IT Analyst III, Cybersecurity


As a Business Analyst in Cybersecurity Consulting you will interface with many teams within Information Technology and Chick-fil-A to: advise with a Cybersecurity perspective, coordinate remediations to Cybersecurity requests and requirements, and influence Cybersecurity with a Business perspective. You will be the bridge between Cybersecurity and the rest of the Business.


Advise from a Cyber Security Perspective:

  • Receive, prioritize, and coordinate responses to Cybersecurity Consulting Requests
  • Communicate Cybersecurity Standards and Best Practices
  • Coordinate installation and use of Cybersecurity Tools in our Information Systems

Coordinate Remediations from:
  • Pen Test Results
  • Code Review Results
  • Threat Modeling and Hunting
  • Bug Bounty Results

Cybersecurity Industry Standards and Practices:
  • Security frameworks (CIS Top 20)
  • Specialized Security Training (SANS)
  • Risk Modeling

Influence Cybersecurity with a Business Perspective:
  • Gather Business Requirements
  • Negotiate and Discover Cybersecurity risk and posture we can influence the rest of the Business with

Threat Modelling:
  • Identify and prioritize top targets to protect
  • Identify paths to compromise utilizing inside knowledge of our systems
  • I nfluence protections from and detections of Cybersecurity Incident

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, MIS, or similar field of study
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Self-starter who completes tasks without excessive supervision
  • 1 year Business Requirements Gathering

Preferred Qualifications

  • 1 year Cybersecurity Consulting Experience
  • Cybersecurity Training (SANS)
  • GSEC Certification
  • GCIH Certification
  • CISSP Certification

Minimum Years of Experience


Travel Requirements


Required Level of Education

Bachelor's Degree


Technical field of study

Minimum GPA (4.0 Scale)


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