Manager of Incident Response

Arlington, Virginia

Local Only

Full Time

$150k - $170k

Manager of Incident Response

The Investigations and Incidents Manager is responsible for ensuring that the firm promptly, thoroughly and lawfully investigates security, privacy and workplace incidents affecting the firm’s assets, information or people. This role develops and implements digital forensics and incident response capabilities with a mix of internal and external resources. This is a highly technical role with requires hands-on, collaborative work with stakeholders and IT implementers.

The company is located in Washington D.C. and the candidate is required to come into office 2 days a month.

What You Will Be Doing:
  • Assists in day-to-day Cybersecurity threat hunting operations, and handles threat detection and incident response efficiently.
  • Develops and improves incident response playbooks, processes, and procedures, and aligns them with industry standards.
  • Augments Cybersecurity Operations team to ensure 24/7/365 coverage, with occasional off-hours work as necessary.
  • Builds effective relationships with Cybersecurity, Information Technology, Litigation Support and practice groups.

Required Skills & Experience:
  • Seeking 7+ years of experience in Cybersecurity, with 5+ years' experience running incident response programs, including hands-on digital forensics.
  • Expertise with threat detection technologies and processes, such as MDR, XDR, EDR, SIEM, DLP, IDS/IPS, network packet analysis, and malware detonation tools
  • Communicates clearly, effectively, persuasively, and credibly with incident response teams, Firm leadership, and General Counsels
  • Currently doing threat detection and incident response.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are required for this position. This individual will be interacting with high level stakeholders.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future.
This position doesn’t provide sponsorship.

Posted by: Ashton Corbett