NT Concepts, a leading provider of business and technology solutions for the intelligence and national security communities, is looking for a Security Computer and Forensics Investigator – Malicious Software (Malware) Investigator to join our on-site team in St. Louis, MO supporting a critical Intelligence Community client.
Overall Assignment Description: Malicious Software Investigators: respond to and investigate computer and network security incidents; support incidents referred by the CSOC; review, analyze, mitigate, and report on malicious software (i.e. Malware) found on Agency computers and networks; devise analysis techniques that identify malware; recommend responses that mitigate the effects of malware; and perform other duties as assigned.
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NT Concepts is a company of talented, dedicated people committed to helping our customers achieve critical missions that are of the utmost importance to our nation and our world. We fuse business process with technical expertise to deliver data-driven enterprise solutions that solve our clients' most unique challenges. Founded in 1998 and headquartered in the Washington DC Metro area, NT Concepts is a privately held mid-tier company with customers spanning the Federal Civilian, DoD, and Intelligence Communities.
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