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Computer Forensic & Intrusion Analyst (Senior)

at CyberCore Technologies

Posted: 4/2/2019
Job Reference #: 8405
Keywords: technical, system

Job Description

Location:
Annapolis Junction, MD

Job Code:
5399-DC3II

# of openings:
1

ALL CANDIDATES MUST HAVE AN ACTIVE TS/SCI WITH A POLYGRAPH CLEARANCE!

Description:

  • Provides forensic examination support
  • Conducts forensic examination processes on a variety of media including hard drives, thumb drives, memory cards, and cellular devices
  • Creates detailed notes on processes undertaken and develops forensic reports in support of criminal investigation and prosecution
  • Assists the customer in developing new and innovative forensic processes and procedures
  • Conducts peer reviews of other examiners' reporting and serves as a mentor for less experienced examiners
  • Provides expert witness testimony in both military and civilian courts in support of forensic examinations conducted by the examiner

Required Experience:

  • Demonstrated experience in the field of digital media forensics
  • Demonstrated experience in mobile device data extraction and analysis (CELLEX)
  • In-depth experience with file system forensics
  • In-depth experience with registry analysis
  • In-depth experience with Internet history analysis
  • Understanding of managing complex large data set analysis
  • In-depth experience with timeline analysis
  • Experience with forensic media imaging
  • In-depth experience with email analysis
  • In-depth experience with signature and hash analysis
  • Demonstrated experience with forensics tools such as EnCase, Forensic Toolkit and Xways
  • Strong documentation and written communication skills with technical report writing experience

Desired Experience:

  • Industry standard certification(s) such as: CFCE, EnCE, ACE, GIAC, DoD
  • Forensic tool and script development
  • Programming experience
  • Law enforcement investigation experience and understanding of search and seizure