Defensive Cyber Planning Specialist

    • Seonghwan, South Korea

Job Description
The candidate will provide Defensive Cyberspace Operations (DCO) Planning and Analysis expertise and guidance services in support of US CYBERCOM's Cyberspace Operations - Integrated Planning Element (CO-IPE) within the USFK Joint Cyberspace Center (JCC) contract.

Analyst shall serve as a DCO and DCO Intelligence Planning Specialist.

Analyst should have a strong understanding of defensive cyber capabilities, tools, adversary tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), and cyberspace activities and terminology. Candidate should possess specialized knowledge in the Korean Theater of Operations (KTO), the Pacific theater, and indicators of advanced persistent threats (APTs). Candidate should be familiar with mission planning, DCO tools and capabilities, prioritization, and development of briefing products including mission parameters and mitigation plans.

Analysis includes serving as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for DCO Analysis and Planning.

- Receive and interpret All-Source intelligence related to cyberspace activities.
- Develop DCO Intel planning products, including assessments, updates, summaries, event-based storyboards, and planning briefings and products.
- Monitor and assess enemy cyberspace capabilities and intent.
- Answer DCO requests for information (RFIs) from internal and external organizations and provide reach-back capability to US CYBERCOM resources.
- Participate in DCO exchanges and collaborations with theater and national DCO, CPT, and intelligence analysts.
- Provide DCO expertise to Combined Operations and Host Nation Liaison efforts supporting the IA/CND Information Sharing Agreements, as necessary.
- Executing, drafting and editing Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) documentation.
- Maintain 8570.01 compliance for IAT level I, such as A+ or Network+

Required Skills and Education
- Receive and interpret All-Source intelligence related to cyberspace activities.
- Develop DCO Intel planning products, including assessments, updates, summaries, event-based storyboards, and planning briefings and products.
- Monitor and assess enemy cyberspace capabilities and intent.
- Answer DCO requests for information (RFIs) from internal and external organizations and provide reach-back capability to US CYBERCOM resources.
- Participate in DCO exchanges and collaborations with theater and national DCO, CPT, and intelligence analysts.
- Provide DCO expertise to Combined Operations and Host Nation Liaison efforts supporting the IA/CND Information Sharing Agreements, as necessary.
- Executing, drafting and editing Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) documentation.
- Maintain 8570.01 compliance for IAT level I, such as A+ or Network+.

- Requires 6-10 years relevant DCO and/or Planning work experience, with at least 2 years Cyber/Threat Intelligence experience.
- Korean language proficiency (DLI 1/1/1 rating or TOPIK level 2) desired but not required

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