2023 Intern - Cyber Fraud Investigations
The Cyber Fraud Investigations Intern will work with senior investigators to identify and investigate digital fraud affecting the software industry. The successful candidate will have a deep technical and analytical skills set. After working alongside the Cyber Fraud Investigations Team, the individual will have extensive knowledge of technical fraud affecting software companies, technical investigative methods, and anomaly detection within large data sets. The candidate will also work with other business partners to learn to identify gaps in processes and recommend areas for improvement.
What You’ll Do
- Investigate instances of cyber fraud. Cases will include bot detection, unauthorized access, hacking, commerce fraud, piracy, and product abuse.
- Analyze exception reports to identify fraudulent activity and identify trends.
- Make recommendations to improve the exception reporting program.
- Utilize technical investigative tools including SQL, graph database services, internet monitoring and deep-web research tools.
- Partner with internal business groups to deeply understand vulnerabilities and fraud-related risk mitigation methods.
- Recommend policy changes to mitigate or eliminate fraud and fraud-related risks.
- Learn and keep up with industry identification techniques and threat actor patterns
What You Need to Succeed
- Strong communication skills – You are comfortable explaining complex problems breaking them into small pieces and summarizing them in simple terms.
- You’re a creative, deep-thinker – You have a knack for figuring out how things work (or break), and never settle on one solution/approach to an objective.
- Hands-on data experience - You have a basic understanding or experience with SQL, NoSQL or Python.
- Technical skills - Deep understanding of online threat landscapes including IP addresses, device identifiers, web hosts and foundational networking protocols.
- An inquisitive nature – You seek to understand human social behavior & motivation/reaction.