Overview

This position is in the field of forensics analytics working in conjunction with Dell as part of their Incident Response Team.

Details
Location:
On Site Houston TX
Length:
2 Weeks to start with possible extension
Start:
Immediate
Job Posting Date:
11/10/2020
Caveat:
JOb Description

· Conduct digital forensic analysis through, evidence acquisition, evidence analysis, email forensics, registry analysis, user forensic analysis, data carving, artifact analysis, memory analysis, file analysis, log analysis, browser analysis, timeline analysis, file system analysis, malware analysis, anti-forensic detection analysis, social media forensic analysis among others.

· Gather and analyze information for defining requirements, specifications and issues to support the development of new policies, standards, and procedures or update existing ones.

·  Work with a team of diverse individuals and cross-functional teams to solve unique and complex problems with broad impact on the business.

·  Provide clear updates to management on security incidents; Investigate, document, and report on information security issues and emerging trends.

·  Write and publish cyber defense recommendations, reports, and white papers on incident findings to appropriate constituencies.

·  Populate and maintain an error-free chain of custody related to each drive forensically imaged.

Qualification and experience

· Minimum4 years’ experience in Information Security is required along with excellent knowledge of: Law enforcement evidence seizure process, Malware analysis or   reverse engineering, Timeline Analysis, Carving, compiling and analyzing security incident related artifacts, and Network forensics.

·  EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE) preferred.

- Mac and Linux Gurus or Admins to deal with the Linux and Mac environments

- Forensic certifications and experience

- EnCE, CFCE, Bootable forensic tools etc

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