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This position is a critical role for the second line ORM-T/C Cyber Risk Function targeting the high level, high impact Cyber related threats to Citi's Franchise and Clients with the aim of enhancing the effectiveness of managing operational risks across products, business lines and regions. This is a compact team assessing the comprehensiveness and effectiveness of Citi's current first line Cyber defenses.
The Cyber Risk Threat Analysis (CRTA) VP will be assigned to the Cyber Risk Threat Management Group. The CRTA VP will focus on monitoring the threat landscape, first line reporting, and threats to Citi. The CRTA VP will also be responsible for development and publication of multi-source analytical reports to introduce an independent viewpoint on cyber threat issues impacting Citi with the goal of identifying potential areas for challenge and enhancement within Citi's Cyber Security program. The CRTA VP will also contribute to cyber risk thought leadership position papers and projects. The CRTA VP will leverage subject matter expertise in intelligence tradecraft to independently challenge the first line's criteria, tools and methodologies used for threat intelligence, threat analysis and cyber exercises. The CRTA VP will also support the threat management group in its oversight of regulatory deliverables.
The CRTA VP will perform risk-based analysis of current and emerging cyber threats and incidents and generate assessments that will contribute to (but not limited to) the following:
Independent review and challenge of 1st line analysis and reporting of cyber threat intelligence, incidents, and investigations by the CRTA team
Independent Assessments and Credible Challenges across other Information Security, Investigations, and/or business teams by other members of ORM-T/C
Strategic products and position papers on current and emerging threats, changes to the legal or regulatory landscape which may have a direct effect on the cyber risk posture of Citi and/or its clients, and vulnerability and capability assessments.
Evaluate and produce cyber threat analysis reports within the Cyber Risk organization to introduce an independent viewpoint on cyber threats potentially impacting Citi's Cyber Risk posture.
Manage internal projects that improve the teams' ability measure the effectiveness and comprehensiveness of Citi's first line Cyber defenses.
Demonstrate a strong technical understanding of cyber and technology threats that may have a direct or indirect impact to the global Citi franchise.
Examine tactics, techniques, and procedures of threat actors and control environments of targeted entities to assess whether there is a potential change to the inherent or residual cyber risk to Citi, clients, and partners.
Build partnerships relationships within the organization
Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, cyber security, international affairs, or intelligence-related field or other concentrations of study combined with relevant work experience. Work experience in the Risk Management, Information Security or intelligence domain preferred.
5-7 years of work experience. Demonstrates working technical knowledge of Cyber Security, Data Protection, IT Risk or IT Audit/Compliance.
Understanding and knowledge of how cyber threat intelligence impacts/could impact different financial services and products a plus
Previous US Intelligence Community or Military Intelligence background a plus.
Experience addressing cyber, geopolitical, and technology threat issues required. Working understanding of technical control environments.
Technical certifications including GIAC, CEH, CISM, CISA or CISSP preferred.
Ability to discern and communicate emerging or shifting patterns in cyber threat actor behavior at the strategic level. Deep understanding of cyber threat actor capabilities and motivations.
Strong written communication and presentation skills. Enjoys research and writing a plus.
Maintains an understanding of the intelligence cycle and tradecraft standards. Team work and commitment a must.
Internal Number: 6123382
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