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Trainee QFI Breach Forensic Investigator Cambs UK

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Trainee QFI Breach Forensic Investigator Cambs UK

Post Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2009 6:23 pm

Trainee QFI Breach Forensic Investigator:

7Safe Limited has an exciting opportunity for the position of Trainee Breach Forensic Investigator, salary will be dependent on previous experience. The role will be based from the Cambridge office, and will involve some travel throughout the UK once training has been completed. The role would suit a candidate who has a solid background in computing and is keen to learn / progress in the field of computer forensic analysis, PCI-DSS and ethical hacking.

The successful candidate will be working within the Breach Investigation team and will provide a number of important support roles to the team including: organisation and cataloguing of forensic evidence, performing investigative tasks, aiding in ‘on-site’ consultancy, acquisition of forensic evidence and the maintenance of support systems.

In addition to this the candidate would also be involved in qualified forensic breach investigations and will be trained in the methodologies and practicalities of the subject, culminating in the writing of technical investigation reports for high profile clients.

Training and hands on practical work in the areas of information security, forensics, PCI-DSS and penetration testing will be provided to help build the skills required to become a successful Breach investigator. Applicants must be flexible, proactive and able to work as part of a team.

The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to participate in 7Safe’s internal courses which ultimately works towards an MSc in Computer Security and Forensics.

Candidates should be able to demonstrate the following essential qualities:


'Can do' attitude

Willingness to learn and progress


Team Work

Problem Solving

Communication / customer focus skills

The following skills are desirable but not essential:

Experience of conducting forensic imaging and acquisition of computer and storage media.

Experience with the following programs: EnCase, FTK, DD, WFT

Experience with different operating systems such as Linux / Windows / Mac Operating Systems

Knowledge of programming with one or more of the following languages: Perl, Python, Ruby, PHP, ASP, SQL, HTML

This is a wonderful opportunity for someone looking to start an exciting career in incident response, computer forensics and penetration testing.

Please send a CV and a covering letter demonstrating how you are the right candidate and why you wish to join 7Safe to jobs @ 7safe.com  


Re: Trainee QFI Breach Forensic Investigator Cambs UK

Post Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2009 7:06 pm

I don't suppose American's can just go to the UK and work can they? Is some sort of visa or work permit required?

Other than it sounds like a wonderful opportunity.

Plus, I love the company name. Very Happy



Re: Trainee QFI Breach Forensic Investigator Cambs UK

Post Posted: Mon Sep 14, 2009 8:21 am

You would need a work permit...only those in the EU are automatically entitled to be able to work in the UK  

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Re: Trainee QFI Breach Forensic Investigator Cambs UK

Post Posted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:47 am

I have recently graduated from university with a degree in Forensic Computing and would like to apply for this position. I sent you a copy of my CV on the 17/09/2009 but have not yet heard anything. Is it possible for me to send you a copy of my CV directly?  


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