The Global Information Security (GIS) team secures Pfizer’s most important information assets through world class talent, top security controls and an empowered culture that serves to enable Pfizer’s mission of delivering breakthroughs that change patients’ lives.
The Cyber Threat Hunting team is responsible for finding unknown or unidentified threats to the organization that may have evaded existing security defenses and can impact Pfizer assets. With the assumption of system compromise, threat hunters will use various data sources, tools, and investigative methods to identify adversaries, along with the tactics, techniques, and procedures ("TTP's") they use to perform unauthorized and malicious activity. The team is responsible for mitigating risk through threat identification and works to implement stronger security controls and improved threat detection capabilities through every hunt execution.
The incumbent will be a member of the Cyber Threat Hunting team that will execute threat hunts using existing tools and processes across a wide array of data sets in order to find evidence of successful defense evasion. They will use intelligence provided by the Cyber Threat Intelligence team to execute hunts based on known attack vectors and tactics, techniques and procedures indicative of malicious behavior. They will develop new detections and alerts that can help drive the identification of adversaries. The position requires an individual that is a creative, outside the box thinker, who has excellent attention to detail. The position is an individual contributor role that will engage with cyber threat intelligence analysts, cross functional internal colleagues and external partners and will report to the Cyber Threat Hunt Manager in the Cyber Threat Intelligence team within the Pfizer Global Information Security organization.
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