Our client, a global law firm, is seeking a talented Project Manager who will join the Cyber Incident Response team in this full-time remote position with the flexibility to come to the office for trainings for meetings. The immediate need will be to help with breach notifications. Additionally, you will be responsible for supporting the eDiscovery processes of cyber incident response (CIR) matters and acting as a liaison to third-party providers. Your responsibilities will include developing strategies for handling exfiltrated data, coordinating with legal teams and vendors, analyzing key metrics, and supporting documentation. The ideal candidate must have some experience in litigation support and eDiscovery, advanced Excel skills, and familiarity with Relativity. Candidates with experience in data visualization tools such as Power BI and Tableau, will move to the top of the line. Candidates should be located near an office in any of the following areas: Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Minneapolis, New York, San Antonio, St. Louis, or Washington, D.C.
The Global eDiscovery Services Department provides strategic technology and proven methodologies to the firm’s disputes lawyers and clients. The eDiscovery Project Manager, Cyber Incident Response (CIR) will be part of a newly formed team dedicated to supporting the firm’s thriving cybersecurity practice area. The CIR Project Manager, will be dedicated to supporting the eDiscovery processes of cyber incident response (CIR) matters and will function as a liaison to third-party providers involved in the delivery of this complex service.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Work with legal teams, preferred CIR providers and clients to develop a strategy for handling exfiltrated data, from initial identification and analysis, through review, extraction, normalization and notification
- Support legal teams throughout the CIR process in the rigorous application of statistical sampling, search term calibration and other related analytics
- Coordinate with legal teams and vendors to scope and support review and extraction of sensitive data by teams of contract personnel
- Work with legal teams and CIR providers to analyze and report on key metrics regarding the exfiltrated data types and sources
- Analyze reviewer productivity metrics
- Support and update documentation supporting key actions taken throughout the project
- Please note this job description does not cover or contain all activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time.
- This position is full-time remote and can therefore be located in any city where we have a U.S. office.
- Bachelor's degree
- Some experience in litigation support, eDiscovery, technology-assisted review and project management
- Advanced Excel skills required
- Relativity experience required
- Excellent analytical, problem-identification and resolution skills
- Experience with discovery involving complex structured and unstructured data
- Understanding of sensitive data elements including PII, PHI and GDPR
- Experience with applying technology and data mining techniques to identify and classify data
- Ability to work efficiently under rigorous deadlines in high-pressure situations
- Familiar with database concepts and technologies, such as MS SQL, Access and Oracle preferred but not required
- Experience with data visualization tools such as Power BI and Tableau preferred but not required
- Ability to handle simultaneous projects with consistently high-quality results
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to closely adhere to procedures and exercise good judgment in sensitive and stressful situations