DFIR Manager Description Identify and ultimately oversee, manage, and lead a team of junior personnel primarily focused on response services such as data forensic examinations and incident response. Assist with project scoping, manage client expectations, perform and QA forensic analysis, review deliverables, and help build the DFIR group. Coordinate and prioritize tasks for all projects with team daily, help scope new projects, communicate frequently with clients via phone and email, meet with other divisions in NY office, and meet with clients as needed. Qualifications 5-7 years direct experience with incident response lifecycle including identification of a breach, containment of a breach, preservation of relevant data and logs, and performing data and log analysis. Data forensic imaging of all types of sources (computers, phones, servers, cloud, etc.), data forensic analysis, and malware analysis. Ability to perform Internet investigations (OSINT) and experience with the dark web is a plus. Expectations Primary work location will be NJ lab. Must be able to respond to clients after normal business hours including weekends and holidays. Must be able to travel domestic and international, sometimes with short notice. Consulting experience in Information Security Professional certification such as CISSP, CISM, GSEC, GIAC, CEH, or CPT Education and Experience Bachelorrsquos degree in relevant discipline (e.g. MIS, CIS) required 3+ years in a related field required, preferably in professional services andor industry Strong analytical skills, including excellent proficiency in determining business needs and understanding complex process, systems, or data issues
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