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TDNA Analyst - Apprentice


Target Digital Network Analyst (TDNA) - Apprentice

Job Description:

As a member of our team, the successful candidate will support delegated National SIGINT missions and provide SIGINT support to our customer by collecting, processing, analyzing and disseminating informal and finished products.

Clearance Required:

TS/SCI clearance required.


  • 4-8 years of analytic and/or reporting experience

  • Understand and be experienced with both Dialed Number Recognition (DNR) and Digital Network Intelligence (DNI) and associated databases


  • Provide expert analysis and reporting in response to time sensitive requirements for support to Army and Intelligence community customers
  • Prepare analytical products and reports in response to requests for information
  • Work effectively as a member of a diverse team, giving and receiving effective feedback.
  • Prepare and conduct briefings on ongoing analysis and product development
  • Participate in reviews and assessments of current intelligence tools, processes, tactics, techniques, and procedures
  • Analyze network intrusions and create network defense signatures
  • Perform basic malware triage and report findings
  • Participate in tool development across the intelligence community
  • Familiarity with computer networking and telecommunication architecture, the OSI model, communication protocols, and common hacker TTPS
  • Familiarity with malware analysis/triage
  • Familiarity with computer network-based research, analysis, and Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Training and experience with necessary SIGINT tools and databases
  • Ability to identify the difference between anomalous and malicious network activity
  • Analyze network intrusion in order to create network defense signatures.

Work location:

  • Ft. Belvoir, VA
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