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Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst

Job Title: Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £6000 - £75000 per annum + benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: lecti01_1507214281
Contact Name: Lewis Etherington
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Job Published: 12 days ago

Job Description

Montash is currently working with a major Cyber Security Consultancy that is looking for an experienced Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst to join their rapidly growing advisory practice.

Due to high demand in the area, the business is looking to expand its Cyber Threat Intelligence team with the aim of adding someone who is not only experienced the field but also shows a real passion for Cyber Security and developing their skills in Threat Intelligence.

Role Responsibilities

  • Producing Cyber Threat Intelligence strategy
  • Utilising various tools for the purpose of OSINT gathering
  • Working on-site with customers educating them on the Threat Intelligence landscape
  • Creating detailed Threat Intelligence reports for the use of both technical and non-technical stakeholders
  • Operating alongside SOC Analysts as well as Penetration Tester's to share and gain knowledge of the Cyber Threat landscape

Key Skills

  • Strong experience of OSINT research
  • Understanding of the malware analysis, reverse engineering and advanced persistent threats
  • Ability to produce high and low level technical Cyber Threat Intelligence reports
  • Preferably CCTIM qualified
  • Experience in a client facing environment

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