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Director – Digital Forensics & eDiscovery

  • Location: West London
  • Salary: up to £130k + benefits + bonus
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: NH1520
  • Sector: Commerce and Industry
Job Description

Director – Digital Forensics & eDiscovery


My Client – A prestigious tech giant with a global presence is looking for a seasoned cyber defence specialist who will be responsible for leading the company’s technical investigation and remediation of complex global cyber-attacks. The ideal will need to use their previous experience to lead a team of forensic analysts undertaking critical incident response and confidential technical investigations.




  • The role holder will define and lead the global execution of the company’s cyber defence operating model, frameworks, processes and tools.
  • You will be expect to lead the technical investigation and mitigation/response to cyber events and incidents.
  • You will also be expect to lead and shape the containment and remediation responses to complex cyber events and incidents.
  • You will be undertaking eDiscovery investigations in support of legal and corporate investigations
  • Also you will be documenting and maintaining technical investigation information in line with regulations/standards.




  • Experience in Cyber Forensics/Mobile Forensics, Network Forensics and Cyber Incident Response.
  • Hands on experience leading technical investigations into high severity/sensitive cyber events and incidents.
  • Creating strong working relationships, and engaging effectively, across a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Communicating concise summaries of complex technical scenarios/information across diverse and senior stakeholder groups.
  • Background and experience in information security management, penetration testing, cyber security investigations, or computer forensics.
  • Knowledge of host forensics, network traffic analysis, and enterprise-scale incident response.
  • An understanding of chain of custody procedures, forensics best practices, and evidence handling.
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