Noblis and our wholly owned subsidiaries, Noblis ESI and Noblis NSP, are solving difficult problems that help our government and our country. We bring the best of scientific thought, management, and engineering expertise with a reputation for independence and objectivity. We support a wide range of government and industry clients in the areas of national security, intelligence, transportation, healthcare, environmental sustainability, and enterprise engineering. Learn more at noblis.org/about.
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Noblis National Security Partners (Noblis NSP) is comprised of highly skilled and experienced strategic consulting experts, program managers, senior engineers, intelligence analysts, and information technology experts. Our employees are the best in their fields, and they are dedicated to delivering quality products on time. Noblis NSP has a customer-centric philosophy. We form a close partnership among our engineers, managers, and our clients to ensure we build systems and strategies that truly support their mission. Noblis NSP personnel are experts at supporting the most technically demanding IC challenges on time and within budget, while also exceeding customer requirements and expectations. Our Mission is to safeguard our nation by being highly ethical and skilled strategic consultants and technical experts. We deliver cost-effective solutions for our national security customers’ hardest problems.
The purpose of this contract is to provide the government customer with analysts to assist them in their goal to establish global network awareness and threat characterization capabilities that will forecast, alert, and attribute malicious cyber activity and enable Computer Network Operations (CNO).
This effort requires personnel who can research, analyze, and report on computer network probes/attacks, trends, and hacker tools and techniques to produce indications and warning reports on impending network attacks against the United States defense and national infrastructure systems. An analyst should be able to perform intelligence analysis of cyber related targets and technologies. These analyst must have the ability to select pertinent data from a variety of sources to include SIGINT, HUMINT, IMINT, etc. This position requires experience in in-depth reporting styles, specifically assessment writing. Analysts' are considered to be DNI analysts – they must be able to analyze network nodes (people and groups) and characterize those linkages and data flows. An analyst must have in-depth knowledge of digital networks and telecommunications methods. DNI experience is preferred.