|Company||MIT Lincoln Laboratory|
|Preferred GIAC Certifications||GCIH, GCFE, GCFA, GNFA, GREM|
As a Digital Forensic Analyst at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, you will play a key role as a member of the Security Services Department’s (SSD) Forensic Analysis Center (FAC). You will provide specialized digital forensic analysis capabilities in support of internal corporate investigations, insider threat investigations, legal requests, eDiscovery requests, and incident response actions.
Conducts computer forensic examinations to include the collection, preservation, processing, and analysis of digital evidence. Substantiates or disproves investigative allegations through adherence to the highest level of industry standards associated with the forensic examination of digital media, to include preparing documentation, preserving systems and media for examination, performing system acquisitions, and conducting detailed computer and network forensic data analysis.
Investigates suspected or identified violations of Laboratory policies and procedures, government regulations or directives and applicable laws by conducting detailed investigations, cursory staff interviews and completing appropriate investigative reports. Coordinates with and assists Laboratory counterintelligence personnel pursuant to inquiries. Conducts forensic inspections, acquisitions and analysis of digital devices and media during perimeter compliance inspections. Prepares detailed, clear and concise forensic case reports and articulates findings to Laboratory management. Performs system and network log analysis by reviewing applicable log files and centralized log reports for specific activity. Coordinates with IT personnel to obtain necessary log files and other system evidence as required.