• Competitive
  • New York, NY, USA
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Moody's
  • 2019-03-24

VP Cyber Risk Analyst

Location: New York, NY, USA

The MIS Cyber Risk Group focuses on the impact of cyber risk on credit as the potential exposure for global governments, companies and institutions continues to rise. The group is responsible for creating and executing a cyber-risk analytics and research agenda and developing approaches for the assessment of cyber risk.

The VP Cyber Risk Analyst will have the ability to shape Moody's Investors Service (MIS) strategy, analytic, research and outreach framework for cyber risk and its relationship to credit and the financial markets. The role exists to produce timely and relevant research reports on cyber risk and help credit analysts understand and articulate the impact of cyber risk on financial performance.

The successful candidate has a background in cyber threat intelligence and ability to communicate clearly to a non-technical audience.

Responsibilities:
  • Curate and analyze cross industry cyber events for credit analysts and business executives through presentations and written reports.
  • Create and co-author original cross sector research focused on the intersection of cyber risk and financial exposure.
  • Work with group members in developing an analytic approach to the impact of cyber risk on credit.
  • Identify and analyze public and commercially available cyber risk data sets.
  • Work with MIS analysts on sector-specific publications in order to convey Moody's opinion and maintain a consistent voice on cyber related credit matters.
  • Assist in driving the cyber risk group research and outreach agenda by creating a pipeline of potential research topics and industry engagement opportunities
  • Work with the outreach and events team to bring cyber risk content into MIS issuer events


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Qualifications
Required
  • Bachelor's or degree in a related field with a 6-8 of years of directly related job experience, or a master's degree in a related field and 3-5 years of related job experience.
  • Experience working in cyber threat intelligence or incident response role.
  • Prior work publishing or researching cyber risk issues and trends is a plus.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills
  • Sound judgment and highest ethical standards
  • Experience with financial analysis / accounting practices are a plus
  • Capable of developing independent opinions and defending own views


Preferred
  • Professional, pro-active, flexible, diligent and dependable
  • Highly organized and efficient, with ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines


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