Intelligence Analyst Senior (Regional/Functional) , (TS/SCI able to obtain and maintain CI Poly
- Job Category: Security, Intelligence & Defense Analysis
- Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
- Clearance: TS/SCI CI poly
- Shift: Day Job
- Req ID: SAV05033
As a SAVA employee , you will be surrounded by a challenging, yet supportive work environment that is committed to innovation and diversity, two of our most important values. You will also have access to our comprehensive benefits and competitive pay in add:ition to growth opportunities and excellent retirement options.
SAVA is currently seeking a Intelligence Analyst to support the Stormbreaker Contract in Bethesda, MD
The Senior-Level Intelligence Analyst (performing as a Cyber Threat/ All-Source Analyst) shall:
Provide end-to-end cyber intelligence analysis support. Monitor, sort, prioritize, evaluate and analyze cyber intelligence reporting from all IC sources and unclassified sources including media and technical cyber entities. Identifying and analyzing USG cyber adversaries' and other malicious cyber actors' plans intentions, capabilities, technologies, and tradecraft.
Author thoughtfully crafted articles based on key classified and unclassified cyber intelligence reporting for every iteration of the Cyber Threat Intelligence Summary (CTIS). Working with publication staff and senior review through the editing and publication process.
Use knowledge of cyber accounts, insight into the US cyber and geo-political policy interests as well as a broad understanding of the US IC to support the White House's and National Security Council's (NSC) policy initiative and intelligence queries.
Use methodological approaches and tools consistent with the IC's analytic and tradecraft standards to resolve key cyber intelligence questions and shall be able to thoroughly research, identify gaps, and be able to identify trends and data anomalies through the analysis process.
Serve as the designated point person to shepherd the CTIS from pre-to post-publication helping run the production meeting, responsible for compiling all the CTIS articles from the various authors, editing the books in accordance with the CTIS SOP, fielding technical edits and questions from senior review.
Regularly prepare all-source cyber intelligence products to support regular CTIIC publications (Cyber Event Reports), graphics, as well as other bespoke products often produced in response to a tasker from other government stakeholders.
Prepare all-source intelligence products to support regular CTIIC publications (Cyber Event Reports), graphics, as well as other bespoke products often produced in response to a tasker from other government stakeholders. Production should be coordinated or co-authored with appropriate IC colleagues and be well-written and properly sourced and classified. When tasked create multiple versions for different audiences and be familiar with the REL process for the various IC agencies.
Prepare all-source intelligence talking points at least once a week for the National Security Council hosted Cyber Response Group (CRG) or in the event of a SNAP CRG or crisis. Every 4-5 weeks, or as needed, follow CTIIC's SOP on the CRG, and meeting all of its deadlines, take lead on CTIIC's intelligence support for the CRG including identifying topics, crafting a proposed agenda, authoring and/or compiling cyber talking points, coordinating with other CRG attendees and speakers, building a briefing book, and taking detailed notes.
Work with cyber colleagues across the USG and CTIIC to identify cyber intelligence gaps through studies, expertise in account, and attending community meetings. As appropriate work with IC and commercial cyber intelligence vendors to help close these gaps.
Active TS/SCI with polygraph
Minimum of 10 years' work experience related to the technical requirement.
At least 3 years working with or in the IC