Computer Forensic Analyst

State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company  –Bloomington, IL 61701
Requisition ID:
req914 

Job Title:
Computer Forensic Analyst 

Number of Openings:
1 

Job Category:
Professional/Technical 

Employment Type:
Regular Full-Time 

Shift:
First 

Weekends:
Periodic 

Location:
Bloomington, IL 

Duties and Responsibilities:
Design implement and maintain security infrastructure and systems that integrate capabilities and technologies to address identified risks and enable strategic and/or tactical IT solutions that enable the business 

Provides guidance to Information Security Consultants, Information Security Specialists, and IT Architects in the development of end-to-end security solutions that leverage the infrastructure, products and/or capabilities within the area of focus 

Monitor and resolve incidents/problems within the Security infrastructure to ensure stability and availability to the Enterprise 

Analyzes architectural requirements, and designs/implements infrastructure and systems that allow enablement of specific capabilities, solutions, or preventative/remediation controls to protect sensitive data and systems in accordance with industry standards and governance/compliance requirements 

Researches/investigates emerging infrastructure security topics, threats, capabilities, and solution options to create/update policy and governance, technology strategies, solution architecture, and vulnerability assessments 

Applies industry standard risk management techniques and knowledge across various capabilities (i.e. technical, application, data, and mobile) to determine effectiveness of security infrastructure/systems/products and to create action plans that remediate identified risks 

Basic knowledge of one or more infrastructure technologies 

Ability to teach and or train others on infrastructure technology 

Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment 

Analytical skills 

Additional Details:
This position will have an 18-month incumbency period for a lateral move and a 6-month incumbency period for a promotional opportunity (beginning on the effective date of the position) which must be met before the employee can post for any other State Farm position. The incumbency period does not affect the at-will relationship between State Farm and the employee and does not create an employment contract, nor contractual rights. . 

The CyberSecurity Defense Center (CSDC) Computer Forensic Analyst supports the CSDC (primarily the Incident Response Team) efforts by conducting computer forensic investigations and by developing security policies, strategies, guidelines, and standards and procedures for Investigation Processes. The have a working knowledge of the State Farm networking infrastructure and of operating systems currently in 
use. The CSDC Forensic Analyst understands forensics methodology and the use of tools to perform forensics on specific media. They are capable of preparing different level of reports (i.e. High level, Technical, etc.) and to communicate technical concepts effectively to technical and non-technical customers. 

The following experience/knowledge is desired for this role:

  • Recovers information and electronic data from computer hard drives and other data storage devices that have been deleted, damaged or otherwise manipulated.
  • Demonstrated interest in the field of digital media forensics; involving intellectual property theft
  • Can speak to the importance and requirements of chain of custody, media imaging, digital forensic processes and procedures for common media and systems; with the willingness and drive to constantly improve these procedures.
  • Utilizes forensic tools and investigative methods to find electronic data, including internet use history, word processing documents, images and other files.
  • Familiarity using forensic tools and investigative methods to locate specific electronic data.
  • Conduct computer and network intrusion investigations to identify root cause and establish indicators of compromise
  • Solid understanding of forensic methodologies, including in-depth knowledge of computer incident handling and response processes
  • Demonstrated ability to be creative and autonomous
  • Documented experience in the recovery of digital forensic evidence used to create timelines and link analysis for the purposes of Incident Response.

The following knowledge is required for this role:
Industry Knowledge:

  • Investigation processes
  • Forensics methodology
  • Digital Forensics
  • Windows Registry
  • Windows Event logs
  • Linux

Industry Tools:

  • Guidance Software EnCase Enterprise
  • Access Data Forensics Tool Kit (FTK)
  • Archer
  • LogParser
  • EssBase
  • RegRipper
  • USBDeviceForensiscs
  • WIFIHistoryViewer
  • BitLocker Recovery Tool

Desired Certifications:

  • EnCE
  • GCFA
  • GCFE
  • GNFA

This position will have an 18-month incumbency period for a lateral move and a 6-month incumbency period for a promotional opportunity (beginning on the effective date of the position) which must be met before the employee can post for any other State Farm position. The incumbency period does not affect the at-will relationship between State Farm and the employee and does not create an employment contract, nor contractual rights. 

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