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Senior Computer Forensic Manager

 

Start : Immediate
Toronto, Ontario

 

Position Responsibilities:

The candidate will assist in the deployment and use of appropriate Forensic Technology processes and tools on a wide variety of engagements, both in support of existing services and as a stand-alone service to Law firms, corporate clients and Government agencies.
The candidate  will manage the daily operations of ongoing computer forensic investigations, data quality control, data recovery processes, provide in-depth highly technical analysis of various types of data using proprietary and cutting edge forensic utilities related both to computer forensics and E-Discovery.
The candidate will be expected to actively support proposal development, conduct presentations to internal and external clients, supervise, lead, and train junior consultants, provide input with respect to practice technology initiatives and investments, and continue to build a network of client contacts.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:

  • Manage and coordinate computer forensic services delivery in support to Digital Wyzdom Forensic engagements, E-Discovery mandates and on stand-alone service offerings.
  • Supervise all processes in obtaining, cataloging and maintaining evidence
  • Coordinate all digital evidence capturing and processing with Digital Wyzdom Forensic professionals.
  • Coordinate and support a computer forensic lab in a technically secure environment.
  • Meet and interact with clients, regulatory and law enforcement agencies to provide appropriate responses to their questions and concerns of our approach or service offerings for a particular assignment.  
  • Work with Managing Director or Senior Managers, leading the day-to-day field work (client facing) of multiple smaller or mid-sized engagements or portions of larger engagements.
  • Supervise, mentor, coach and guide more junior team members on engagements and administrative projects.
  • Perform appropriate forensic procedures to capture and preserve evidence for future use and analysis in a manner that allows for appropriate chain of custody and admittance into legal proceedings.
  • Help in the preparation and/or execution of Anton Pillar or other search warrants as required by the courts.
  • Prepare written reports summarizing our procedures and findings in a clear logical and concise manner that is acceptable to both internal and external parties.

Education and Background Requirements:

Computer Science degree or certificate of 5+ years relevant experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Civil or criminal computer forensic investigative experience preferred.
Extensive hands-on experience with computer forensic investigations.
Experience with 3rd party forensic software, disk duplication hardware write blockers.
Committed to continuous learning and a willingness to take external courses leading to one or more designations relevant to Forensic.

Strong competency with the following considered an asset:

  • A+, N+, CISSP, CISM
  • Computer hardware and software
  • Proficiency with Windows operating systems and Linux/Unix
  • General Networking and system concepts/architectures
  • General Database concepts
  • Document management
  • Troubleshooting - Assess and troubleshoot a variety of technical issues
  • Microsoft Exchange Server - Lotus Notes
  • Midrange operating systems. 

Ability to work independently and as a member of a multi-disciplinary team with minimal supervision.

Highest personal integrity and professionalism in personal and professional undertakings.

Excellent analytical, consultative, and communication skills.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with particular attention to details.

Excellent ability to work effectively with clients, forensic professionals and computer forensic specialists.

Excellent client service skills with the ability to understand the client and businesses.

Ability to establish and maintain strong client relations.

Ability to deliver quality service and value to clients.

IT Manager

 

Start : Immediate
Toronto, Ontario

 

Position Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will hands-on lead and manage outsourced client IT Support engagements with the following accountabilities:

Project Management:
Lifecycle development from requirements definition to implementation and warranty support.
Management of small to large project groups including multiple internal applications and external vendors.   Estimation and planning, risk assessment, contingency planning, tracking and management of progress, issues, budget, risk and resources.

Accountability for project budget and time lines.
Manage client relationship to build knowledge of business partner’s business, application and corresponding IT applications.
Ensure client satisfaction by communicating with them in a timely manner regarding project status, escalating and resolving issues as they arise.

People Management:
Provide clear expectations to staff and provide ongoing feedback on individual and team achievements.
Provide effective and timely communication with the project delivery team, including project status, risk assessment and project health.
Manage employees in compliance with all HR policies, procedures and guidelines of conduct.
Manage and measure performance of all project team members and perform all PP&D processes.

Teamwork:
Encourages others.
Publicly credits others.
Encourages or empowers others to make them feel valued.

 

Technical:

Manage the resources required to support and develop the I.T. infrastructure in use by the company; including the ERP system, network and server infrastructure, PC hardware and software and mobile devices (PDA, Blackberry, etc.).

 

Education and Background Requirements:

College/University or equivalent work experience.
Must have 5-7 years IT management experience.

 

Solid Technical background in Network Architectures, System Integration and Database Management.

 

Vendor management experience an asset.
Excellent communication skills.
Ability to transform strategic ideas into practical solutions.
Builds strong relationships with business partners, vendors, and IT teams.
Self starter with excellent organization and interpersonal skills.

Computer Forensics Examiner

 

Start : Immediate
Toronto, Ontario

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Attend on-site at client locations to collect data and advise
  • Conduct detailed computer forensic analysis with the potential for expert testimony
  • Affidavit, deposition, and report writing
  • Extensive client contact as part of a Digital Wyzdom investigative team
  • Assist in marketing with established Toronto Area clients

 

Education and Background Requirements:

Technical Qualifications – Minimum

 

  • Strong “hands on” computer hardware experience with desktops/ laptops (including Macs), servers,  networks, PDAs/ cellphones
  • Knowledge of Windows OS (NT, 2000, XP, Vista, Server 2000, Server 2003) and Exchange/ Outlook email
  • Proficient in Encase, FTK, Paraben, Helix and other third party forensic tools
  • Experience in cloner hardware (e.g. Logicube hard drive cloners) and logical acquisition tools (e.g. Robocopy, etc.)
  • At least 1 year of computer forensics experience in an investigative capacity
  • Full understanding of proper data collection techniques, chain of custody, documentation and Federal/Provincial Search and Seizure Guidelines
  • Excellent communication skills – in particular the ability to explain technical issues to clients, lawyers and juries in simple terms

 

Technical Qualifications – Strong Plus

 

  • Understanding of network architecture and flow
  • Knowledge of MAC OS and Apple music devices
  • Linux/ Unix experience
  • Experience with multiple email systems including Lotus Notes, Sendmail, Eudora, Mozilla, Thunderbird, etc.
  • EnCE, CFCE or equivalent certification
  • Working with Provincial or Federal Law Enforcement
  • Experience working with lawyers or carrying out forensic analysis as part of litigation, including being named as an expert in litigation, with resulting preparation of affidavits and declarations

Manager of Information Technology Security

 

Start : Immediate
Toronto, Ontario

 

Position Responsibilities:

To manage a team of 3-4 Security analysts, performing the following tasks:

 

  • Manage day-to-day operations of the in-place security solutions and identify, investigate and resolve security breaches detected by those systems;
  • Manage the implementation of new security solutions, and vulnerability audits and assessments;
  • Manage the creation and or maintenance of policies, standards, baselines, guidelines and procedures.
  • Manage the IT Disaster Recovery Plan. Ensure that all new IT systems are covered by a plan.
  • Direct and coordinate tests of the Disaster Recovery Plan, ensure documentation and plans are updated, as may be warranted by test results.
  • Direct the planning and design of the corporate Business Continuity Plan.
  • Ensure that your team monitors all in-place security solutions for efficient and appropriate operations. Review logs and reports of all in-place devices, whether they be under direct control (i.e., security tools) or not (i.e., workstations, servers, network devices, etc.). Interpret the implications of that activity and devise and implement measures for appropriate resolution of anomalies.
  • Manage the collaboration with the other IT groups, perform the deployment, integration and initial configuration of all new IT security solutions and of any enhancements to existing security solutions in accordance with standard best operating procedures generically and the enterprise's IT security documents specifically.
  • Manage the design and execute vulnerability assessments, penetration tests and security audits.
  • Ensure that the creation of enterprise IT security documents (policies, standards, baselines, guidelines and procedures)is done in a timely fashion as technology changes.

 

Education and Background Requirements:

At least 3 years (ideally 5+) of management of an IT team

 

At least 2 years (ideally more) of managing an IT Security team.
Hands-on experience as a security analyst.
University degree in the field of computer science

 

If you have one or more of the following certifications: CompTIA Security+; GIAC Information Security Fundamentals; Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator: Security; Associate of (ISC)2 this is a very strong asset but not a requirement for the position.
CISSP & CISA certifications they would be very strong assets for this position.

Consultant, Security Analyst

 

Start : Immediate
Toronto, Ontario

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • You will be reporting to the Managing Director, your primary responsibility will be to ensure that all operations and services provided will comply with strict privacy and security standards for the communication, storage and management of confidential and sensitive information.
  • As a Consultant Security Analyst, you will work with internal project teams and resources to ensure that IT Security Policies and Best Practices are followed as our systems, products and services are designed, built, deployed and upgraded.
  • You will be responsible for evaluating and analyzing security requirements, evaluating safeguards, vulnerabilities and threats, providing evaluations of risk, and providing risk mitigation strategies. As part of your day-to-day, you will conduct Threat Risk Assessments (TRA), which in turn will provide input into the Certification and Accreditation (C&A) process. You will apply knowledge of technology to business goals and objectives and make recommendations on technology initiatives, projects, hardware and software while assessing the use of new technologies.
  • You will also interface with Digital Wyzdom clients and partners as part of the client engagement lifecycle, evaluating business requirements and analyzing security requirements (e.g. assurance level requirements, data sensitivity, registration and authentication requirements etc.). You may also be presenting Threat and Risk Assessment (TRA) and other security assessment findings to the client.
  • As part of the Security team, you will provide regular project status updates to team members, and assist in defining security requirements for new projects. You will participate in Vulnerability Assessment (VA) and Pen Testing, creating Statements of Work (SOW), interpreting test results and advising in the preparation of use cases. In addition, you will help to establish and promote security policies, standards, and guidelines.

 

Education and Background Requirements:

  • 5 or more years experience as an IT security professional
  • Knowledge and understanding of security standards and best practices
  • Solid understanding of various information systems technologies including LAN and WAN, firewalls, Internet protocols and applications, secure communications, PKI, role-based access control (RBAC) and identity management
  • Demonstrated experience with Threat and Risk Assessments (TRA) and other risk assessment methodologies and tools.
  • good communications skills, including experience conducting meetings, writing reports and conducting presentation, and are able to work independently and as part of a team. CISA and/or CISSP designations would be a strong asset.

Senior Information Technology Security Analyst

 

Start : Immediate
Toronto, Ontario

 

Position Responsibilities:

 

Under the direction of the IT Security Manager:

 

  • To perform the day-to-day operations of the in-place security solutions and identify, investigate and resolve security breaches detected by those systems;
  • To play a key role in the implementation of new security solutions, and vulnerability audits and assessments;
  • To participate in the creation and or maintenance of policies, standards, baselines, guidelines and procedures.
  • Maintain the IT Disaster Recovery Plan. Ensure that all new IT systems are covered by a plan.
  • Coordinate tests of the Disaster Recovery Plan, ensure documentation and plans are updated, as may be warranted by test results.
  • Participate in the planning and design of the corporate Business Continuity Plan.
  • Monitor all in-place security solutions for efficient and appropriate operations. Review logs and reports of all in-place devices, whether they be under direct control (i.e., security tools) or not (i.e., workstations, servers, network devices, etc.). Interpret the implications of that activity and devise and implement measures for appropriate resolution of anomalies.
  • In collaboration with the other IT groups, perform the deployment, integration and initial configuration of all new IT security solutions and of any enhancements to existing security solutions in accordance with standard best operating procedures generically and the enterprise's IT security documents specifically.
  • Design and execute vulnerability assessments, penetration tests and security audits.
  • Participate in the creation of enterprise IT security documents (policies, standards, baselines, guidelines and procedures)

 

Education and Background Requirements:

University degree in the field of computer science

4 to 7 years of applicable work experience.
One or more of the following certifications: CompTIA Security+; GIAC Information Security Fundamentals; Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator: Security; Associate of (ISC)2
CISSP & CISA certifications would be very strong assets for this position

Network Security Analyst

 

Start : Immediate
Toronto, Ontario

 

Position Responsibilities:

The role, as required, must be capable to contribute or lead specific investigation of a forensic and restorative nature.
Review and interpret alerts and system notifications and provide advanced security response, analysis and incident management (according to industry and contract requirements) in support of Digital Wyzdom Customers

 

Perform comparative analysis on results collected against ever-changing industry threats, vulnerabilities and other malicious technological programs launched through the internet.
Based on the nature of the security threat perceived, assess and establish mitigating steps to ensure appropriate treatment and ensures customer and management notifications as appropriate.
Proactively manage all associated VPN, Firewall, Intrusion Detection Systems, Managed Identify and Access programs, data correlation tools and/or system components as may be required to interrupt or affect the above threat.
Configure, implement, manage and maintain security devices and appliances as well as provide general knowledge and recommendations for security best practices.
Adhere to strict security protocols associated with all levels in the management of security.
Authenticate all requests for services by applying continuously evolving authentication techniques.

 

Education and Background Requirements:

Completion of University or College program in Computer Science; or 3 years of equivalent industry experience in the information systems field.
Knowledge of offensive and defensive security operational tactics
Understanding of NIST, ISO 17799, ITIL, CoBIT and/or other compliance frameworks;
Demonstrated experience designing, implementing, and troubleshooting security solutions including authentication, authorization, encryption and audit capabilities as part of an overall system design.
Understanding of mitigating controls at the systems, network, and application level (VPN, Firewalls, Intrusion Detection, server hardening, SSO, encryption technologies).
Experience translating complex and ambiguous problems into actionable components and lead the solution efforts.
Excellent communication, presentation and relationship skills, especially the ability to articulate advanced technical topics and build consensus among business and technical constituents.
Self starter with excellent organization and interpersonal skills.