He has over 17 years experience in cybersecurity and law enforcement support split between ManTech and the U.S. Air Force. He is a certified project management professional, and is a certified computer crime investigator. He leads a highly technical team of over 350 professionals supporting the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security.
He and his team provide incident response & investigation services, vulnerability assessment & penetration testing services, security operations center support, IT infrastructure support, fusion center analysis, and all forms of information assurance services.
Eifert is currently an adjunct professor at George Mason University, teaching graduate computer forensics in the department of electrical and computer engineering.
By leveraging a combination of lecture, case studies, and hands on laboratories he is teaching the next generation of computer forensic engineers how to investigate cyber crimes and security incidents.
Prior to joining ManTech in 2001, Eifert was a special agent and computer crime investigator with the Air Force Office of Investigations. SA Eifert participated in on-line undercover operations, intrusion investigations, cyber counterintelligence investigations, felony criminal investigations, and supported various military information operations. SA Eifert remains a reserve special agent with AFOSI and is currently serving as the reserve detachment commander at Langley AFB, VA.
Eifert holds a Masters of Information Systems and a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology