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More than one position may be filled through this vacancy announcement.
As the Senior Cyber Intelligence Officer, you will manage the cyber intelligence program. You will be responsible for the following duties and responsibilities:
Developing and implementing effective, long-term, sustainable strategic information and intelligence policies consistent with NCUA mission requirements.
- Providing expert review and/or testimony for Congress, NCUA Board and senior leaders on cyber threats and other national security threats to the credit union sector.
- Working with senior technical experts from the Intelligence Community, Law Enforcement, Department of the Treasury, and the Office of Examination and Insurance to provide releasable, unclassified information to strengthen cybersecurity and overall preparedness of the credit union sector.
- Conducting extensive analysis of raw strategic information and intelligence information derived from open sources and Intelligence Community reporting in order to provide input to leadership on key trends and developments in use of exploits, malware, or other network operations by criminal organizations, state actors, or other adversaries.
- Planning, organizing, developing, and executing intelligence analysis in order to drive objectives and evaluations of NCUA continuity of operations, National Special Security Event (NSSE), Special Events (SEs), and National Level Exercise (NLE) plans.
- Representing NCUA and maintaining effective relationships with the Intelligence Community, law enforcement community, Department of Homeland Security, Department of the Treasury, and other regulatory agencies through liaison activity and ensures that NCUA remains aware of national security threats, including cyber-attack tactics, techniques and procedures, terrorist activity, international money laundering, and other strategic information and intelligence impacting the financial sector.
- Occasional Travel
- Required to give and/or attend training.