Intelligence Analyst
Posted on 3/20/2023

501-1,000 employees

London, UK
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Social Media
Social Media
  • Written and spoken proficiency in one of the following languages is preferred but not required (Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, Italian, Korean, German)
  • Experience in open source and social media research, or investigations, typically obtained in 2-3 years; ability to connect the dots
  • Creativity in leveraging internet search techniques and methods
  • Ability to determine the credibility, value, significance, and relevancy of information from different data sources to produce clear, concise, and timely analytical products
  • Strong written and oral communication skills; comfortable with providing briefings and presentations
  • Experience producing short and long form reports, applying BLUF or similar models
  • Comfort working independently and in teams
  • Experience with some of the following: Social Media Platforms, blogs, IRC, Deep / Darkweb ,and message boards
  • Ability to collect, authenticate, validate and document online evidence
  • Proficient with at least one online investigative tool, such as Whois, Ping, Traceroute, etc
  • Proficient in Google Suite of programs
  • Learn and employ ZeroFox patented technology to identify and analyze relevant information collected from the Internet, based on client-specific criteria, to assemble relevant findings for daily intelligence reporting
  • Assist in customer care and all production aspects covering the range of assigned duties
  • Support and /or lead recurring deliverables and touch points (ad hoc / daily / weekly / monthly / quarterly and / or annual):
  • Security/Incident Alerts
  • Intelligence Reports
  • Trend and summary reports
  • Strategic assessments and reviews
  • Client briefings
  • Support collection enhancement with ongoing and proactive collaboration with Collection Management and 24x7 support
  • Dedication and willingness to provide support in response to ad hoc threats and periods of increased risk. This may entail on occasion:
  • Ad hoc investigations and assessments
  • Ancillary threat monitoring outside core business hours
  • Proactive professional development through company trainings, industry certifications, and seeking new opportunities to maintain and grow relevant knowledge and skillsets
  • Identify and communicate enhancement opportunities and improvement ideas for the department's operations
Desired Qualifications
  • Public or private sector experience as an analyst, researcher, investigator or consultant supporting a security, risk or due diligence function
  • Experience in conducting studies and making recommendations to identify threat vectors, threat actors, and threat trends
  • Experience in conducting studies and making recommendations to identify threat vectors, threat actors, and threat trends
  • Experience in briefing decision-makers and senior leaders
  • High degree of knowledge of Social Media Platforms, blogs, IRC, message boards, Deep/Darkweb
  • Knowledge of IPv4, IPv6, DNS records, E-mails Headers, P2P
  • Possession of excellent project/team leadership, development, and client relationship skills
  • Knowledge and familiarity with relevant threat landscapes or industry practice areas such as cybercrime, online fraud, physical/corporate security, activism, hacktivism, reputation risk, travel security, geopolitical or policy issues
  • Bachelors degree with relevant coursework