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Cyber Forensics Coordinator, Cyber Forensics, EMO

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Cyber Forensics Coordinator, Cyber Forensics, EMO

Post Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2016 9:36 am

To apply, please follow the link below:
fcacareers.resourcesol...&id=284342

There are few jobs where you can make a real difference to the 2 million people who work in the UK Financial Services industry, the 40 million consumers of financial products and the stability of our economy as a whole.
From regulating Consumer Credit to driving action on Foreign Exchange manipulation or helping strengthen accountability in the banking sector, the FCA is working with the industry to protect consumers, ensure the integrity of the UK financial system and promote fair and effective competition.
Our remit has significantly expanded since our creation in 2013, regulating over 56,000 firms and 125,000 approved persons in the UK. We oversee conduct across the full span of the financial sector from global investment banks to high street payday lenders, and are now preparing to implement a new strategy that will sharpen our focus to face the regulatory challenges ahead.
Our people are integral to our success as an organisation, working alongside industry, visiting firms and speaking to consumers every day as we strive to ensure the FCA is setting the standard for other regulatory bodies across the world.
From regulating Consumer Credit to driving action on Foreign Exchange manipulation or helping strengthen accountability in the banking sector, the FCA is working with the industry to protect consumers, ensure the integrity of the UK financial system and promote fair and effective competition. Our remit has expanded significantly since our creation in 2013, with the number of firms we regulate growing from 23,000 to 73,000. We oversee conduct across the full span of the financial sector from global investment banks to high street payday lenders, and are now preparing to implement a new strategy that will sharpen our focus to face the regulatory challenges ahead.

The Enforcement and Market Oversight Division ('EMO') investigates and brings regulatory cases, civil actions and criminal prosecutions aimed at changing behaviour in in the industry. We wish to obtain timely, robust and cost-effective outcomes to help the FCA achieve its objectives of making sure that firms put consumers at the heart of their business, and that markets work well. EMO plays a key role in supporting the FCA's desire to identify potential problems at an early stage, and take steps to avert them. Our work is high profile, and a critical aspect of the FCA's approach.

Cyber Forensics is part of the Strategy and Delivery directorate within EMO. We are made up of specialist investigators in digital forensics and eDiscovery. Our duties include:
• Management of digital evidence for Enforcement casework, including development of case strategies
• Analysis and investigation of digital evidence in accordance with ACPO guidelines
• Management of the evidence review platform
• Developing policy and expertise in digital forensics and eDiscovery

What does this job involve?
We have a vacancy for a Cyber Forensics Coordinator in the Cyber Forensics team. This is an operational role, working as part of a team to support the day-to-day work required to deliver services to the rest of the Division. You will need to organise and plan your own work accordingly and deal with unexpected urgent requests in a professional and timely manner.

Typical duties will involve:
• Assisting senior colleagues with forensic processing and analysis of digital evidence including desktops, laptops, storage media and mobile devices
• Ingest of material to the evidence review platform
• Provision of first line support to the evidence review platform including password resets and general troubleshooting
• Liaising with internal stakeholders
• Liaising with external third party suppliers
• Within this role you will need to show to the Division continuous improvement and a focus on service to case teams which will be measured by obtaining feedback on a regular basis. You will have strong communication skills in order to liaise on technical issues within both the Cyber Forensic team and case investigation teams.

Which minimum, essential & desirable skills are required?

Minimum
• A hands-on technical background gained through either work experience or relevant educational studies
• Experience in using ACPO Good Practice Guide for Digital Evidence
• Experience with MS Office products
• Experience in high turnover/volume of tasks

Essential
• Troubleshooting, working under pressure
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to prioritise work
• Awareness of forensic software (EnCase, FTK etc.)
• Attention to detail
• Knowledge of the work that the FCA does

Desirable
• Work experience in any of the following areas; digital forensics, eDiscovery, law enforcement, financial services or banking
• Undergraduate degree in Digital Forensics or a related area
• Experience processing and analysing digital evidence using forensic software (including mobile devices)
• Awareness of eDiscovery software (Introspect, Relativity, Recommind etc.)
• Scripting abilities in languages such as Perl, Python, Ruby or SQL
• Sound knowledge of the structure, principles and responsibilities of the FCA, in particular EMO
• Basic understanding of the work of other FCA business units

What will I get from the role?
This role would be ideally suited to someone with none-to-little experience working in digital forensics or eDiscovery. It could be an ideal opportunity for a recent graduate looking to break into the industry to work with an organisation that is uniquely placed to understand and shape the workings of the financial sector at a time of considerable change.

As an Academy business we place great value on learning and at the FCA we offer world-class development opportunities which will assist you in achieving your career aspirations. This includes training needed to kick-start your development as a digital forensic investigator.

Additional Information
The closing date for the application is midnight 30th October 2016.
This role will be based in London, Canary Wharf, with a planned move to Stratford in 2018.

The job family for this role is Legal & Forensic A. The salary range will be approximately £22,750 - £33,500 plus package, dependant on skills and experience.
If you are an internal candidate please contact Eleanor Kemp on ext.67886. If you are an external candidate please contact Tanzina Begum on tanzina.begum @ resourcesolutions.com

Selection Process: (subject to change)
Stage 1: On-line application, please submit your CV and answers to the following application questions:
Why do you believe that you are suitable for this role? Please ensure that you specifically relate your answer to the ESSENTIAL criteria listed in the job advert, covering your relevant skills, technical knowledge and capabilities (Max 300 words)
Please describe a decision you made in uncertain circumstances or when you didn't have as much information available as you would like. What options were available to you? What consequences did you consider when arriving at that decision? (Max 300 words)
What challenges do you think the Enforcement & Financial Crime Division will face over the next couple of years? (Max 300 words)
Stage 2: Screening - your application will be forwarded to the recruiting managers for review.
Stage 3: Selection & assessment process specifics on the interview process will be advised to those who advance to this stage.

To apply, please follow the link below:
fcacareers.resourcesol...&id=284342  

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