Your key responsibilities The nature of this role means no two projects will be the same. You're likely to balance your time between directly liaising with our clients to understand their situation and create an appropriate response plan. It's all about using your investigative savvy to creatively assess and resolve our clients' needs from the front lines. That means thinking differently about the type of security breach, identifying vulnerabilities, and hardening the IT environment to complicate an attacker's efforts to get back in.
Skills and attributes for success - Managing the key components of a portfolio of Cyber Response projects, including strategy, planning and execution - Developing long-term relationships across a network of existing and potential clients to maximize business development opportunities - Constantly developing your understanding of our clients' industries, identifying trends, risks and opportunities for improvement - Continuously monitor developments in the litigation profession to identify trends that are relevant to your clients - Developing your team through constant coaching and feedback, providing challenging goals and guaranteeing your people have the skills, knowledge and opportunities to grow.
To qualify for the role you must have - A bachelor's degree, supported by approximately 5 to 8 years of related work experience - An in-depth understanding of computer forensic principles including intrusion response, network monitoring, reverse engineering and malware analysis - Possess at least one professional designation, such as EnCE, ACE, CCE, CCFP, or GIAC - Excellent project management skills and the ability to prioritize when working on multiple engagements - Strong negotiation and influencing skills, and the confidence to communicate complex technical concepts to a wide range of audiences - A quantifiable history of business development success. Ideally, you'll also have - Working knowledge of hardware configuration and network/data communications, software development and scripting, and database technology and database exploitation/forensics - Experience with law enforcement evidence seizure and conducting intelligence analysis
What we look for We're interested in passionate leaders, with the intellectual curiosity to actively pursue new knowledge in the rapidly changing world of cyber breach response. Naturally you'll need a firm technical foundation, as well as the ability to translate complex information into meaningful, actionable insights. But we're not just looking for strong technical skills – we're interested in people that have the ability to nurture relations, both internal and external, and are committed to intimately understanding our client's needs. If you're looking to become part of a community of advisors where you'll make a measurable difference across some of the most prestigious businesses around, this role is for you.
Valid Through: 2019-11-12