CDC Operational Services
In the event that the Customer lacks the resources or capabilities to manage the CDC, Cyberm offers CDC Operational Services. This Residency Service enables the Customer to (partially or completely) outsource this function to seasoned experts, customized to meet the SLA agreed. Residency Services are flexible offerings that support routine, critical, or executive-level activities and are designed to augment existing staff with onsite consultants. These experienced consultants provide expertise and support in the form of knowledge transfer, establishment of best practices, and dedicated, full-time management of the solution.
CDC Resident Services:
1. CDC Manager
2. Service Delivery Manager
3. Level 1 Analyst
Level 1 Analyst analyzes output from various technologies in order to effectively identify anomalous events and investigative security incidents. Also, a Level 1 Analyst must be able to analyze event logs/system logs (both independently and within a SIEM) from Windows Operating Systems and Unix/Linux Operating Systems
4. Level 2 Analyst
A Level 2 Analyst maintains a good knowledge of the threat landscape and helps enhance current techniques and provides support in the identification of new methods of detecting threats. He performs detailed analysis of security events, using analytical skills and advanced knowledge of IT security and network threats.
5. Level 3: Malware and Forensic Analyst
6. CDC Engineer (Content Engineer)
7. Threat Intel Analyst (TIA)
TIA conducts research and develop/deliver timely protective and predictive cyber intelligence threat assessments. Perform intelligence analysis of cyber activities to attribute entities of interest; their tactics, techniques, procedures, motives, and capabilities; determine malicious behavior; and correlate multiple events and fuse information from multiple sources to determine patterns in malicious activity and associated malware. Works to maintain existing, and develop new, cyber intelligence contacts in the cyber intelligence community.
TIA investigates research and develops independent assessments of cyber intelligence by third parties including CDC partners.