Our Forensics experts provide value and assist our clients in the area of digital forensics and eDiscovery.
The Digital Forensics Director will have the opportunity to support a range of forensic investigations and eDiscovery matters across many different industries, leading and mentoring team members on data collections, chain-of-custody documentation, proper evidence handling, forensic analysis, data filtering and data processing.
The successful Director will work within our Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence team to deliver a complete suite of robust services in order to meet our clients’ complex investigative and eDiscovery requirements.
Tasks and responsibilities
- Driving client meetings and proactively developing business opportunities
- Developing proposals for future client work
- Contributing to and building complex, multi-service line proposals
- Project scoping and planning, to support pricing
- Cultivating long-term relationships with clients
- Participate and support on projects involving the identification, collection, monitoring and analysis of computer systems and electronic data sources.
- Perform computer forensic investigations with no oversight.
- Review and produce documentation and reports.
- Utilize quality control and best practices to maintain high-quality work product on all engagements.
- Utilize off-the-shelf and proprietary data collection, analysis and reporting tools.
- Collaborate with the Compliance Forensics and Intelligence team and other teams within Control Risks to provide a holistic solution to our clients.
- Ability to travel and work in challenging environments.
Knowledge and experience
- Minimum of 3+ years managing teams, project budgets and performance of team members
- Minimum of 4+ years of hands-on technical and/or computer forensic investigations experience. Understanding of best practices procedures and technological trends in the industry
- Experienced in conducting digital forensic preservations and examinations on mobile device operating systems using industry-standard forensic tools
- Proficient in the use of industry-standard forensic tools (preferably familiar with EnCase, FTK, Tableau, Axiom and Cellebrite)
- Communicate effectively to all levels of engagement team
- Able to explain difficult technical concepts and ideas in non-technical terms
- Superior fundamental understanding of IT systems and infrastructure
- Knowledge of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)
Qualifications and skills
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field
- Certified as a Certified Computer Examiner (CCE), EnCase Examiner, (EnCE) or Access Data Examiner (ACE) preferred
- Excellent written and oral presentation skills to effectively communicate with diverse audiences in different jurisdictions, with varying degrees of experience and technical acumen
- Ability to work well within a logistically diverse team through timely and effective communication
- Good interpersonal skills
- Organizational and project management skills
- Ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines, while effectively managing competing demands and evolving priorities
- Strong work ethic, eagerness to learn, and motivation to succeed
- Flexibility to travel domestically and internationally with short notice
- Control Risks offers a competitively positioned compensation and benefits package that is transparent and summarised in the full job offer.
- We operate a discretionary global bonus scheme that incentivises, and rewards individuals based on company and individual performance.
- Control Risks supports hybrid working arrangements, wherever possible, that emphasise the value of in-person time together – in the office and with our clients – while continuing to support flexible and remote working.