Jessica joined Chevron as a cyber threat intelligence coordinator where her job was to read and edit reports written by cybersecurity analysts. As she learned more about cybersecurity and got on the job training, her interest in the role of a cyber threat intelligence analyst grew. A big part of her job entails researching and accurately writing about the threats Chevron faces, so the best business decision can be made to keep the company protected.
“We have to be very quick, but we also have to make sure that we’re accurate.”
Chevron has a global footprint with operations throughout the world. The job is to protect the information and technology assets in every single country where Chevron does business. Since oil drives economies for a lot of different countries, part of Jessica’s job is being in the know about anything having to do with oil or natural gas resources, including geopolitical events, which can influence operations.
“I really feel empowered in what I do, I feel like I’m having an impact on the world.”