Computer Aid, Inc.

Incident Response Manager

US-IL-Oak Brook
Employment Type
Contract to Permanent
Experience Level
Senior

Position Description/Responsibilities (CCC/Vendor)

CAI is seeking an Incident Response Manager.

 

Successful people in this role are able to utilize IT tools, be responsible for documenting the necessary procedures and incident response plan of action needed to quickly mitigate and analyze security incidents as they occur.  Additional experience in process management and a familiarity with legal rules, regulations and platforms are also necessary.  Be highly engaged in risk management and mitigation maintaining the forward momentum to assure all assets are operating at their full capacity.  The Incident Response Manager must be able to rapidly address security when needed.

 

This engagement is for approximately 12 months.

 

       

Position Requirements/Technical Skills (CCC/Vendor)

Primary Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Monitoring all operations, networks and infrastructure for security issues and investigate an incident as needed.
  • Monitor internal and external policies for compliance.
  • Develop security standards and best practices for the organization.
  • Plan and carry out an organization’s Incident Response plan (IR).
  • Create and direct the security information assurance for the organization.
  • Provides support for complex computer network exploitation and defense techniques to include deterring, identifying and investigating computer and network intrusions.
  • Prepare reports that document security incidents and the extent of the damage caused by the incident.
  • Provides technical support for a comprehensive risk management program identifying mission critical processes and systems; current and projected threats; and system vulnerabilities.
  • Research the latest information technology (IT) security trends.
  • Being able to quickly classify an incident and begin the necessary course of action.
  • Ability to review logs in order to perform high level forensics.
  • Drive lessons learned and remediation activities throughout the organization.
  • Recommend security enhancements to management or senior staff.

 

Required Skills:

  • A minimum 5 years of IT experience
  • Experience with legal operations and working with a SOC/NOC
  • Hands-on experience with security and access technologies
  • Experience in incident management
  • Experience with prevention and threat detection devices



Desired Skills:

  •  B.S. degree in Computer Science or a related technical degree is highly desired
  •  Strong strategy, process, and policy development skills
  •  A high level of communication and social skills
  • College Degree 



CAI is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities will receive consideration and are encouraged to apply.



Company Overview (CCC Only)

 

Computer Aid, Inc.(CAI)

Computer Aid, Inc. (CAI) is an innovative solutions company managing engagements with numerous Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies. CAI is headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania with a staff of over 4,200 professionals working at locations around the world in a variety of industries. Our services leverage technology to provide outstanding customer experiences that generate new value for our clients, our employees, and our greater communities.  

 

CAI is building a culture of continued learning, support, and personal development in a collegial environment. We also strive to make a positive impact on our surrounding communities through various outreach programs. We make a positive difference for our associates and the communities in which we serve.

 

Our mission: Provide industry-leading services and an incredible workplace for our associates, while making an impact on our communities.  For more information on our professionals, services, and industries we support, please see our website www.compaid.com.

 

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