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Senior Forensic Analyst

Our client is seeking a Senior Forensic Analyst to join their team in Martinsburg, WV. This position will provide operational support to the Veterans Affairs security operations computer forensics services.
Responsibilities:
o Utilize Encase and 3rd party forensic tools (provide by the VA) to perform computer forensic services such as digital evidence preservation, analysis, data recovery, and documentation
o Conduct forensic evidence collection remotely and at Falling Water, WV (Martinsburg).
o Maintain chain of custody for all digital evidence in accordance with NIST, VA, and OMB standards
o Support and maintain the NSOC computer forensics laboratories at Martinsburg.
o Collaborate with VA internal and external clients concerning forensic analysis and corrective actions as appropriate.
o Provide Malware analysis support
o Provide Forensics analysis for cyber intrusions
o Provide Forensic process and procedure improvement support
o Support Computer Forensic Services (CFS) and VA legal teams in the planning and execution of electronic discovery tasks using the VA- approved Symantec Clearwell platform and other toolsets such as Encase. These activities shall include:
o Managing and administering the Clearwell system
o Providing continuous guidance and training to Clearwell end-users which include legal teams and technical users
o Case management - creating and managing cases, forensic collection of data, decryption and processing, searching, redaction, reporting, and review
o Clearwell system operations and maintenance - administration, backups, tuning, archiving and recovery, patching, capacity and performance management
o Produce Monthly Forensic Reports
o Produce Monthly eDiscovery (i.e. FOIA) on VA-identified supported cases and report all the findings.
Qualifications:
o GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA) certification (preferred)
o CISSP (preferred)
o Masters w/ 5 years or Bachelors w/10 years or 15 years


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