CACI International Digital Forensics Examiner in Washington, District Of Columbia
CACI’s accredited Digital Forensics Laboratory (CDFL) is seeking three Digital Forensics Examiners to support law enforcement investigations into securities law violations. Candidate will provide direct technical support to investigative and cyber unit staff, to analyze and interpret suspicious activity involving the compromise of online securities trading accounts, unauthorized system access and dissemination of non-public information.
Ideal candidate is an experienced senior-level digital forensic analyst, cybercrime investigator, or law enforcement digital forensic analyst or agent, who possesses a mastery of digital forensics principles and techniques in acquiring, collecting, preserving, processing, and analyzing electronically stored information. Candidate uses their knowledge and experience of a wide variety of advanced computer technologies and forensic theories to conduct forensic examinations and analysis with the goal of developing forensically sound evidence. Candidate may assign forensic work to a team of digital forensic analysts as well as to monitor the status of assigned tasks and provide technical guidance and assistance to team members as needed. Responsibilities include: managing digital forensics examinations through the entire lifecycle (case planning, intake, acquisition, examination, presentation and disposition); preparing clear and comprehensive notes and reports of findings; and providing oral and written communications to legal staff concerning results of examinations to include legal declarations as well as testimony at trial.
Undergraduate degree in Digital Forensic Science, Computer Science/Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Mathematics, Cybersecurity, Criminal Justice, or a related field
12 years professional work experience in a related field
5 plus years continuous digital forensics experience to include: case planning, evidence collection, forensic acquisition, full-scope examination, results presentation, and evidence disposition
A Master's degree in Digital Forensic Science, Computer Science/Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Mathematics, Cybersecurity, Criminal Justice, or a related field
Digital forensic certifications (one or more): CFCE, CCE, GCFA, GCFE, EnCE, ACE, CCME, or similar certification
Cyber/network related certifications: (one or more): A+; Network+, Server+, GREM, GNFA, CISSP, CCNA, CCNP, or similar certification
Strong technical skills proficiency in the following areas: network communication using TCP/IP protocols, basic system administration; intermediate knowledge of computer network architectures and related systems (router/switch, server, proxy, firewall, IDS/IPS) and system generated logs; thorough understanding of Domain Name Service records.
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