Center for Internet Security, Inc.

  • Intelligence Analyst - Elections Cybersecurity

    Job Locations US-NY-Albany
    Cybersecurity Operations
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Intelligence Analyst- Elections Cybersecurity (internal title Elections Operations Analyst) will help collect, analyze, and disseminate cyber threat information impacting the U.S. election infrastructure and support the day-to-day operational response to election security incidents.

    What You'll Do

    • Responsible for working in a 24x7 Security Operations Center in both classified and unclassified environments
    • Produce actionable awareness and intelligence products for a state and local government audience focused on election security
    • Identify and draft reports on cybersecurity issues, emerging trends, technology standards, and compliance regulations affecting the election infrastructure subsector
    • Identify, collect, and analyze raw, primary, and secondary data
    • Support and maintain operational platforms for establishing awareness of ongoing threats and trends affecting election infrastructure
    • Coordinate with other CIS and MS-ISAC teams to provide election infrastructure subject matter expertise as necessary
    • Work collaboratively with both internal and external organizations on CIS efforts for improving the cybersecurity of U.S. election infrastructure
    • This position may involve essential duties and responsibilities that must continue to be performed during crisis situations and contingency operations, which may necessitate extended hours of work
    • Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned

    What You'll Need

    • Bachelor’s degree in public policy, cybersecurity, intelligence analysis or a related field*
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to clearly articulate technical and strategic level cyber matters to a variety of audiences
    • 1+ years of policy or intelligence analysis work experience
    • Self-motivated with a strong work ethic and attention to detail
    • Ability to prioritize and manage time effectively
    • Ability to work with and coordinate across teams to complete goals
    • Ability to travel as needed (5%)
    • Must be eligible to obtain a National Security Clearance
    • Must be authorized to work in the United States
    • The position is open to U.S. citizens and requires a favorably adjudicated DHS Fitness Review for Public Trust Positions

    *Additional years of relevant experience or a combination of an Associate’s degree or equivalent and relevant experience may be substituted for the Bachelor’s degree.


    It's a Plus if You Have:

    • Formal policy, intelligence, or threat analysis training
    • Working knowledge of cybersecurity issues or election processes
    • Federal, state or local government experience
    • Master’s degree in related field


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