CYFOR is a leading nationwide provider of Digital Forensics, eDiscovery and Cyber Security services to law firms, corporate organisations and law enforcement.
Here at CYFOR, we look for people who can make a real difference, passionate and high-performing people who thrive on technology and think outside the box.
Our employees make CYFOR truly great, and as they grow so do we.
So if you’d like a varied and highly fulfilling role, working with great colleagues in a fantastic atmosphere, we’d like to hear from you
The Quality Manager is tasked with the development, revision and implementation of Quality Standards, Processes and Policies to ascertain and maintain company accreditation and certifications to relevant regulatory standards.
The role has responsibility for all aspects of Quality Management (ISO17025, FSR Codes compliance, ISO9001 and ISO27001), including but not limited to; driving and delivering extensions to scope, documentation control, risk...
Keith Borer Consultants is a Forensic Science Consultancy that has been providing forensic consultancy and expert witness services since 1980.
We are looking for an experienced Digital Forensics Computer Specialist with the following qualities to join our established team of consultants:
Experience of digital forensic examinations of computers and related devices
Usage of digital forensic software (such as Magnet Forensics Axiom and X-Ways or equivalents)
A computer related degree or industry certifications (such as CFCE, EnCe, or GFCE) would be advantageous but not essential if appropriate experience can be demonstrated
To be considered for this role, in addition to having requisite technical knowledge, you will need to be organised and diligent, self-motivated, capable of working independently and have the ability to present complex scientific issues, both orally and in writing, to people with different levels of scientific understanding (lay persons, lawyers,...
Operate at a defined level, applying industry accepted digital forensics principles in acquiring, collecting, preserving, processing, and reporting on electronic data according to established procedures and protocols.
Responsible for planning, organizing, conducting, and directing forensic data collections and processing on Windows-, Linux-, and MAC-based desktop/laptop computer systems, servers to include SQL, Exchange and Files Shares, mobile devices, and related digital storage media.
Utilize industry accepted forensic tools (e.g., EnCase, FTK, X-Ways, Cellebrite, NUIX, etc.)
Research and maintain proficiency in tools, techniques, and trends.
Prepare clear and comprehensive notes and reports of findings. Provide oral and written communications to legal staff concerning results of examinations to include legal declarations as well as testimony at trial.
Collaborate with other forensic analysts, law enforcement...
The Forensic Associate is responsible for conducting data collections and performing forensic analysis. The Associate will mentor and help develop Forensic Analysts. The successful candidate has experience as a hands-on, technical forensic practitioner, coupled with client-facing and consultative experience across forensics and investigations. They have a working knowledge of industry-standard forensic tools like EnCase, FTK, X-ways, Cellebrite, Magnet Axiom. The Associate has experience working in a fast-paced and sophisticated environment and servicing clients from boutique law firms up through the Fortune 500. The Associate should hold industry standard forensic certifications including GIAC-CFA, CFCE, CCE, FTK, EnCE.
Conducts forensic data collections of electronically stored information from data sources
Performs forensic analysis of electronic evidence from data sources
Assists in mentoring Forensic Analysts