Accenture Information Security – CIRT Intern in Chicago, Illinois
The Cyber Incident Response Team (CIRT) is responsible for conducting investigations, responding to network intrusions, and providing electronic discovery services.
In Investigations, 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, and fraud on the Internet or Accenture's intranet.
For Incident Response, CIRT is responsible for coordinating with the numerous groups which could be involved in responding to intrusions, as well as conducting follow-up investigations to such incidents.
Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s
Computer Forensics / Digital Forensics
Computer Science / Computer Engineering or similar Engineering degree
Information Security / Cyber Security
Responsibilities May Include:
Creating forensic images of hard drives
Cataloging electronic media
Forensic hard drive duplication
Perform forensic analysis on electronic media
High-level knowledge of laws related to computer intrusions and data privacy requirements
IT Security Architecture
Windows 2000 – Windows 10
Windows Server through current
Understanding of data networking and computer hardware
Ability to manipulate and present data using MS Excel and Power Point
Excellent problem solving skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to multi-task and prioritize workload
- Must complete 10-12 week summer analyst program in Chicago office (typically begin in late-May/early-June and end in early/mid-August)
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