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Cyber Crime Specialist, UK (nationwide) and London
Fixed-term appointments for 2 years
Flexible UK location
A newly-created HMRC specialist cyber crime team will protect the exchequer from attempted fraud by cyber criminals who are using increasingly sophisticated ways to target HMRC’s repayment systems. They will build on HMRC’s existing cyber counter-fraud capability and existing investigation and intelligence work and are a key element of HMRCs Cyber Crime and Security Strategy. Join our new Cyber Crime Team, and you will play a critical role in protecting your own, and everyone else’s information.
We’ll look to you to provide technical expertise and consultancy on the impact of cyber crime on our systems, providing authoritative advice to regime owners and system designers. An excellent communicator, you’ll develop and maintain strong relationships with government and industry bodies to enhance our electronic fraud prevention and criminal investigation capabilities. You’ll also take the technical lead in complex criminal investigations, supporting investigative teams by identifying and securing digital evidence from internal and external computer networks - evidence to be used in criminal and civil proceedings.
You’ll come to us with a proven track record of conducting cyber crime or digital forensics examinations in a commercial or criminal justice capacity. Able to explain technical information effectively to the wider population as well as our national and international partners, you will have a mix of law enforcement and Information Security experience.
You might currently be working for the police or a similar law enforcement agency, or in a consultancy or in-house role. It’s likely you’ll have a postgraduate-level qualification in cyber crime forensics, digital forensics or information security and you’ll definitely have a sound understanding of computer network infrastructure. A full driving licence would be desirable.
HMRC plays a vital role in the economic wellbeing of the nation by assessing and collecting tax revenues, and administering benefits and credits to support families and workers. Protecting these revenues has never been more important.
This is a reserved post, open to UK nationals only. For full details on nationality requirements, please refer to www.hmrc.gov.uk/jobs/lookingfor.htm
For full information and to apply, please visit jobs.civilservice.gov....r/jobs.cgi
Closing date: 20th April 2012
Interview date: week commencing 30th April 2012
At HMRC we welcome applications from people from every kind of background so that we mirror the community we serve.