Cyber Forensics Consultant – £45,000 – £55,000

Cyber Forensics Consultant –  Permanent – Full Time

Salary: £45000 – £55000

Job Overview:

A prestigious law firm is seeking a Cyber Forensics Consultant to become incorporated into their London team. The selected candidate will be responsible for providing forensic services to the legal cases and cyber incidents. Responsibilities will include interrogating data, conducting investigations and data manipulation.

Responsibilities:

• Lead forensic investigations using forensic software.
• Liaise with internal and external clients to ensure deadlines are met.
• Being responsible for the forensic process as a whole. Developing internal processes and capability development.
• Work alongside legal and business development teams to develop the company’s brand.

Requirements:

• Hands-on experience utilising industry software such as EnCase, Cellebrite, and FTK.
• Advanced technical skills including experience of Linux and scripting/programming languages.
• Prior experience performing digital forensic acquisition and analysis of a multitude of devices including computers, mobiles, cloud platforms and other digital devices.
• Prior experience managing and manipulating large amounts of information and solving complex issues.
• Familiarity with the cyber security industry is beneficial.
• Willingness to learn new technologies.
• Can work both independently and within a team environment.
• Strong time management skills.
• Can work under pressure and ensure deadlines are met.

Information Security Engineer

A top tier legal technology consultancy is seeking an Information Security Engineer to become incorporated into their London office. Responsibilities will include risk management, IT security, audits and incident management.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform IT risk assessment and test data processing systems.
  • Protect all information systems against unauthorised access.
  • Perform internal security audits, communicate audit findings to CISO.
  • Monitor security access, conduct assessments through vulnerability testing and risk analysis.
  • Verify security of third-party vendors and collaborate with them to ensure security requirements are met.
  • Conduct security research and maintain updated on latest security threats. Ensure that internal team is notified to minimise exposure to risk.
  • Build specific security policies for known and vulnerable information systems.
  • Oversee all implementation processes for various security systems and ensure compliance to policies. Collaborate with IT team to provide effective solutions.
  • Monitor and ensure compliance regarding GDPR and other legal regulatory requirements.

Requirements:

  • Degree within relatable field such as Information Technology or Computer Science
  • 3+ years’ experience operating within the Information Security sector.
  • ISO 27001 framework experience.
  • Exposure with Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions.
  • Certifications such as Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is highly beneficial.