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Cyber Crime Analyst

Addison, Texas;

Job Description:

Are you passionate about working with the best information security team in the world?  Bank of America is hiring top talent to join our team.

The Cyber Crime Prevention function within Global Information Security is responsible for working across the enterprise to reduce exposure to cyber crime thereby instilling continued confidence of our clients, customers, and shareholders.

The Cyber Crime Response Analyst is responsible to assist in executing the overall Cyber Crime Response strategy.  The candidate will provide specialized support across various lines of business to help mitigate social engineering risks to the enterprise while gathering critical intelligence allowing for improved fraud strategic response actions.  The candidate will review social engineering attack activities to evaluate response possibilities, identify novel techniques or tactics and ensure inclusion in ongoing awareness activities. The candidate will partner with enterprise security teams to improve upon and deliver social engineering awareness content.  The candidate will also work closely with fraud analysts on analytic projects supporting the bank’s initiatives to minimize the bank’s exposure to cyber-crime. 

Responsibilities:

  • Functional understanding of social engineering techniques, tactics and tradecraft, including familiarity with latest attack trends
  • Assess third party communications and motivations, identify social engineering tradecraft and guide response activities
  • Collect information from a variety of sources and produce reports responding to security analyst requirements
  • Understand intelligence driven incident response with a focus on cyber-crime response applications
  • Experience working with global teams and operations groups managing complex problem sets
  • Apply active defense models to Deny, Degrade, Disrupt, and Deter (4D) malicious actors’ efforts
  • Working knowledge of relevant laws, rules and regulations related to cyber-crime
  • Deep understanding of financial fraud and the cyber-crime life cycle
  • Build strategic partnerships across the company to reduce operational exposure to cyber-crime
  • Enable cross-functional stakeholders to identify gaps, develop solutions, and facilitate implementation
  • Establish trusted relationships with key cross-functional business partners including multiple product teams, regional offices, and support functions
  • Leverage knowledge of information security principles to mitigate financial crime and cyber-crime activities
  • Collaborate with peers, industry associations, law enforcement and other trust groups
  • Must be comfortable delivering messages across a wide spectrum of individuals having varying degrees of technical understanding

Experience:

  • 5-8 years of relevant experience
  • A broad knowledge of information security principles, cybercrime and online fraud activities
  • 3+ years of experience in Counter-Intelligence or Human Intelligence collections
  • Deep understanding of social engineering tactics and techniques, including victim recruitment strategies
  • Exceptional executive presentation and communication skills
  • Excellent influencing and problem resolution skills
  • Ability to be comfortable delivering messages across a wide spectrum of individuals having varying degrees of technical understanding
  • Strong leadership skills and qualities which enable you to work with peers and various levels of management

Enterprise Role Overview:

Responsible for supporting the Cyber Crime Protection strategy.  Assists in cyber crime response and investigation efforts and processes. Contributes to the continuous improvement of the Cyber Crime Protection program by researching and partnering to define enterprise requirements. Leverages monitoring and detection products and knowledge of cyber crime issues, threats, and mitigation techniques to protect the enterprise. Partners with stakeholders across various functions to improve the firms cyber crime resilience and client experience. Supports the engagement with customers, clients and stakeholders across various lines of business.

Job Band:

H5

Shift: 

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:

0

Job Description:

Are you passionate about working with the best information security team in the world?  Bank of America is hiring top talent to join our team.

The Cyber Crime Prevention function within Global Information Security is responsible for working across the enterprise to reduce exposure to cyber crime thereby instilling continued confidence of our clients, customers, and shareholders.

The Cyber Crime Response Analyst is responsible to assist in executing the overall Cyber Crime Response strategy.  The candidate will provide specialized support across various lines of business to help mitigate social engineering risks to the enterprise while gathering critical intelligence allowing for improved fraud strategic response actions.  The candidate will review social engineering attack activities to evaluate response possibilities, identify novel techniques or tactics and ensure inclusion in ongoing awareness activities. The candidate will partner with enterprise security teams to improve upon and deliver social engineering awareness content.  The candidate will also work closely with fraud analysts on analytic projects supporting the bank’s initiatives to minimize the bank’s exposure to cyber-crime. 

Responsibilities:

  • Functional understanding of social engineering techniques, tactics and tradecraft, including familiarity with latest attack trends
  • Assess third party communications and motivations, identify social engineering tradecraft and guide response activities
  • Collect information from a variety of sources and produce reports responding to security analyst requirements
  • Understand intelligence driven incident response with a focus on cyber-crime response applications
  • Experience working with global teams and operations groups managing complex problem sets
  • Apply active defense models to Deny, Degrade, Disrupt, and Deter (4D) malicious actors’ efforts
  • Working knowledge of relevant laws, rules and regulations related to cyber-crime
  • Deep understanding of financial fraud and the cyber-crime life cycle
  • Build strategic partnerships across the company to reduce operational exposure to cyber-crime
  • Enable cross-functional stakeholders to identify gaps, develop solutions, and facilitate implementation
  • Establish trusted relationships with key cross-functional business partners including multiple product teams, regional offices, and support functions
  • Leverage knowledge of information security principles to mitigate financial crime and cyber-crime activities
  • Collaborate with peers, industry associations, law enforcement and other trust groups
  • Must be comfortable delivering messages across a wide spectrum of individuals having varying degrees of technical understanding

Experience:

  • 5-8 years of relevant experience
  • A broad knowledge of information security principles, cybercrime and online fraud activities
  • 3+ years of experience in Counter-Intelligence or Human Intelligence collections
  • Deep understanding of social engineering tactics and techniques, including victim recruitment strategies
  • Exceptional executive presentation and communication skills
  • Excellent influencing and problem resolution skills
  • Ability to be comfortable delivering messages across a wide spectrum of individuals having varying degrees of technical understanding
  • Strong leadership skills and qualities which enable you to work with peers and various levels of management

Enterprise Role Overview:

Responsible for supporting the Cyber Crime Protection strategy.  Assists in cyber crime response and investigation efforts and processes. Contributes to the continuous improvement of the Cyber Crime Protection program by researching and partnering to define enterprise requirements. Leverages monitoring and detection products and knowledge of cyber crime issues, threats, and mitigation techniques to protect the enterprise. Partners with stakeholders across various functions to improve the firms cyber crime resilience and client experience. Supports the engagement with customers, clients and stakeholders across various lines of business.

Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week: 

40

Learn more about this role

Full time

JR-21055779

Band: H5

Manages People: No

Travel: Yes, 5% of the time

Manager:

Talent Acquisition Contact:

Michael Geddie

Referral Bonus:

0

Colorado job seekers

Colorado pay range:

$86,000 - $126,400 annualized salary, offers to be negotiated based on experience, education and skill set.

Discretionary incentive eligible

This role is eligible to participate in the Corporate Performance Incentive Plan. Qualified employees are eligible for an annual discretionary award based on their overall individual results and behaviors performance at year-end (limited roles may also qualify for incentives during performance year).

Benefits

This role is eligible for all usual company benefits. At Bank of America, our employees are the foundation of our success. That’s why we’re committed to offering a variety of competitive programs and benefits that support your physical, emotional and financial wellness both at work and at home.