Scope: Investigative/internet analyst will leverage open source and commercial software tools to review, assess and collect...
Scope: Investigative/internet analyst will leverage open source and commercial software tools to review, assess and collect data from a disparate list of open and closed web sources, including but not limited to news publications, blogs, social media platforms, paste sites, government websites, forums, onion sites. Responsibilities: Intelligence Gathering and AssessmentAnalyze the data from these various sources and identify investigative opportunities and intelligence to support the many investigative programs within the USPIS to include cybercrime, narcotics, identify theft, dangerous goods and workplace violence.Evaluating Internet information from social media, chats, forums, darknet, Tor network, news feeds, internet relay chats and other sources of data openly available on the Internet. Perform a prioritized assessment of the data to identify the most critical and reliable data in order to identify , bitcoins, locations, accounts, services, travels, email addresses, IP addresses and other pattern of life data in an effort to determine physical attribution of an Internet identity. Create intelligence and investigative reports which represent the steps taken, the data sources reviewed and the conclusions drawn from the evaluation of the Internet information. Data Analysis and ReportingRepresent analysis and research results using tabular, pictorial or graphical techniques. Deliver summary results to various levels of an organization in formats which are easy to understand; showing conclusions and relationships.
Bachelor's Degree in a related technical discipline.
Qualifications:Experience in using cyber intelligence tools and software tools to actively search and mine the publicly available Internet and the darknet/deep web Understanding of the "dark web" and underground cybercrime ecosystems and possess knowledge of navigating through cryptocurrency exchanges.Experience in such visual tools as Microstrategy, Tableau and/or i2 Analyst Notebook. Advanced understanding of the methods used by cyber-criminals to hide themselves on the Internet, how the cyber-criminals conduct online business and what are the various market places and forums the cyber-criminals operate within.Capable to use technology solutions to actively search, analyze and prioritize the various market places and cyber-criminals to identify high value targets for the USPIS investigators. Strong communication and presentation skills along with the ability to work in a highly collaborative environment;Must be able to obtain a Public Trust Clearance. Education: Bachelor's degree in an engineering/cyber discipline with at least 10+ years of professional experience; or equivalent experience/combined education.