Analyst, Cyber-Fraud

TD Bank - Toronto, ON (30+ days ago)

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Job Description

Job Description

Reporting to the Manager, the Cyber-Fraud Data and Insights, this role will function as an analyst in supporting the team to counter and communicate cyber-fraud events and incidents. They will employ various skills including but not limited to link analysis, cyber-enabled fraud trending, open-source intelligence collection, and other expertise necessary to flag fraud and financial crime threats. Strong communication and organizational skills are essential in considering an extensive amount of event and incident information and communicating it in a concise, articulate, and accurate manner. Attention to detail and subject matter knowledge is required to ensure that reported information is recorded and communicated accurately. This cross-functional role works closely with all direct-reports of the Cyber-Fraud Senior Manager.

Key components of the role include:
Ability to accurately triage common cyber-fraud events and incidents identified within or outside the team;
Effective identification of scope for common cyber-fraud events, including appropriate analysis choices and executing analysis as appropriate;
Ability to correctly assess and articulate common incident types based on triage and scope review;
Demonstrated ability to monitor and report on industry, commercial, and open-sources for relevant threat intelligence related to cyber-enabled fraud, insurance fraud, and other financial crimes;
Support the production and maintenance of incident documentation in various formats including: incident chronology, stakeholder status updates; executive briefing notes, and post-incident reports;
Prepare draft publications intended to raise awareness of industry events and trends that may have current or future significance to TD Bank;
Participation in fraud threat and risk assessments to provide supporting documentation;
Effective interaction with internal partners including the: Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT), Digital Channels Fraud Prevention, Digital Channels Incident Management teams (DCIM), Channels Technology Solutions (CTS), and others.

Job Requirements

Job Requirements

This position would be of interest to an analytical individual with a value-added mindset and excellent communication skills. You enjoy dealing with people and fostering positive rewarding relationships. The ideal candidate can have fun even during stressful times and is willing to take a leadership role ensuring the job gets done.

Strong experience in collecting and considering an extensive amount of event and incident information and communicating it in a concise, articulate, and accurate manner to an executive audience;
Ability to generate data visualizations within Excel, PowerPoint, Tableau, and other tools to visually represent event and volume trending;
Possesses creativity and experience in supporting the execution of value-driven strategies and programs;
Motivated to constantly strive to find innovative ways in which to enhance preparedness and response to cyber-fraud;
Creative, out-of-the-box thinker, with conceptual and problem solving skills;
Knowledge of general banking operations;
Ability to develop and maintain internal and external relationships;
Comfortable in working with peers across FCFMG and partner areas;
Exercises excellent judgment and has personal integrity when handling sensitive/confidential information.

Education and Accreditation

University or college degree in business / mathematics / computer science or other quantitative discipline or equivalent experience.
Relevant fraud or information security certifications are an asset.

Inclusiveness

At TD, we are committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees and customers feel valued, respected and supported. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and communities in which we live and serve. If you require an accommodation for the recruitment/interview process (including alternate formats of materials, or accessible meeting rooms or other accommodation), please let us know and we will work with you to meet your needs.

Job Family

Business Analysis

Job Category - Primary

Risk Management

Job Category(s)

Risk Management

Hours

37.5

Business Line

Corporate

Time Type

Full Time

Employment Type

Regular

Country

Canada

**Province/State (Primary)

Ontario

City (Primary)

Toronto

Work Location

310-320 Front Street West Corporate, TD Centre - North - 77 King Street West

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