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If you have dedicated your professional life to stopping cyber threats, if you are the best of the best, if you are someone who lives for the challenges of dealing with rapidly changing cyber threats, then USAA would like to speak with you. We are seeking a Lead Cyber Threat Analyst — to protect the Association’s members, employees, partners and assets from dynamic and evolving cyber threats to both enhance trust and protect the USAA brand. The Lead Analyst independently prevents, detects, analyzes and responds to advanced and emerging cyber threats. We are seeking an organized and dedicated team member — to demonstrate innovation and agility in the mitigation of data exposure risks while ensuring corporate and regulatory requirements are satisfied.
You will inspire and lead cross-functional team members in identifying cyber risks, developing counter-strategies, and implementing innovative solutions. A strong understanding as well as experience in developing/deploying analytical tools and technologies related to cyber security challenges is ideal. The Analyst, acting as a subject matter expert, will regularly advise senior leadership on complex and often unique cyber threat issues.
if you have a passion for cyber security, hunting an evasive adversary, and protecting an enterprise with a noble mission. We would like to talk to you today.
USAA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
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