The Equifax CyberSecurity Team is looking for a talented supervisory analyst to support EFX's comprehensive efforts to detect, prevent, and respond to potential insider threats.
The successful candidate will work in a fast paced, highly dynamic and challenging, globally diverse environment. The candidate will work with various teams across the organization and around the world to support all stages within the insider threat intelligence cycle.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate aptitude in the development and managing of relationships in a large, complex technical ecosystem, and the ability to lead in a rapidly evolving program.
Primary supervisor of a team of Costa Rica-based insider threat analysts, handling any / all personnel matters to include : performance reviews, scheduling, hiring / firing, etc.
Lead analyst for insider threat team, demonstrating and teaching core analytic principles and critical thinking
Responsible for implementing and executing strategy provided by the Insider Threat Program Manager
Experience using disparate data source and evidence to detect and decipher patterns, up to and including providing recommendations for addressing collection and analytic gaps
Working with internal and external subject matter experts (info sharing / investigations / countermeasures) to aide in collective knowledge and understanding a problem-set
Will competently describe, develop and refine use-case scenarios for new and existing analytical tools as part of daily operational duties.
Enrich team value by sharing knowledge and developing talent
Competencies / Skills required to be successful in role
Technical Skills :
Strong knowledge of data loss prevention (DLP) and user behavioral analytics (UBA) tools
Strong knowledge of Cloud environments and Cloud Application Security Brokers (CASB)
Direct experience with Symantec tools (CASB / CloudSOC, DLP)
Strong experience with GSuite and Microsoft applications
Experience in system testing and use case development in support of highly technical customized applications.
Superb analytical, documentation, and communication skills
Experience in in-depth evaluation of disparate data sources (trends and reporting)
Experience in connecting disparate data elements in order to identify patterns of behavior in support of Intelligence reporting.
Experience writing and editing strategic intelligence analysis / products
Ability to teach and explain technical elements and concepts pertaining to monitoring efforts
Ability to identify gaps in monitoring efforts / efficiency and directly solution for more accurate and holistic results
Education and Other Requirements :
Native or equivalent in both English and Spanish (speaking and writing)
5-7 years of experience writing intelligence-based analytical products
At least 3 years of experience in direct supervisory capacity handling personnel and performance related tasks
Experience as a subject matter expert on insider threats
Ability to communicate with both security leaders and technical analysts in a timely, concise, and honest manner (ability to tell truth to power)
Relevant security certification (such as : CISSP, GCIA, GCIH, GREM, CEH, others)
Insatiable curiosity and ability to challenge established norms (think outside the box)
Ability to communicate effectively with team members overseas and in various locations
Demonstrated ability to prioritize efforts with finite resources
Demonstrated ability to understand the bigger picture’ and implications / ramifications of our team’s actions in a legal / privacy / data protection context
Ability to handle complex matters discreetly, professionally, and ethically at all times
Active passport and ability to travel to the United States up to 4 times a year
Primary Location : CRI-Heredia
Function - Security Governance and Compliance
Schedule : Full time