CTI Analyst

Posted 02 February 2024
LocationUnited Kingdom
Job type Permanent
Discipline CTI
Contact NameMaurice Mackness

Job description

The Opportunity:
You will be acting as a Threat Intelligence Consultant within the Strategic Threat Intelligence team, reporting to the Strategic Threat Intelligence Manager.

As a Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Consultant you will identify and collect threat information and intelligence relevant to our clients, and produce high quality reports that they can rely upon.
You will be expected to have strong consultancy skills and experience in delivering large/complex pieces of client facing work where you will need to be able to manage multiple internal and external stakeholders.
Key Accountabilities: 
  • Support the development and growth of our Strategic Threat Intelligence capabilities in line with our overall Threat Intelligence and Corporate Strategy
  • Deliver services from our Threat Intelligence portfolio: Online Exposure Assessments, VIP Assessments, Threat Intelligence Maturity Assessments, Strategic Threat Landscape Reports and Regulatory Threat Intelligence (CBEST/CORIES/TIBER, etc).
  • Work under operational time pressure, be expected to self-manage tasks, meet deadlines in support of customer and the clients group requirements. 
  • Understand the motivations of relevant cyber threat actors, their targets, and their TTP’s. 
  • Maintain a working knowledge of the cyber threat to various economic sectors, regions, and countries and be aware of the geopolitical impact on cyber threats  
Set an example in both output and work ethic. Your support to the wider organisation will be critical in the development of clients Group’s Threat Intelligence capabilities. 
Desirable Requirements
  • Strong analytical and research skills, with a deep understanding of cyber threats and attack vectors.
  • Can conduct research and use reconnaissance skills, especially the use of OSINT research techniques.
  • Hold CREST Registered Threat Intelligence Analyst (CRTIA) accreditation or be willing to work towards this.
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to convey technical information to non-technical stakeholders effectively.
  • Proven experience in threat intelligence, cybersecurity, or related fields, with a minimum of 2 years of experience.
  • Experience delivering regulatory threat intelligence engagements such as CBEST or TIBER
  • Ability to thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
  • Commitment to staying abreast of the latest developments in the cybersecurity and threat intelligence fields.