Cyber Intelligence Analyst
Are you a driven analyst, with strong vulnerability research and penetration testing skills, looking for a new opportunity to grow within a dynamic, mission focused environment?
As an organisation, Northrop Grumman demands a dedicated team that can adapt quickly to a constantly changing mission environment and must be prepared to think quickly and innovatively, to provide solutions for challenging customer requirements and deadlines.
We currently have an opportunity for a ‘Cyber Intelligence Analyst’ to join our team, with a primary focus on supporting the company within our Cyber security Programme. Your skills should include vulnerability research, reverse engineering and penetration testing; with at least five years’ experience; and with a view to possibly leading a small, rapidly growing team.
Different thinking for a Different world
Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in autonomous systems, cyber, C4ISR, strike, and logistics and modernisation to customers worldwide. In Europe, we are among the leading defence and security suppliers with 2,500 employees and long-established businesses in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Netherlands.
We are involved in a range of future game-changing programmes. Whether this is as a partner in the F-35 Lightning II providing the aircraft with its situational awareness and communications, as a specialist in cyber and intelligence datasets, as the pre-eminent provider of High Altitude Long Endurance unmanned aircraft, or as the ‘go to’ provider for open system architectures for battlespace networks, communications, and command and control, our reputation as an innovator is unparalleled.
How you will make a difference
You will be a Cyber Intelligence Analyst working closely with a team where you will support a diverse and exciting Programme.
Key criteria required...
- Experience across diverse programming languages, such as: C/C++, Python, .net and assembler.
- Able perform software analysis, including the creation of automated scripts, using disassemblers/debuggers such as IDA Pro.
- Experience of vulnerability research and exploitation techniques.
- Experience of designing and developing innovative software solutions.
- Experience of web based tool development.
- The ability to write technical reports and present findings clearly to clients.
- Knowledge of current cyber security threats, methodologies and techniques.
- Deep understanding of the current range of technologies that can be used to defend against online attacks.
- Experience in design, development, test and integration of quality software.
Also, we’d love it if you have...
- Experience of UK Government working practices.
- Working knowledge of Agile/Scrum methodologies, and use of Confluence, Jira and Wiki’s.
If you can do all this and more, you’ll enjoy a growing career as we work hard to continuously innovate the world of cyber security.
Additional information for your consideration...
You will need to be able to hold and maintain UK Government clearances
Being a part of Northrop Grumman gives you the opportunity to use your skills to make a difference in our mission of enabling global security. Our company grows because of our employees' dedication and commitment to achieving our mission, something we always remember. In return for working for us you will have access to a benefits package that provides you with flexibility to balance your professional career with your personal life, health & well-being benefits, discount schemes, pension benefits and investment in your future development.
We are committed to equality and diversity in our workplace. Northrop Grumman provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to an individual’s protected status, including race, ethnic origin, colour, nationality, national origin, ancestry, sex/gender, gender identity/expression, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, religion or belief, creed, age, disability, genetic information, or any other protected status or characteristic.