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Spectrum Intern-Summer 2015 / SEHS - Investigative Services-CUL00003128

Company Name:
Genesis Global Recruiting, Inc
Spectrum Intern-Summer 2015 / SEHS - Investigative Services-CUL00003128

Description

The Investigative Services Department is responsible for the investigation of company misconduct, allegations, fraud, and other threats to the company. In addition, the department provides litigation support, conducts forensics and incident response, and critical data recovery for SPE.

During FY15, SPE was the target of a major cyber attack. Investigative Services was tasked with heading the investigation, overseeing outside consulting, and partnering with federal and local law enforcement. Moving into FY16, a major project will continue to both provide additional security to SPE through the implementation of state-of-the-art forensic and investigative applications as well as continuing to assist the company's recovery effort from damage sustained during the attack.

Interns assigned to this project will gain cutting edge experience and exposure to a post-hack environment and will gain knowledge and skills relevant to forensic lab development and architecture. SPE lab design and implementation will be a global effort, headed by our lab in Culver City. Interns will get international exposure to our remote teams, worldwide forensic network, and privacy/legal concerns surrounding data privacy
Qualifications
Interns should have a basic understanding of digital forensics, eDiscovery, or incident response. A good working knowledge of Windows, Mac and Linux environment is a plus. Strong computer skills required.

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