Must be clearable to obtain Federal Public Trust Clearance
Shift: 7pm to 7am 3 days on, 4 days off. This will require onsite rotation of working from home and on site support.
Day to Day, but not unlimited to:
Utilize state of the art technologies such as host forensics tools(FTK/Encase), Endpoint Detection & Response tools, log analysis (Splunk) and network forensics (full packet capture solution) to perform hunt and investigative activity to examine endpoint and network-based data.
Conduct malware analysis, host and network, forensics, log analysis, and triage in support of incident response.
Recognize attacker and APT activity, tactics, and procedures as indicators of compromise (IOCs) that can be used to improve monitoring, analysis and incident response.
Develop and build security content, scripts, tools, or methods to enhance the incident investigation processes.
Lead Incident Response activities and mentor junior SOC staff.
Work with key stakeholders to implement remediation plans in response to incidents.
Effectively investigative and identify root cause findings then communicate findings to stakeholders including technical staff, and leadership.
Flexible and adaptable self-starter with strong relationship-building skills
Strong problem-solving abilities with an analytic and qualitative eye for reasoning
Ability to independently prioritize and complete multiple tasks with little to no supervision
Education and Certification Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering Field, IT, or Cybersecurity or related field
3+ years of experience be in the areas of incident detection and response, remediation malware analysis, or computer forensics.
Must have at least one of the following certifications:
SANS GIAC: GCIA, GCFA, GPEN GCFE, GREM, IH ISC2 CCFP, CCSP, CISSP, CERT CSIH EC Council: CHFI, Offensive Security: OSCP, OSCE, OSWP and OSEE Encase: EnCE, DOD 8570: IAT L3, CNDSP Analyst or IR Carnegie Mellon: CSIH