Duration: Permanent, full-time role
Security Alliance is looking for a Technical Intelligence Analyst to join its Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Consulting Team. The team is a leading provider of intelligence assessments aligned to prominent industry frameworks and has extensive experience in advisory and research services. Our clients include many of the world’s most systemically important financial institutions and a range of high-profile, enterprise-scale organisations across multiple sectors.
This role will primarily focus on the delivery of our technical reconnaissance services. This includes: supporting intelligence-led penetration testing engagements through targeting reports; evaluating supply chain risk through technical assessments; and conducting bespoke investigations. This is an entry/early-career role and the Technical Intelligence Analyst will be supported through mentoring by qualified team members and a protected training budget. This role is based in London, with a minimum of 2-3 days per week in office. For exceptional candidates who meet our ‘nice to have’ criteria this may be negotiable.
Your key responsibilities
This role would suit technical graduates or current IT/Cyber Security staff looking to step into Cyber Threat Intelligence. However, we appreciate there are multiple routes into a career in CTI and so if you feel you meet the majority of our core skills we’d love to hear from you.
The following skills and experiences would be particularly advantageous in this role. However, please note there are no essential criteria and necessary training will be required.
At Security Alliance we are passionate about delivering market-leading intelligence services and our proud to work with some of the most important organisations in the world. As a member of the Security Alliance consulting team you will; work alongside highly qualified and vastly experienced colleagues, support high-profile engagements, and continuously develop you professional tradecraft in a supportive environment.
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