Eagle Ray, Inc.

  • CI Digital Forensic Examiner

    Job Location US-VA-Springfield
    ID
    2018-2801
    Security Clearance
    Top Secret/SCI (TS/SCI)
  • Overview

    Eagle Ray is looking for a Sr. Examiner who will contribute to the publication of required reports and ensure all required reports are complete with minimal errors and that all
    processes, activities, and reports are conducted with in established time frames. The Team Chief will also ensure examiners are trained in and follow the current standard operating procedures.

    Responsibilities

    • Perform Digital Media Acquisition and Digital Forensic Review of various platforms to include Windows, Linux, and Mac OS based systems using a variety digital forensic tools.
    • Investigate suspected instances of computer, mobile device, and network penetrations.
    • Ingest media into an archive, copy media images, and employ advanced media forensics tools during the course of a forensic examination (ENCASE and Windows Forensic Toolkit are two of the many tools used for media forensics).
    • Investigate and eradicate computer viruses and malicious code and prepare, write, and present reports and briefings.
    • Provide weekly status updates when conducting forensics.
    • Provide a written report at the conclusion of each forensics examination. Reports will include, at a minimum, the following information (a template and standard operating procedures will be made available on site to provide additional guidance).
    • Personnel will conduct CI cyber inquiries to determine possible foreign intelligence entity involvement with an NGA computer system. In the process of conducting an inquiry, Reports of Inquiry must be produced and updated weekly. Reports will include, at a minimum, the following information (a template and standard operating procedures will be made available on site to provide additional guidance).
    • Perform in-depth forensics examinations of computers, mobile devices, networks and other electronic and digital devices.
    • Possess experience conducting computer forensics analysis within the Department of Defense and/or IC.
    • Attend periodic CI and law enforcement community cyber investigations awareness briefings.
    • Brief CI cyber products and CI cyber service results to senior NGA leadership.
    • Collaborate with internal and external IC partners to share and gather technical threat information to enhance forensics examinations.
    • Integrate information from forensics examinations and compile results into reports as required.
    • Prepare and present forensic findings in the form of briefings and/or reports, to government leads and managers as required.
    • Participate in IC and Department of Defense technical exchange and collaboration meetings as required.
    • Produce detailed CI cyber forensics reports as required.
    • Provide support to all CI mission functions as required.
    • Participate in IC Community and NGA technical meetings and working groups to address issues related to computer security and vulnerabilities.
    • Investigate suspected instances of computer, mobile device, and network penetrations.
    • Ingest media into an archive, copy media images, and employ advanced media forensics tools during the course of a forensic examination.
    • Effectively utilize all applications and common analytic software tools (i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Analyst Notebook).
    • Coordinate CI Cyber activities originating from Enterprise Incident Response Events.
    • Conduct liaison between CI Office and CSOC.

    Qualifications

    Required:

    • Active TS/SCI
    • Min. of 11 yrs. of forensic experience in CI or law enforcement investigations.
    • Bachelor’s Degree.
    • Possess or gain and maintain, at vendor’s expense, a digital forensic examiner certification within six months of assignment. Qualifying certification sources
      include government, military, and industry.
    • Must obtain and maintain IAT III certification to comply with DoD 8570.01-M Information Assurance Technical (IAT) requirements within one calendar year of assignment at the sole expense of the vendor.

    Desired:

    • Be a credentialed graduate of an accredited federal CI, federal law enforcement, DoD CI, or DoD law enforcement training academy (ex. FBI Academy, etc.).
    • Bachelor’s degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics.
    • Post-graduate degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics.
    • Demonstrates experience with of foreign adversaries’ security and intelligence services, terrorist organizations, and cyber threats posed to NGA, DoD and IC partners.
    • Possess a DoD Cyber Crimes Investigator certification.
    • Demonstrates experience with the latest forensic technologies such as Access Data Forensic Toolkit (FTK).
    • Digital forensic examiner certification. Qualifying certification sources include government, military, and industry.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

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