£45,192 to £49,280 plus a Location allowance of £1,721. You will receive £45,192 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £49,280 will be via incremental progression.
Digital Forensics (DF) is helping deliver tangible outcomes for criminal justice. As a Digital Forensic Specialist, within the Digital Devices team, your work will have a direct impact on criminal investigations supporting the Criminal Justice System.
This is your opportunity to join a team of dedicated, talented and enthusiastic DF Specialists. You will undertake complex casework on various crime types, using your analytical skills and technical knowledge to extract relevant data from digital devices.
We are looking for a variety of skills, be it forensic analysis, software development, hardware engineering, complex repairs, reverse engineering etc., that will support today’s complex digital challenges and drive efficiency and capability. Working within the IS017025...
Serious Fraud Office
2-4 Cockspur Street, London, UK
The Digital Forensic Unit (DFU) is responsible for the processing and analysis of all digital evidence seized by or provided to the Serious Fraud Office. This includes the collection of evidence on site, forensic extraction of any items seized or received, and the processing of these items into a medium that Case Teams can access through the SFO eDiscovery Systems. The DFU works closely with the Case Teams to ensure that required material is delivered in a timely and appropriate manner.
Digital Forensic Specialists are required to be subject matter experts on a range of digital forensic matters and processes in order to process, analyse and report on Digital Forensic casework and to give guidance to non-technical staff in order that digital material can be obtained and reviewed effectively.
You will have responsibility for the management and delivery of day to day tasks undertaken by technicians on a variety of digital media and systems, providing clear and concise details of...
MD5 Limited, based in Normanton, West Yorkshire are excited to announce the opportunity for a Digital Forensic Analyst(s) to join one of the UK’s leading digital\ eForensic organisations. Our clients include Law Enforcement and Government Agencies, Corporate and Legal firms. Casework may involve dealing with data of a sensitive nature which may be offensive and distressing (e.g. Images of Child abuse). The role will cover all aspects of digital forensics\eforensics and the successful candidate will be responsible for acquiring & investigating a wide range of electronic evidence. Desired Key Skills: • Have knowledge of digital hardware, experience in different file systems & operating systems artefacts; • Knowledge of the laws & principles of computer forensics & electronic evidence • Be meticulous, have a highly analytical and enquiring mind, excellent communication skills and able to convey complex technical issues to a lay audience in writing &...
CyRec are currently partnered with several consultancies in the Forensic Technology space that are growing their capabilities within eDiscovery and Digital Forensics.
Our client's are London-based, with hybrid working available (2-days per week in the office/lab).
We're recruiting for the following positions within Forensic Technology:
eDiscovery Analyst, up to £40,000
eDiscovery Senior Consultant / Assistant Manager, up to £60,000
eDiscovery Manager, up to £75,000
eDiscovery Senior Manager, up to £100,000
Digital Forensics Manager, up to £90,000
Digital Forensics Senior Manager, up to £110,000
Digital Forensics Director, up to £130,000
Please apply to the role or reach out to the team directly.
Sponsorship is not available for this position and candidates within Digital Forensics will be expected to obtain SC clearance.