Seeking a Cyber Forensics Analyst with a strong analytical background, practical experience in visual and text analytics, programming capability, and sound written and verbal communication skills. Forensics analyst will have the opportunity to support the organization's E-Discovery and litigation support activities, such as fraud, data theft/breaches, misuse, investigations computer incidents, and litigation. Duties and Responsibilities: - Technical expertise to scope, acquire, preserve, validate, and maintain structured and unstructured electronic data - Develop data mining and visual techniques to uncover evidence and present historical events - Analyze and mine large volumes of electronic data for indicators of information deletion, policy violations or misuse - Develop raw and technically reviewed information into insights and supportable conclusions - Support all analysis activities that fall under E-discovery and Computer forensics including: Data Acquisition, Making Forensics Copies, Data Recovery, Data Preservation, Frequency and Trending analysis, Relationship Models, Link Analysis, Timeline Analysis, and Dashboards - Convey both verbally and in writing
Needs detailed knowledge and advanced expertise in some or all of the following – depending on level
Digital Forensics collection and analysis methodology, key forensics concepts, and identifying types of evidence on current Windows and Unix operating systems.
Evidence Acquisition, Preparation and Preservation (evidence chain-of-custody and integrity, E-discovery concepts, evidence acquisition and preservation, and the tools and techniques used by computer forensic examiners)
File and Program Activity Analysis - Windows registry, file metadata, memory, and file system artifacts can be used to trace user activities on suspect systems.
Log Analysis: Operating System and application logs, and the types of information they can provide.
System and Device Profiling and Analysis
User Communications Analysis – (host-based and mobile email applications, Instant Messaging, and other software and Internet-based user communication applications)