Global Cyber Crime Governance Analyst
What We'll BringAt TransUnion, we have a welcoming and energetic environment that encourages collaboration and innovation. We are consistently exploring new technologies and tools to be agile. This environment gives our people the opportunity to hone current skills and build new capabilities, while discovering their genius.
Come be a part of our team – you’ll work with great people, pioneering products and cutting-edge technology.
What You'll BringExcellent technical acumen including an understanding of enterprise security network architecture and security operations
A deep understanding of the modern cyber-crime threat landscape
An analytical mind-set coupled proven ability to analyze and utilize data and create Threat Intelligence indicators
An understanding of the intelligence cycle, threat, and attack vectors
Python or other scripting languages
Experience with log analysis and data analytics, Web-Application Firewalls, Maltego
Knowledge of Cyber-Crime Threat Detection, Intelligence Operations and Application Security
Previous experience with: Incident Response, Project Management, Customer Identity Access Management (CIAM)
Previous experience working in complex, matrixed organizations
Bachelor’s degree in Information Security, Information Technology, Computer Science, with three or more years’ work experience in a cyber-security-related role; OR at least five years of work experience in a cyber-security specific role with a demonstrable understanding of the cyber threat landscape as well as best practice prevention and detection techniques.
We'd Love to See:
Experience with GRC platforms such as ARCHER
Outstanding communication and presentation skills
Five years of experience serving in a technical role
Prior experience within Financial Services or Financial Technology industry
Relevant certification: CISSP, GRCP, CFE, CFCI, CEH, GPEN, GCIA, GCUX, Security+, Network+
Impact You'll MakeThe Cyber Crime Governance Analyst is a member of the cyber-fraud intelligence team. This analyst is responsible for the assessment and monitoring of security controls placed throughout multiple lines of business within the enterprise to both ensure compliance to policies and standards, identify control gaps in applications and external relationships, and identify and characterize risks to the business. As a member of the Cyber Crime Governance team, you will play a key role in strengthening TransUnion’s worldwide proactive defensive and preventive security posture against fraud and cyber-crime. The successful candidate will possess problem solving and troubleshooting skills with experience exercising mature judgment, strong written and oral communication skills, excellent teamwork and interpersonal skills and the ability to task manage to ensure the completion of deliverable and milestone objectives with confidence.
Engage with business partners throughout the enterprise to coordinate and execute regular and response assessments of security controls.
Develop and execute procedures for assessment and monitoring in accordance with the Enterprise Cyber-Crime Governance Policy and Standards.
Work with business partners to provide recommendations for remediation in identify control gaps.
Provide actionable insights, guidance and subject matter expertise to internal partners
Develop and monitor standard reporting of metrics and develop and mature key risk indicators and key performance indicators to identify trends and emerging risks.
Participate in root cause analysis and immediate risk mitigation in response to Cyber-Crime events.