Lead Cybersecurity Analyst - CSIRTApply Now Location: 7000 Target Pkwy N, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, United States, 55445; job id: R0000184684
job family: Security Analysis
schedule: Full time
JOIN TARGET CYBERSECURITY AS A LEAD CYBERSECURITY ANALYST - CSIRT
Target as a tech company? Absolutely. We’re the behind-the-scenes powerhouse that fuels Target’s passion and commitment to cutting-edge innovation. We anchor every facet of one of the world’s best-loved retailers with a strong technology framework that relies on the latest tools and technologies—and the brightest people—to deliver incredible value to guests online and in stores. Target Technology Services is on a mission to offer the systems, tools and support that guests and team members need and deserve. Our high-performing teams balance independence with collaboration, and we pride ourselves on being versatile, agile and creative. We drive industry-leading technologies in support of every angle of the business, and help ensure that Target operates smoothly, securely and reliably from the inside out.
As a Lead Information Security Analyst on CSIRT, you will assist with leading the team as you assess information security events and incidents across the Target environment. In this role, you will use your expertise to collaborate and utilize problem solving skills as you work among a team of skilled analysts to address complex problems within a 24x7 Cyber Fusion Center (CFC) environment. You will implement new processes and procedures as identified by the CSIRT and CFC Leadership to ensure continuous improvements for Target’s monitoring, detection and mitigation capabilities. You will use your expert-level knowledge of Information Security to monitor SIEM and logging environments for security events and alerts to potential (or active) threats, intrusions, and/or compromises. You will lead internal training of CSIRT Analysts to ensure their continued education as an Analyst and growth. You will work to understand the global threat landscape by working with Target Cyber Threat Intel team to maintain awareness. You will review and guide requests from internal teams and will escalate information security events according to Target’s Cyber Security Incident Response Plan. Additionally, you will lead with containment of threats and remediation of environment during or after an incident. You’ll act as the leader during Cyber Hunt activities alongside of the Target's Cyber Hunt Team. You will leverage your expert-level knowledge to write comprehensive reports of incident investigations.
- 4-year degree or equivalent experience
- 5+ years’ direct experience with Information Security Technologies or Data Privacy Consulting or PCI-DSS Consulting
- Demonstrates leadership skills that assist with driving desired outcomes
- Security certification (e.g. Security+, GCIA, GCIH, CISSP)
- Thorough understanding of advanced security and network concepts (Operating systems, intrusion/detection, TCP/IP, ports, etc.)
- Expertise with host and network-based security tools
- Expertise with network monitoring in a SOC environment
- Ability to demonstrate expert-level analytical expertise, close attention to detail, excellent critical thinking, logic, and adaptive learning
- Knowledge in Malware Analysis and Memory Forensics desired
- Ability to navigate ambiguity and develop working business relationships
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
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