Facebook Technical Security Analyst, Insider Threat in Menlo Park, California
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Facebook's Security team is looking for a highly motivated Technical Security Analyst to analyze internal tools and detection systems to respond to suspicious activities related to insider threats. Candidates should have a strong technical background, experience with computer forensic and investigative tools, data analytics, system and network administration, and the ability to build or automate tasks and tools. This is a unique opportunity to protect the data and privacy of our company, employees, and community by detecting, investigating, and mitigating insider threats. As part of this role, this person will work closely with our Human Resources and Legal teams to carry out complex internal investigations.
Monitor detection systems and respond to alerts of anomalous or suspicious activity.
Build rules to detect malicious activity and defend against insider threats.
Conduct forensic investigations of laptops, servers, and mobile devices.
Use data analytics to guide detection and surface operational improvements.
Identify and consult on the design of countermeasures to mitigate insider threats.
Summarize and present information from investigations to cross-functional teams.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or equivalent.
2+ years of experience in computer forensic investigations or similar technical investigations.
Knowledge of forensic software (e.g. F-Response, Encase, Blacklight, FTK, Sleuthkit, Autopsy).
Knowledge of operating systems (Windows, macOS, Linux) and database tools (e.g. Hbase, SQL, or similar).
Experience interpreting information from multiple sources and work with large data sets (data analytics).
Incident response, networking or system administration experience.
Certifications: EnCE, CISSP, GCFA/GCFE.
Cloud or SAAS forensics/investigations.
Open source intelligence collection.
Proficiency in multiple languages.
Experience with insider threat detection tools and advanced analytic methodologies.
Experience working collaboratively in stressful situations with a sense of urgency.
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