Salary: Not stated
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
The Cyber Incident Response Team Investigations (CIRT) is primarily responsible for conducting investigations and also assisting in responding to network infrastructure events.
Conducting Investigations Primary Responsibilities
CIRT is responsible for establishing a chain of custody for evidence, conducting necessary computer forensics, including bit stream backups of suspect media and hard drive analysis. Investigations may include embezzlement, intellectual property theft, harassment, fraud, business ethics violations, and trafficking of pornography on the Internet or Accenture's intranet. CIRT's assistance also extends to mail file reviews and e-mail tracing as needed in support of these investigations. CIRT also, on occasion, provides technical support to Human Resources and Accenture Legal & Commercial offices in conducting internal investigations.
Responding to Network Intrusions and/or Incidents Secondary Responsibilities
CIRT is responsible for coordinating with numerous groups which could be involved in responding to intrusions, as well as conducting follow-up investigations to such incidents.
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Posted: October 13, 2016
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