FHI 360 calls application for the information security internship in North Carolina, United States of America. The successful candidate will be exposed to topics in information security – including phishing, auditing network vulnerabilities, privacy issues, and protection of information.
The incumbent at information security internship will have to perform the following duties
- Learning the art of creating phishing emails to test our employees’ ability to resist clicking on links and attachments.
- Providing a summary of phishing campaigns on a monthly basis to the newsletter.
- Mapping progress for our rating service which monitors traffic to public IP addresses.
- Providing clear and creative charts to model InfoSec progress in multiple areas.
- Attending and participating in InfoSec team meetings.
- Serving as a sounding board for data management and privacy issues for data-centric protection projects.
- Helping in researching topics as assigned.
In order to be eligible for this information security internship, candidates must have the following qualifications
- Must be a member in good standing of a graduate program in Library and Information Science in the RTP area.
- An interest in security and privacy issues as well as a high degree of accuracy.
- Strong attention to detail and also the ability to work independently.
The candidate will gain practical experience to supplement academic studies by:
- Working with a global workforce. Similarly, working with Cofense phishing software to gauge and analyze the behavior of employees.
- Working to create a visualization of information for vulnerability results for different populations.
- In addition to that, candidates will be able to participate in a new program that contains elements of the user interface, information delivery, information management, and user experience and usability.
FHI 360 (formerly Family Health International) is a non-profitable humanitarian organization with headquarter in North Carolina. Since its establishment in 1971, it has been serving more than 70 countries to upgrade health standards. Basically, this organization works to prevent several infectious and chronic diseases. However, it has been fighting to prevent HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Tuberculosis, etc since its first day of operation.