This high impact, high visibility position is part of Cyber Fraud Investigation Team - a key component of Global Cyber Fraud Program which is vital to TransUnion's efforts to identify, investigate, disrupt and prevent attacks targeting our services. This role will specifically aid in threat actor prevention, bot mitigation and technical analysis of cybercrime and fraud operations targeting our information assets. The Investigation Analyst will be responsible for monitoring and engaging key product integrations as well as investigating fraud, suggesting security controls and enhancements, and augmenting ongoing incident management. Key measures of success for this position include: reduced successful cyber fraud attacks targeting our services, the ability to support early identification of significant activity, reporting, rapid response, triage and analysis of technical forensic investigation reports and ability to conduct cyber analysis of investigation reports.
What You'll Bring:
Excellent written, oral and presentation skills and an ability to synthesize information and make clear, concise recommendations on course of action
Excellent understanding of networks, risk management, network security, digital forensics, and security operations
Ability to identify emerging cybercrime and fraud techniques in a fast-paced, highly technical environment. Understand network and system vulnerabilities and provide recommended counter measures or mitigating controls to reduce product risk to an acceptable and manageable level.
Conduct in-depth fraud analysis in support of investigations and present findings to clients or internal partners.
Ability to work well in a fast paced, team oriented environment
Prior experience with data analytics, visualization tools and concepts
Proficiency with drafting detailed, technical reports.
Ability to respond after-hours, weekends and holidays to major fraud events
Passion for fraud schemes and cybercrime investigations.
Good interpersonal, facilitation, and demonstrated emerging leadership skills
We'd love to see
Understanding of our product space as it relates to cybercrime and fraud techniques.
Previous experience in developing and producing reports to executive management.
Ability to prepare reports on meaningful trends and fraud stats.
High level of self-motivation and initiative
Intelligence databases and analytical tools or similar intelligence reporting systems
Analysis of cyber threat intelligence and fraud intelligence.
CISSP, CHFI, CEH, GIAC certifications
Impact You'll Make:
Identify new fraud and cybercrime threats to the product ecosystem and communicate them to relevant stakeholders with particular emphasis on bot mitigation and the Cloudflare platform
Triage and analysis of forensic investigation reports, identification of technical correlations between the reports, and ability to develop digital infrastructure maps (domains, IPs, malware variants) of overlapping cybercrime operations.
Along with the rest of the Cyber Fraud Investigations team, provide operational support to review and analyze alerting for anomalous transactions identified in the product space.
Conduct all-source analysis of cybercrime and fraud tools, methods, and attacks in order to communicated these threats to key stakeholders
Provide presentations to global audiences on cybercrime and fraud threats impacting our services
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, veteran status, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.
TransUnion is a global information and insights company that makes trust possible between businesses and consumers, by ensuring that each consumer is reliably and safely represented in the marketplace.
We do this by having an accurate and comprehensive picture of each person.
This picture is grounded in our legacy as a credit reporting agency which enables us to tap into both credit and public record data; our data fusion methodology that helps us link, match and tap into the awesome combined power of that data; and our knowledgeable and passionate team, who stewards the information with expertise, and in accordance with local legislation around the world.
Because of our work, organizations can better understand consumers in order to make more informed decisions, and earn their trust through great, personalized experiences, and the proactive extension of the right opportunities, tools and offers. In turn, consumers can be confident that their data identities will result in the opportunities they deserve.
We make trust possible, so businesses and consumers can transact with confidence and achieve great things. We call this Information for Good®—it’s our purpose, and what drives us every day.