“Working at Airbus CyberSecurity allows me to access and use a variety of advanced tooling and additionally, have access to company paid-for training to support me throughout my journey at Airbus!”
What is a Cyber Threat Analyst?
Using open source and internal tooling for identifying, tracking and investigating high priority threat campaigns and malicious actors that are targeting the Airbus customer base. The role also covers investigating malicious activity on the Dark Web associated with zero day threats. There is also the opportunity to present reports to customers.
What are the super powers required?
Having a comprehensive knowledge of the current threat landscape is essential for the day-to-day activities.
Being able to meet Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and deadlines is important in providing excellent customer service to clients. Additionally, maintaining effective communication can have an extremely positive impact on our customers.
Being able to collaborate closely with the other teams is key in ensuring information can be shared across the Security Operations Centre (SOC).
How did Adam Eyres become a Cyber Threat Analyst?
Adam studied a BSc (Hons) in Forensic Computing & Security at Bournemouth University. Initially, Adam planned to do a generic Computer Science Degree at Bournemouth, however the lecturers managed to entice him to change his options for second year to Forensic Computing & Security.
Adam joined the Airbus graduate scheme in September 2018 and rotations have included Cyber Engineer, Cyber Threat Analyst, Cyber Integrator, Cyber Analyst and Cyber SOC Engineer, with placements ranging from 3-6 months.
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