Education level: Bac+5
Starting salary: €3,500
Confirmed salary: €5,000
ROME Code: M1802
DPF code: M2Z
1. The position in a nutshell
3. Responsibility of the threat analyst
6. In which sector to work?
7. How do I access the profession?
The post in a nutshell:
The cybersecurity threat analyst studies the evolution of the motivations and operating methods of the attackers in order to allow the organization to adjust its cybersecurity strategy. At a more operational and technical level, it provides CERTs/CSIRTs and SOCs with reliable and contextualized information enabling them to adapt and improve their means of prevention, detection and incident response.
Equivalent title: Cyber threat intelligence analyst
Data collection and analysis:
- Collect, qualify, organize, cross-check and analyze raw data from different sources (dark web, open source information, social media, CERT, etc.)
- Maintain exchanges with networks of French and international counterparts
Intelligence activities (threat intelligence) on the context of cybersecurity threats:
- Understand the issues and the context of the cyber threat, monitor emerging threats
- Qualify the threats that may target a type of organization, study the level of exposure to risks
- Provide support in understanding the incidents encountered
Support for improving means of detection:
- Analyze known attack techniques and modus operandi
- Improve detection capabilities
Capitalization and sharing:
- Write alerts and analysis reports to better understand the threats to the environment
- Produce analysis documents to feed detection tools
- Update knowledge bases
- Share, during a cybersecurity incident or crisis, the state of understanding of the threat and the likely assumptions regarding the evolution of the incident or crisis
Our advice: this position is open to women and men. Motivation and the desire to learn are the fundamental qualities for the success of your project. Don’t put a barrier on yourself, you can do it.
- Good knowledge of the organization’s challenges and professions
- Ability to understand cybersecurity threats
- Ability to leverage open sources in a secure manner
- Implementation of monitoring plans for one or more specific sectors
- Detection, qualification and analysis of relevant information
- Geopolitical and geostrategic watch
- Ability to synthesize the elements analyzed
- Ability to integrate into networks to practice technology watch
The salary will depend on his previous experience, certifications or skills he can attest to. However, the salary of a beginner for the job of cybersecurity threat analyst is between 3,200 and 3,500 euros gross monthly. With experience and after 5 to 7 years of activity, a cybersecurity threat analyst can expect to earn between 4,000 and 5,000 euros gross monthly.
In which sector to work?
The cybersecurity threat analyst can work for any type of company, whether in the public or private sector. It can be oriented towards the industrial sector or even service companies or even the public sector. Here are some companies looking for cybersecurity trainers:
- Orange Cyberdefense
Description of the profession in the ANSSI directory
This profession is developing within organizations that have a SOC-type structure.
How to access into the job?
Training: Bac + 5, including specialization in economic intelligence / monitoring or specialization in cybersecurity Knowledge of one or more foreign languages.
Our Intra-company training
From 2023 the CSB SCHOOL will offer you to train your employees to help them develop their different skills in the cybersecurity field. After a thorough study of the need by our development manager, you will be put in touch with our different pedagogical experts on the identified theme.
Master Cybersecurity expert
The Master's block is adapted to professions with responsibility and to very specific needs of cybersecurity. It will allow you to deepen and refine your knowledge and skills in one of our 4 specialties: Information Technology (IT), Industrial (OT), Security Operations Center (SOC) or Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC).
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