The Baker Hughes Cyber Fusion Center's mission is to analyze cyber threat information while increasing the company's cyber threat awareness and protection levels. By providing
awareness, indications, warnings, and operational readiness, the CFC Team
protects Baker Hughes' global business operations, technology infrastructure
and client trust against cyber threats worldwide. This position report to the Chief
Information Security Officer.Essential Responsibilities:
In order to achieve the above results, this position will be responsible for the below functions:
- Drivethe implementation and maturing of the Cyber Fusion Center, including its final design, staffing, operating model, and supporting tool selection.
- Perform cyber threat analysis, alerting, and reporting based on intelligence and information gathered from both internal and external sources.
- Conduct research using multiple data sources, performs analysis and disseminates findings to both technical and non-technical consumers throughout the organization.
- Coordinate risk, vulnerability and threat reporting from Fusion Center participant members
- to create a common operating picture for company assets, thus reducing the company's attack surface or risk exposure and minimizing damage and recovery
- Identify incidents of significance through fusion of current and historic threat data; determine impact, urgency and audience to whom prevention, detection, mitigation and remediation guidance would be most beneficial.
- Analyze cyber threat data and synthesize the analysis with cyber threats impacting the organization; identify, escalate, and fill intelligence gaps.
- Actively monitor and research cyber threats with a direct or indirect impact to the company's brand, regional business operations, technology infrastructure and client trust.
- Prepare written reports and give presentations to internal and external customers.
- Apply expertise to ascertain the impact of an attack and develop threat trends to develop mitigation techniques and countermeasures that can prevent future attacks.
- Provide cyber threat analysis to support to research and development teams.
- Bachelor's or Master's degree
- 10 - 15+ years of hands on experience in cyber security operations, including successful years in team leadership
- Hands-on knowledge of the Cyber Fusion Center concept(s)
- Exceptional coach and mentor to his/her staff
- Strong people-leader skills
- Experience in managing and leading a team during a cyber-incident
- Experience and knowledge in cyber investigations
- Embraces diversity and inclusion
- Ability to review information to determine its significance, validate its accuracy and assess its reliability to technical and non-technical audiences.
In addition to the above qualifications and requirements, the ideal candidate should be familiar with one or more of the following areas:
- Cyber crime Extremist Groups and Cyber Terrorists
- Distributed Denial of Service attacks
- Advanced Persistent Threats
- Malware and Mobile Threats
- Emerging Threats
- Social Engineering
- Insider Threats
- Third Party Risks/Threats
- Data Leakage Threats
- Must be a self-starter, self-motivated and able to work independently with little oversight
- Strong cyber security analytical and situational awareness skills.
- Exceptional written and verbal communication and presentation skills to internal and external customers
- Demonstrated capability to produce written products on a reoccurring basis by working with cross-functional and cross-enterprise teams.
- Strong understanding of the tools and sources available to conduct cyber security alerting, analysis, and enhanced situational awareness.
Baker Hughes Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.