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The Intrusions Forensics Lead will be required to conduct complex digital forensic analysis involving breaches of critical IT infrastructure, tier 4 and critical forensic investigations, high impact legal and privacy issues requiring digital investigations, and high profile network forensic investigations. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of independently handling large scale, complex post-incident investigations, where techniques such as advanced network forensics, log analysis, timeline creation, and host-based forensics have been applied.
Demonstrating a deep understanding of digital forensic skills, techniques and tools necessary you will conduct live forensics on critical systems, and produce detailed analysis of the root cause of any incidents.
Use host-based and network forensic capabilities to develop information regarding Indicators of Compromise (IOC) and Tactics, Techniques & Procedures (TTPs) for threat actors and malware, which can be shared amongst other internal teams.
Leverage practical experience to develop methodologies for proactive hunting of threat actors in the absence of alerting or rules-based appliances.
Conduct detailed analysis of systems where breaches of critical IT infrastructure may have occurred and provide root cause analysis, impact assessments and rapid response to aid detection of those responsible and make recommendations to assist prevention of similar incidents.
Develop processes and techniques for forensic analysis of emerging architecture in support of critical investigations.
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