Job Title:  RA- D&R- Threat Hunting- Associate Director

Job requisition ID ::  67143
Date:  Jun 27, 2024
Location:  Delhi
Designation:  Associate Director

What impact will you make?


Every day, your work will make an impact that matters, while you thrive in a dynamic culture of inclusion, collaboration, and high performance. As the undisputed leader in professional services, Deloitte is where you’ll find unrivalled opportunities to succeed and realize your full potential.


The Team


Deloitte helps organizations prevent cyberattacks and protect valuable assets. We believe in being secure, vigilant, and resilient—not only by looking at how to prevent and respond to attacks, but at how to manage cyber risk in a way that allows you to unleash new opportunities. Embed cyber risk at the start of strategy development for more effective management of information and technology risks.



Preferred Knowledge



The role requires providing expertise and leadership for Threat Hunting capabilities including good understanding of cyber incident forensics. It requires providing both subject matter expertise and project management experience to serve as the “point person” of client engagement in domain.



The candidate shall pertain efficient threat hunting, incident response and remediation skills to minimise the impact of cyber risks. The individual will oversee and support security monitoring operations team and assist them during security incidents and ensure incidents are managed and responded effectively including and reporting to stakeholders. This role primarily consists of leading team of the Incident responders, Incident managers and stakeholders (including client, vendors, etc.) and to conduct thorough response activities on behalf of a wide variety of clients across sectors.



Candidate is required to work in complex security environments and alongside SOC team to design, communicate and execute incident response, containment, and remediation plans. Candidate is required to have hands-on experience of incident management and investigation tools and shall be comfortable leading teams on challenging engagements, communicating with clients, providing hands-on assistance with incident response activities, and creating and presenting high-quality deliverables.



Roles & Responsibilities



  • Manage client engagements, with a focus on threat hunting, incident response and investigation. Provide both subject matter expertise and project management experience to serve as the “point person” for client engagements
  • Assist with client incident scoping call and participate in the incident from kick-off through full containment and remediation.
  • Security Analytics - Efficiently distil actionable information from large data sets for reporting, hunting, and anomaly detection.
  • Recommend and document specific countermeasures and mitigating controls with post incident analysis findings
  • Develop comprehensive and accurate reports and presentations for both technical and executive audiences
  • Conduct Digital Forensic and Incident Response (DFIR) analysis, network log and network PCAP analysis, malware triage, and other investigation related activities in support of Incident Response investigations
  • Supervise Digital Forensics and Incident Response staff, and assisting with performance reviews and mentorship of cybersecurity professionals
  • Mature the Security Incident Response process to ensure it meets the needs of the Clients
  • Interact with Client’s CSIRT teams to cater continuous and/or ad-hoc client requests for Incident Response services
  • Possess the experience, credibility and integrity to perform as an expert witness.
  • Involve in business development activities and supporting pre-sales teams in Identify, market, and develop new business opportunities
  • Assist with research and distribute cyber threat intelligence developed from Incident Response activities
  • Research, develop and recommend infrastructure (hardware & software) needs for DFIR and evolve existing methodologies to enhance and improve our DFIR practice.


Required Professional Experience


  • 8+ years Information Security experience with at least 5 years of Threat Hunting experience.
  • Solid understanding of MITRE ATT&CK, NIST cyber incident response framework and Cyber kill chain.
  • Understanding of Threat Hunting and threat Intelligence concepts and technologies
  • Experience of leveraging technical security solutions such as SIEM, IDS/IPS, EDR, vulnerability management or assessment, malware analysis, or forensics tools for incident triage and analysis.
  • Deep experience with most common OS (Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, iOS) and their file systems (ext3.4, NTFS, HFS+, APFS, exFAT etc)
  • Proficiency with industry-standard forensic toolsets (i.e., EnCase, Axiom/IEF, Cellebrite/UFED, Nuix and FTK)
  • Experience of enterprise level cloud infrastructure such as AWS, MS Azure, G Suite, O365 etc...
  • Experience of malware analysis and understanding attack techniques.
  • Ability to work in time-sensitive and complex situations with ease and professionalism, possess an efficient and versatile communication style


Preferred Educational Qualification


Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree




CISSP, ECIH v2, GCFA, GCIH, EnCE or equivalent DFIR certification.





  • Strong English verbal, written communication, report writing and presentations skills.
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize work effectively.
  • Responsive to challenging tasking.
  • Highly motivated self-starter giving attention to detail.
  • Strong analytical skills and efficient problem solving.
  • Capable to operate in a challenging and fast-paced environment.