from a wide variety of public and non-public sources while closely collaborating with other FSARC teams, member firms, and U.S. Government partners to deliver strategic intelligence reports that convey analytic judgments on cyber threat activity targeting the financial sector.

Advance a broader and deeper understanding of both state and non-state cyber threat actors, and their associated capabilities and intentions.

Accurately perform trending analysis and scenario forecasting at both the operational and strategic levels.

Substantively contribute to the FSARC’s advancement through relevant experiential and subject matter expertise that support the Center’s mission.

Attend regular and routine meetings in the Washington, DC area.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

 

At least 5-7 years of demonstrated success in cyber-related intelligence and analysis.

Minimum undergraduate degree in Intelligence Studies, International Affairs, Cyber Security, Computer Science, Political Science, Economics, or other related discipline with a strong academic record.

Superb research, writing, and analysis skills.

Deep knowledge of the cyber threat landscape, particularly as it relates to the financial services industry, as well as other critical infrastructure sectors.

Thorough understanding of Internet technologies, lexicon, and common cyber threat issues.

Proven success in authoring and delivering analytic products based on often incomplete information with the ability to cogently express complex technical and non-technical topics both verbally and in writing.

Demonstrated experience in critical and strategic thinking.

Strong collaboration and problem-solving skills with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Firm commitment to confidentiality and discretion.

Experience in building professional presentations and delivering briefings to executive or government leadership.

Self-starter with a high degree of initiative and personal accountability.

Ability to use standard office software applications.

U.S. Citizen.

 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Master’s Degree in a relevant discipline
  • Prior military or intelligence community experience
  • Country/region subject matter expertise
  • Advanced language skills in Arabic, Farsi, Mandarin Chinese, or Russian
  • Knowledge of U.S. Government organization and functions
  • Understanding of risk management and assessment processes
  • Prior financial sector employment
  • Scripting/programming experience in common languages (e.g. Perl, Python, Ruby)

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT


This position is performed in an office work environment with physical demands associated with that environment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 


 

Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC)

Position: Director, Business Resilience

Job Status: Full Time                                                  FLSA Status: Exempt

Work Schedule: Mon - Fri; 40 hours                          Firm Assigned: Direct Hire

Office Location: Reston, Virginia and possibly remotely if not in the area.       Type: New Hire

 

POSITION SUMMARY


The FS-ISAC provides to the financial services sector vital information to assist financial firms in protecting their critical infrastructure assets and confidential information. Information provided by the FS-ISAC includes, but is not limited to, information concerning planning for and response to cyber threats and vulnerabilities, potential criminal threats to information, incidents in other financial services firms and other critical sectors that can affect stability and operations in the sector.

The FS-ISAC Director of Business Resilience is responsible for developing business resiliency information sharing practices by working with collaborative teams in activities concerning business continuity, physical security, crisis response and risk management. This position reports to the Vice President of Business Resilience, FS-ISAC.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Support business resilience monthly meetings and activities, assisting the Vice President in developing meeting content, obtaining speakers and activities to achieve the Committee’s charter and goals.

Develop, maintain and facilitate training for crisis response playbooks.

Prepare business resiliency exercise materials, assist in facilitating exercise scenarios.

Support and assist in managing collaborative business resiliency projects.

Develop and manage resource guide materials and library.

Participate in monitoring and communicating sector physical and cyber threats.

Assist the Vice President Business Resilience in crisis response and Playbook activation, on behalf of the BRC, the FS-ISAC, and FSSCC, coordinating as appropriate with public sector agencies.

Document business resiliency policy & procedures.

Assist in documenting FS-ISAC operational controls and development of assessment activities.

Develop and create partnerships to build and manage the crisis response contact roster/database.

Participate on physical crisis response team activities.

 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

 

Well-developed documentation skills building operational policies and procedures.

Strong organizational and quality controls skills necessary to maintain documentation library expansion, integrity and distribution routines.

5 years of experience in Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery or Crisis Response.

5 years of experience business resiliency exercising or disaster recovery testing for physical and technology disruption events.

2 years’ minimum of project management and team leadership.

Highly developed skills in prioritization with flexibility to expand workload and reorganize priorities.

Knowledge of FFIEC and NIST standards for business continuity, testing, third party risk management and cybersecurity controls assessment.

 

The FS-ISAC offers a comprehensive benefits package including paid time off, medical and dental benefits paid for by the employer, annual bonuses, 401k plan with company match and others.