Published on

Jan 30, 2024

Published on

Jan 30, 2024

Published on

Jan 30, 2024

Published on

Jan 30, 2024

Senior Fraud Intelligence Researcher

Senior Fraud Intelligence Researcher

Senior Fraud Intelligence Researcher

Senior Fraud Intelligence Researcher

Full-time

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Mountain View, CA

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On-site

Full-time

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Mountain View, CA

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On-site

Full-time

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Mountain View, CA

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On-site

Full-time

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Mountain View, CA

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On-site

About the job

Overview

Want to be part of a team that is changing how we fight fraud? We are a unique team at Intuit that is focused on finding and quantifying fraud vulnerabilities before they are abused by adversaries. In this role, you'll leverage data, fraud intelligence, and research to identify potential ways that bad actors may target Intuit's products for fraudulent purposes. Your contributions will be instrumental in keeping Intuit and its millions of users safe from bad actors.

What You'll Bring

  • 3+ years of experience as a Threats intelligence researcher on the darkweb, deep web and social media

  • 2+ years of experience in Financial Fraud, Cyber Crime, Military Intelligence or something similar that involved investigating adversary activity

  • A deep understanding of web and mobile technology

  • Cyber opsec expert

  • Deep understanding of the technology used by bad actors to stay anonymous online (RDP, Sandboxed VMs, VPNs, Tor, Tails etc..)

  • Advantage: Experience working with large datasets in SQL, Elastic Search, Python or similar technology

  • High quality intelligence and research “obsession” - won’t leave any stone unturned

  • Creative: Out of the box thinker that is always looking for ways to challenge acceptable norms.

  • Excellent collaboration skills - team player with great people skills, ability to influence across organizations

  • The ability to teach and share your expertise/domain knowledge with your teammates and partners. You know how to simplify complex subjects in a way that anyone can understand them

  • "Self-starter" attitude and the ability to make decisions independently

  • English at a very high level

  • Bachelor or Masters Degree (or equivalent work experience)

How You Will Lead

  • Performing top quality fraud intelligence research on clear, deep and dark web sources while maintaining a high level of opsec

  • Combine expertise in our products and our customers with fraud intelligence findings to be able to:

  • Identify and alert stakeholders of fraud trends and fraud risks that can help them develop a safer environment for Intuit and its customers

  • Be the go to source for stakeholders that want to better understand fraud MOs that are affecting the industry

  • Presenting findings to different stakeholders throughout Intuit

  • Work closely with policy, data science and product teams in order to identify and close fraud vulnerabilities and educate on fraud risks

About the job

Overview

Want to be part of a team that is changing how we fight fraud? We are a unique team at Intuit that is focused on finding and quantifying fraud vulnerabilities before they are abused by adversaries. In this role, you'll leverage data, fraud intelligence, and research to identify potential ways that bad actors may target Intuit's products for fraudulent purposes. Your contributions will be instrumental in keeping Intuit and its millions of users safe from bad actors.

What You'll Bring

  • 3+ years of experience as a Threats intelligence researcher on the darkweb, deep web and social media

  • 2+ years of experience in Financial Fraud, Cyber Crime, Military Intelligence or something similar that involved investigating adversary activity

  • A deep understanding of web and mobile technology

  • Cyber opsec expert

  • Deep understanding of the technology used by bad actors to stay anonymous online (RDP, Sandboxed VMs, VPNs, Tor, Tails etc..)

  • Advantage: Experience working with large datasets in SQL, Elastic Search, Python or similar technology

  • High quality intelligence and research “obsession” - won’t leave any stone unturned

  • Creative: Out of the box thinker that is always looking for ways to challenge acceptable norms.

  • Excellent collaboration skills - team player with great people skills, ability to influence across organizations

  • The ability to teach and share your expertise/domain knowledge with your teammates and partners. You know how to simplify complex subjects in a way that anyone can understand them

  • "Self-starter" attitude and the ability to make decisions independently

  • English at a very high level

  • Bachelor or Masters Degree (or equivalent work experience)

How You Will Lead

  • Performing top quality fraud intelligence research on clear, deep and dark web sources while maintaining a high level of opsec

  • Combine expertise in our products and our customers with fraud intelligence findings to be able to:

  • Identify and alert stakeholders of fraud trends and fraud risks that can help them develop a safer environment for Intuit and its customers

  • Be the go to source for stakeholders that want to better understand fraud MOs that are affecting the industry

  • Presenting findings to different stakeholders throughout Intuit

  • Work closely with policy, data science and product teams in order to identify and close fraud vulnerabilities and educate on fraud risks

About the job

Overview

Want to be part of a team that is changing how we fight fraud? We are a unique team at Intuit that is focused on finding and quantifying fraud vulnerabilities before they are abused by adversaries. In this role, you'll leverage data, fraud intelligence, and research to identify potential ways that bad actors may target Intuit's products for fraudulent purposes. Your contributions will be instrumental in keeping Intuit and its millions of users safe from bad actors.

What You'll Bring

  • 3+ years of experience as a Threats intelligence researcher on the darkweb, deep web and social media

  • 2+ years of experience in Financial Fraud, Cyber Crime, Military Intelligence or something similar that involved investigating adversary activity

  • A deep understanding of web and mobile technology

  • Cyber opsec expert

  • Deep understanding of the technology used by bad actors to stay anonymous online (RDP, Sandboxed VMs, VPNs, Tor, Tails etc..)

  • Advantage: Experience working with large datasets in SQL, Elastic Search, Python or similar technology

  • High quality intelligence and research “obsession” - won’t leave any stone unturned

  • Creative: Out of the box thinker that is always looking for ways to challenge acceptable norms.

  • Excellent collaboration skills - team player with great people skills, ability to influence across organizations

  • The ability to teach and share your expertise/domain knowledge with your teammates and partners. You know how to simplify complex subjects in a way that anyone can understand them

  • "Self-starter" attitude and the ability to make decisions independently

  • English at a very high level

  • Bachelor or Masters Degree (or equivalent work experience)

How You Will Lead

  • Performing top quality fraud intelligence research on clear, deep and dark web sources while maintaining a high level of opsec

  • Combine expertise in our products and our customers with fraud intelligence findings to be able to:

  • Identify and alert stakeholders of fraud trends and fraud risks that can help them develop a safer environment for Intuit and its customers

  • Be the go to source for stakeholders that want to better understand fraud MOs that are affecting the industry

  • Presenting findings to different stakeholders throughout Intuit

  • Work closely with policy, data science and product teams in order to identify and close fraud vulnerabilities and educate on fraud risks

About the job

Overview

Want to be part of a team that is changing how we fight fraud? We are a unique team at Intuit that is focused on finding and quantifying fraud vulnerabilities before they are abused by adversaries. In this role, you'll leverage data, fraud intelligence, and research to identify potential ways that bad actors may target Intuit's products for fraudulent purposes. Your contributions will be instrumental in keeping Intuit and its millions of users safe from bad actors.

What You'll Bring

  • 3+ years of experience as a Threats intelligence researcher on the darkweb, deep web and social media

  • 2+ years of experience in Financial Fraud, Cyber Crime, Military Intelligence or something similar that involved investigating adversary activity

  • A deep understanding of web and mobile technology

  • Cyber opsec expert

  • Deep understanding of the technology used by bad actors to stay anonymous online (RDP, Sandboxed VMs, VPNs, Tor, Tails etc..)

  • Advantage: Experience working with large datasets in SQL, Elastic Search, Python or similar technology

  • High quality intelligence and research “obsession” - won’t leave any stone unturned

  • Creative: Out of the box thinker that is always looking for ways to challenge acceptable norms.

  • Excellent collaboration skills - team player with great people skills, ability to influence across organizations

  • The ability to teach and share your expertise/domain knowledge with your teammates and partners. You know how to simplify complex subjects in a way that anyone can understand them

  • "Self-starter" attitude and the ability to make decisions independently

  • English at a very high level

  • Bachelor or Masters Degree (or equivalent work experience)

How You Will Lead

  • Performing top quality fraud intelligence research on clear, deep and dark web sources while maintaining a high level of opsec

  • Combine expertise in our products and our customers with fraud intelligence findings to be able to:

  • Identify and alert stakeholders of fraud trends and fraud risks that can help them develop a safer environment for Intuit and its customers

  • Be the go to source for stakeholders that want to better understand fraud MOs that are affecting the industry

  • Presenting findings to different stakeholders throughout Intuit

  • Work closely with policy, data science and product teams in order to identify and close fraud vulnerabilities and educate on fraud risks

About Company

Intuit is a global technology platform that helps our customers and communities overcome their most important financial challenges. Serving millions of customers worldwide with TurboTax, QuickBooks, Credit Karma and Mailchimp, we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to prosper and we work tirelessly to find new, innovative ways to deliver on this belief.We encourage conversations on this page and will not delete comments that follow our terms of use. In order to keep this a safe community, the below posts may be removed: Repeated posts of the same content, spam or posts from fake accounts or profiles, offensive language or material, threats to others in the community, posts deliberately aimed to have a negative effect on the community or conversations.

Total Employees

16,112

Company 2-Year Growth

0%

Median Employee Tenure

4.1 years