Senior Internal Security Analyst

Huntington National Bank

Description

Summary:

Internal Security (IS) Analyst Seniors work within the Cybersecurity data protection program and play a critical role in designing process and procedures aimed at protecting and defending against the loss of Huntington data. The IS Analyst Senior will support IS Analysts in day-to-day activities focused on reviewing and mitigating the misuse and/or abuse of Huntington’s Corporate systems and information. This position requires an extremely high level of trust due to the sensitive nature of the data being reviewed. The IS Analyst Senior will be the front line support to IS Analysts while triaging a myriad of developing scenario alerts all related to the protection of data under Huntington’s control. The IS Analyst Senior will become a subject matter expert and execute an important role in testing and evaluating new processes, tools, procedures, and represent IS Operations during multiple meetings, Champion Groups, and Senior Level decision making sessions. Duties & Responsibilities:

Collaborate with incumbent team to identify improvements in existing technical models geared towards data theft identification.

Identify gaps and weaknesses on current alerting platforms and recommend improvements to ensure evolving capabilities.

Identify gaps and weaknesses on future User Behavior Analytics (UBA) platform.

Continually review existing risk scoring models and adjust accordingly to ensure proper focus on significant security events.

Identify and define clear metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPI) surrounding the data protection Program’s success criteria to be shared at the Executive Level.

Work closely with partners in Cyber Security and work closely with Internal Security Investigators, to ensure focus is placed on prioritizing development of new models and constant tuning of existing models.

Prepare cases, briefs, and investigative reports for dissemination to Executives and partners in Legal and HR.

Engage with peers and partners in external organizations to ensure Huntington is a leading organization in the testing and development of data protection programs.

Convey security concepts related to network, application, and systems – to both technical and non-technical audiences.

Train and coach new IS Analysts.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Basic Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree

Related Military experience

Minimum 3 years work experience in a field related to Cybersecurity, Data Protection, Insider Threat, Counterintelligence, or similar roles preferred.

Preferred Qualifications:

Candidate will exhibit a history of reliability and strong decision-making skills due the trust imparted in them as an Internal Security Analyst Senior.

Candidate must possess strong analytical skills to identify complex security issues and respond at the same level with a technical understanding of when to escalate impacting security events.

Must possess strong oral and written communication skills.

Must be self-motivated and capable of independent work while operating in a geographically and culturally diverse peer group.

Experience with tools and/or programs centered on User Behavioral Analytics and unsupervised machine learning a plus.

Scripting, customization, and light application development within SIEMs (Splunk, etc.)

Digital Forensics and investigations experience.

Possesses functional knowledge and administrative experience on Windows, Mac and UNIX/Linux Platforms.

Working knowledge of IP network design and security fundamentals, including firewalls, routers and ACLs.

Awareness of PCI/CISP programs, Security and Operations framework certification preferred.

Advanced degree, continuing education, certifications (e.g. CISSP, BS degree in CS or a related field) considered a plus though not required.

Experience with big data or experience working with data scientist.

Experience conducting or leading investigations.

Conducts data triage of anomalous events collected by a User Activity Monitoring (UAM) Tool and create new rule or policies to optimize the UAM.

Counterintelligence investigators or counterintelligence analysts experience with data analytics tools and data bases, graduate of FLETC, DCITA, JCITA, DoD, other US Federal Government, Intelligence Community CI analysis or other formal CI training courses or programs a plus but not required.

Exempt Status: (Yes = not eligible for overtime pay) (No = eligible for overtime pay)

Yes

Workplace Type:

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