The incumbent is the sole regional analyst covering the investigative intelligence program in EMEA.
The Investigative Intelligence program is a key component in CSIS’s ability to proactively identify previously unknown systemic issues and risks as uncovered in CSIS cyber and core investigations. The program’s analysis challenges stakeholders across the firm to higher levels of performance based on data-driven discussions of investigative findings, control gaps, and impacts of prioritized remediation.
The GIA Investigations Intelligence Sr. Analyst – EMEA role is critical to this work. It improves CSIS’s ability to act as a trusted partner by delivering superior analysis via information aggregation across all investigative activity. As early as the program’s first year of existence, its work product proved crucial to facilitating effective working relationships with key partners in the first, second, and third line functions across our partner's ecosystems.
• Function as an analytical subject matter expert on cyber and fraud matters
• Conduct research and analysis on cyber and fraud threat streams against Our Parner in EMEA
• Apply analytical tradecraft to data collection, organization, interpretation, summarization, analysis, and reporting. Transform data into actionable information for decision-makers
• Evaluate corporate procedures and processes for identifiable standards, areas to improve efficiencies, and ways to enhance intelligence production
• Develop and deliver high quality intelligence products and briefing presentations based on all-source data
• Engage with a variety of stakeholders to further analysis, identify intelligence gaps, develop innovative solutions, and track industry trends
• Identify relevant technical solutions, when needed, to enhance analysis and client engagement
• Demonstrate ability to identify and anticipate the problems and product/solution needs of our clients
• Experience in performing advance all-source analysis
• Proven ability to translate business/customer questions and problems into working hypotheses
• Understanding of how controls are used in an organisation’s risk and control framework
• Experience using and implementing new technical tools for analytical program improvements and information management
• General understanding of I.T. network and application analysis
• Demonstrated project management skills and experience, demonstrating the ability to coordinate several projects simultaneously, while providing guidance to supporting contributors
• Demonstrated self-starter with proven ability to execute work with minimal supervision
• Skilled communicator, collaborator and presenter within all levels of an organization
• Undergraduate degree required, post graduate degrees welcomed
• Minimum of 3-5 years experience as an intelligence analyst or investigator in a corporate setting, federal law enforcement agency, or intelligence organization
• Previous experience with financial institutions and/or cyber/fraud investigations is preferred
• Certifications from EC-Council, GIAC, (ISC)2 are preferred [CISSP, C|EH, GCIA, CCNA]
• Broad professional experience preferred, including prior international work assignments/travel, or performing as a member of a globally dispersed team
• Advanced expertise in Microsoft Office products – Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, and SharePoint – with demonstrated creativity in use of these products to solve analytical problems
• Excellent command of the English language, written and spoken
Position summary / background:
The GIA Investigations Intelligence Sr. Analyst – EMEA is a seasoned professional role. Applies in-depth disciplinary knowledge, contributing to the development of new techniques and the improvement of processes and work-flow for the investigative intelligence function. Integrates subject matter and industry expertise within a defined area. Requires in-depth understanding of how areas collectively integrate within the sub-function as well as coordinate and contribute to the objectives of the function and overall business. Evaluates moderately complex and variable issues with substantial potential impact, where development of an approach/taking of an action involves weighing various alternatives and balancing potentially conflicting situations using multiple sources of information. Requires good analytical skills in order to filter, prioritize and validate potentially complex and dynamic material from multiple sources. Excellent communication and diplomacy skills are required, especially in written form.