VA: McLean Profession Information Technology Department Code G122 Purpose As an Information Systems Engineer/Scientist, Sr for MITRE, one of Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” you will provide analysis and engineering support to a sponsor program to develop methods for identifying, evaluating and analyzing network and system data for evidence of illicit activity and dealing with its mitigation Security Clearance Level SCI Key Functions Responsible for performing technical analysis of data from various sources to determine intrusive, malicious or unauthorized activity on a variety of networks or systems. Required Education/Experience: BS or equivalent and 1 year experience or MS or equivalent Desired Education/Experience B.S. Computer Science or related field plus at least 3 years experience performing scientific research, conducting data analysis, and analyzing cyber security threats. Required Skills: Demonstrable experience conducting scientific research, working with data sets to identify statistically significant patterns, and analyzing cyber threats. Must have strong organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work with and analyze data. Demonstrable experience briefing senior management on research team findings and recommendations. Desired Skills Experience with cyber threat analysis, detection and mitigation. Relevant domain skill areas include intrusion detection and enterprise audit techniques. Experience collaborating within research teams and leveraging relationships to benefit the research. Ability to interact effectively with a team of analysts and government sponsors. Excellent writing and communications skills. Travel Statement *This position will require overnight travel up to 10% of the time. Clearance Statement Only candidates who currently possess the required Security Clearance will be considered for this position.
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