All Source Intelligence - Insider Threat Analyst Level 2

Location: St. Louis, MO
Date Posted: 03-07-2018
Insider Threat Analysts conduct threat analysis, provide assessments of threats and vulnerabilities, produce investigative leads, uncover policy violations, assess risk posed by trusted insiders, oversee the data collection effort on NGA’s networks using UAM tools, and manage & develop approved data analytics tools like Risk 360. These analysts also prepare and conduct tailored briefings and debriefings and conduct liaison with other agencies and organizations to collaborate on Program operations and lessons learned. Insider Threat Analysts access and integrate information from network monitoring tools and other sources to decipher underlying trends or uncover anomalies and discern obscure patterns and attributes. They compile results into reports or analytical products as required. They prepare and present analysis, in the form of briefings and/or reports, to government leads and managers as required. Insider Threat Analysts perform proactive inquiries and collaborate with NGA investigative entities, IC organizations, and Law Enforcement agencies/entities. Experience with analytical problem solving and familiar with conducting operations relating to insider threat, counterintelligence investigations, and counterespionage. Working knowledge of Intelligence regulations and Intelligence oversight principles and understanding of geospatial-intelligence products, capabilities, and missions. Publishes finished analysis. Knowledge of DoD/Intelligence/law enforcement communities.

  • Minimum of 3 years of all source intelligence analysis experience.  
  • Experience with data analytics tools and data bases (e.g. analyst notebook, etc.), and graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Defense Cyber Investigations Training Academy (DCITA), Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA), DoD, other US Federal Government, Intelligence Community, State, or local intelligence analysis formal training courses or programs.
  • A Bachelor’s degree or greater in a related field desired


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