Morgan Stanley is a leading global financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking, securities, investment management and wealth management services. The Firm's employees serve clients worldwide including corporations, governments, and individuals from more than 1,200 offices in 43 countries.
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The mission of the Cyber Data Risk and Resilience division is to ensure the Firm manages its global businesses and serves clients on a market-leading technology platform that is resilient, safe, efficient, smart, fast, and flexible.
The Security Response Team (SRT) is part of the Cyber Data Risk and Resilience division and manages the incident response capability to support day-to-day cross-enterprise event investigations and strategic input into security controls and countermeasures to proactively create better security for the Firm. The group's vision is to deliver programs that protect and enable the business, ensure secure delivery of services to clients, adjust to address the risks presented by an evolving threat landscape and meet regulatory expectations.
Morgan Stanley is looking for a Triage Analyst to join the firm's Cyber Incident Response Team Operations (CIRT Operations). The global CIRT Operations is a 24/7 operation with members in key geographical locations; providing a first point of contact for security related incidents within the Firm. Its members monitor the Firm's environment for abnormal behavior and potential security breaches. Triage Analysts review, triage, and investigate security alerts, and respond to or escalate security incidents. Triage Analysts provide 24/7 coverage via a follow-the-sun model.
1. Investigate cyber security incidents and threats. 2. Interact with stakeholders and leadership teams as part of the response and remediation efforts. 3. Improve the detection, escalation, containment, and resolution of incidents. 4. Enhance existing incident response methods, tools, and processes. 5. Maintain knowledge of technologies and the threat landscape. 6. Assist non-core business hours during an emergency, critical or large-scale incident. Candidates should have a genuine interest in cyber security and a good understanding of the tactics, techniques, and procedures of attackers. This role requires a detail oriented, critical thinker who can anticipate issues and solve problems. Candidates should be able to analyze large datasets to detect underlying patterns and drive to a root cause analysis.
1. 2+ years experiences (or equivalent) with Security Analysis and Incident Response (i.e. working in SOC/CIRT/CSIRT/CERT). 2. Understand the concept of a threat across multiple technologies and think like an adversary. 3. Sound understanding of TCP/IP and networking concepts; security alerts and incidents. 4. Excellent writing and presentation skills are required in order to communicate findings and recommendations. 5. Experience with investigating common types of attacks; log analysis and reviewing security events. 6. Experience applying Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) techniques in support of investigations. 7. Knowledge on Windows processes and Active Directory 8. Able to work on extended working hours during incidents