Senior Analyst, Mandiant
Google will be prioritizing applicants who have a current right to work in Singapore, and do not require Google's sponsorship of a visa.
- 4 years of experience in strategic analysis.
- Experience with cyber threat analysis such as notable threat actors, threat activity across motivations (e.g., espionage, financial gain, disruptive), and enterprise cloud threats.
- Experience in conducting quantitative and qualitative analysis on data sets for trends or relationships.
- Experience liaising with multiple security stakeholders in the customers organization, aligning the security and business requirements.
- Ability to communicate complex subjects and interpret internal information sources and open-source collections.
- Excellent verbal/written communication skills.
About the job
- Author, edit, organize and refine intelligence reports/articles/papers produced by the team.
- Collaborate with individuals throughout the Mandiant organization to develop and coordinate the delivery of threat insights. Distill key findings/judgments quickly for consumption across a diverse set of audiences.
- Contribute to improve the teams methodologies and trade-craft.
- Represent the teams findings as a public spokesperson to both media and customers, once outputs are publicly available. Design proper messaging of these outputs through collaboration with marketing and media partners.
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