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5092673
European Loss Prevention Data Mining Analyst, Based Amsterdam, to €55K + Package Health Insurance 5 Weeks Annual Leave Relocation package available

Position: European Loss Prevention Data Mining Analyst
Salary: to €55K + Package Health Insurance 5 Weeks Annual Leave Relocation package available
Location(s): Based Amsterdam
Job description: This is a fantastic opportunity to work for this globally recognised, iconic branded retailer, who have stores in over 30 countries. In this unique position you will be able to have a direct impact on the loss prevention function by providing important data analysis to senior loss prevention managers.
You will have a platform to demonstrate your abilities and realize your potential by producing valuable management information which will assist the loss prevention team and key stakeholders of this exciting and fast growing global retailer.

The Loss Prevention Data Mining Analyst will support all areas of loss prevention activity, providing key data analysis; working as the data investigations expert within the loss prevention team.
The successful candidate will be responsible for continually identifying, checking and mitigating risks using existing business data and loss prevention programs.
With responsibility for providing data management reports to the Head of Loss prevention, you will document and monitor all investigations activity and ensure that all linked information is appropriately catalogued.
Support the flow of information within Internal Control & Risk by working closely with the wider team on risk matrix subjects.

Candidate profile: You will have a proven background in a retail environment in fraud, compliance or loss prevention.
Specialist knowledge of data mining, case management and loss prevention tools.
The ability to initiate, research and analyse multiple data streams including EPOS, FPOS, banking, stock loss, supply chain, incidents.
Experience of managing varied and large amounts of data, with the ability to concisely report on it to key stakeholders.
Proficient in MS Office Package (particularly Excel and Access) with a strong understanding of EPOS systems.
An understanding of risk based auditing techniques and procedures.
Excellent analytical, presentation, training and reporting skills with attention to detail.
Effective communication, interpersonal and networking skills.
Fluent in English and an additional European language would be an advantage.
Flexibility in a constantly changing multinational environment, with the ability to travel throughout Europe.
A proactive approach with the ability to work independently or as part of a team.


To Apply for this Vacancy send your CV to John Woolf on 01206 329021,
or by e-mail to jwoolf@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 5092673.
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5090993
Head of Cyber Investigations / Content Protection / IP, Based London, £110K + Excellent Benefits Package 15% Bonus Company Pension Private Medical Laptop, Mobile phone

Position: Head of Cyber Investigations / Content Protection / IP
Salary: £110K + Excellent Benefits Package 15% Bonus Company Pension Private Medical Laptop, Mobile phone
Location(s): Based London
Job description: The Company:
Our client is a market leading globally recognised sporting organisation that has been at the forefront of sporting events for over twenty years, they host the very best sporting talent from around the world and reach an estimated audience of over 4 bn people in over 200 countries around the globe.

The Role:
In this exciting role the Head Cyber Investigations / Content Protection / IP is responsible for the management of all enforcement and content protection work streams. As an external facing role you will be responsible for liaising with external suppliers and key stakeholders in addition to the development of content protection strategy.

The Head of Investigations has accountability for the management of enforcement work streams,
development of content removal and internet enforcement strategy (including management of external supplier) involving:
Live streaming.
Clips.
Proxy.
Enforcement at each step of the streaming chain.
IPTV.
Criminal investigations into suppliers of unauthorised systems to commercial premises and management of external suppliers and strategy accordingly.
International investigations and licensee support into suppliers of unauthorised systems and management of external suppliers and content protection strategy accordingly.
Direct liaison with law enforcement agencies where appropriate.
Liaison with licensees and relevant external suppliers in relation to broadcaster security and leaks.
Maintaining awareness and strategy in relation to development of future content protection technologies including watermarking.
Close liaison with litigators and litigation strategy.

Candidate profile: This fantastic opportunity would be ideally suited to an IP Lawyer, Content Protection or Cyber Investigations Manager with a proven track record in content protection.
The Successful candidate will have a broad range of expertise in content protection or investigations into IP and content theft.
Technical knowledge and awareness of the latest online streaming and preventative
technologies.
Knowledge and understanding of IP and copyright law.
You will have a network of contacts within relevant law enforcement agencies and other rights owners.
The ability to articulate and explain complex points to wide range of audiences.
The capability to represent the organisation to a wide range of stakeholders including licensees.
A strategic and analytical aptitude with the ability to improve work streams and processes.


To Apply for this Vacancy send your CV to John Woolf on 01206 329021,
or by e-mail to jwoolf@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 5090993.
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5085133
Digital Forensic Analyst, Based London, to £42.5K + Excellent Benefits Package

Position: Digital Forensic Analyst
Salary: to £42.5K + Excellent Benefits Package
Location(s): Based London
Job description: Forensically obtaining data from computers, servers and mobile devices; ensuring that the evidential integrity is maintained.
Undertaking forensic examination of digital devices computers, satellite navigation systems, mobile phones, tablet devices and all forms of portable media in line with relevant legislation, best practice, ACPO guidelines and company Policy.
Performing in-depth forensic analysis, data recovery and standardisation of data for review by lawyers.
Compiling evidential forensic reports for submission to Court, presenting written and oral evidence in a detailed yet simplified manner.
Attending warrants and on-site investigations, providing advice and support in the handling and seizure of digital evidence.
Providing support to the core investigative functions of the copyright Protection department including intelligence gathering, disclosure and best practice guidance.
Identifying and adapting to new technologies associated with infringements.
Assist other investigations and related queries as and when required.
Provide regular updates on copyright protection trends to the department head and legal counsel.

Candidate profile: You will have a naturally inquisitive nature, with an analytical mind and enjoy problem solving in a methodical manner.
A Degree in Forensic Computing or Computer Science with experience in a computer forensic environment.
Experience of the e-discoveryprocess, including knowledge and experience of SQL.
Experience of extraction and analysis of logs and audit trails from switches, routers or gateways.
Awareness of procedures for data extraction from computers, satellite navigation systems, mobile phones, tablet devices and all forms of portable media.
Knowledge and experience of computer forensics, including the software applications EnCase, FTK, Nuix and dtSearch.
The ability to produce creative solutions to complex problems.
Trained and qualified in the use of EnCe , FTK, Cellebrite and XRY.
Equal opportunities: The employer is keen to attract the best possible candidate regardless of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, race, colour, age, religion or belief, national or ethnic origins or disability.

To Apply for this Vacancy send your CV to John Woolf on 01206 329021,
or by e-mail to jwoolf@ssr-personnel.com, quoting reference 5085133.
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Group Anti Bribery & Corruption Officer, Home based in the UK, POLICE

Position: Group Anti Bribery & Corruption Officer
Location(s): Home based in the UK
Job description: The Role reports to the Group Head Financial Crime Prevention for performance management and day to day purposes. However, a key feature of the role is the relationship with, and support provided to the various ABC Officers within the Business Units and Regional Offices. Of prime importance is the collation, analysis and dissemination of Risk assessment, Management information and intelligence on trends in financial crime to all relevant Group Businesses as well as Open Source Intelligence. A high level of confidentiality and integrity is required and an ability to liaise and influence/engage at all levels to provide a professional and added-value service.
Candidate profile: Current knowledge and experience of ABC/fraud intelligence sources, collation and analysis.
Good knowledge of criminal law relating to ABC/fraud and investigative legislation.
An understanding and experience of financial crime investigations.
Ability to interact with all levels of management, external bodies and policyholders.
Good presentation and analysis skills.
Ability to deal with extremely confidential and sensitive intelligence in an appropriate and tactful manner.
Willingness to work outside of the recognised core hours and to travel as necessary.



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Global Investigations Manager, Geneva, INVESTIGATIONS

Position: Global Investigations Manager
Location(s): Geneva
Job description: Global Investigations Manager Fluent English (written and spoken) is essential with French/German and/or another language a strong preference.
Based in Geneva this position requires a high degree of sound business acumen, independent judgement, technical expertise and investigative experience gained within a law enforcement environment or international organization /agency such as the UN.

You will as the senior global investigations manager reporting to, and acting as deputy for, the Director of Global Investigations. Assist the Director of Global Investigations with implementation of all phases of the Groups worldwide investigative processes, partnering within Global Corporate Security, and with other functions including Human Resources, Legal, IT, Finance, Audit and Compliance, and other domestic and international operational units to address all investigative needs.

Candidate profile: The Person
The successful candidate will assist the Director Global Investigations with leading innovative, world class investigative solutions to unique and business-critical issues that may threaten employee security and/or Company products, reputation, intellectual property and facilities.

Ten or more years experience managing investigations and staff. If you have a background in law enforcement this must be complimented with experience in the commercial sector or experience within the UN investigations function.
Significant experience in managing and analyzing electronic case management databases.
Proven skills of communicating with and influencing senior management.
Maintains expert knowledge of specific requirements imposed by foreign government agencies, consulting with members of Global Security and security managers.
Working knowledge of social media and associated security issues.
Performance management of domestic and international suppliers of investigative services involved in highly complex and sensitive matters.
Strong financial acumen and analytical ability to identify and assess exposure to loss, and to examine alternative risk control techniques.
Bachelors degree or international equivalent, preferably in Criminal Justice, Business, Accounting, or related field. Exceptionally, this can be waived if the candidate has a demonstrable breadth of practical and successful experience.
Certified Protection Professional CPP or Certified Fraud Examiner CFE preferred


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Security Vetting Officer, London, SECURITY

Position: Security Vetting Officer
Location(s): London
Job description: The successful candidate will be required to:
Ensure all vetting applications are processed efficiently and timely
Establish and maintain a good working relationships;
Produce security ID passes;
Assist with administration of the access control system;
Conduct note exchange interviews;
Maintain, monitor and analyse patterns of criminal behaviour using the intelligence database;
Undertake due diligence;
Other ad hoc duties as required.
Candidate profile: Essential skills and competencies are:
Excellent oral and written communication skills, with the ability and confidence to communicate with people at all levels, internally and externally;
Excellent work load and self-management skills;
Good attention to detail with high degree of accuracy;
Flexibility and adaptability, able to multi task effectively;
Competent IT user, with the ability to quickly develop skills using new IT systems;
Good analytical skills;
Discretion at all times as the role will involve dealing with confidential/sensitive information;
Good team player, always willing to assist others.


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Loss Prevention Investigator, Field based role covering Oxford, London and across to Bristol, RETAIL

Position: Loss Prevention Investigator
Location(s): Field based role covering Oxford, London and across to Bristol
Job description: Working for this successful and expanding organisation as Loss Prevention Investigator you will conduct store visits to incorporate audits, all stores to be visited at least once every 6 months. You will help minimize financial losses and develop strategies and compile reports.

Candidate profile: The successful applicant would be an experienced investigator, who if possible has experience of working within a multi-site environment.


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Director of Content Protection - EMEA, Brussels, Belgium,

Position: Director of Content Protection - EMEA
Location(s): Brussels, Belgium
Job description: The position will take responsibility for a number of countries (Including United Kingdom, Ireland, Poland & South Africa) You will coordinate and drive Anti Piracy enforcement efforts as well as specialist work on enforcment activities to penetrate and dismantle Internet source groups closed communities etc. Our client is a very exciting organisation to work for and is considered to be a leading body in the world of Anti Piracy enforcement. You will oversee, liaise and manage the relationship with local offices in selected territories. The role is mainly to support the local offices in content protection, with main focus on consultation and co-ordination.
Apart from the operational responsibility, we are looking for someone who is "tech savvy" and will focus on our "source piracy"
investigations (including screener leaks, topsites and release groups).
Candidate profile: In general, we are looking for someone with international scope and experience in managing operations on the ground. Someone that is "technically / internet savvy" and can adapt to environment where more and more operations are internet focused (including ISP outreach, content recognition technology, various content distribution platforms - e.g. newsgroups, p2p etc).
Experienced in working with Agencies such as Europol and Interpol is advantageous. Possibly you may have a Law Enforcement background within cyber crime / Internet Investigations but we are very keen that this person has gained experience with a commercial organisation where diplomacies and sensitivities are key to winning hearts & minds. Applicants from the commercial sector with considerable experience of managing online Anti Piracy Strategy but with strong hands on Investigations experience in this highly specialist area are prefered. Position will be based in Belgium and we would consider this to be a local appointment therefore applicants must be prepared to live and work in Belgium.


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Manager of Investigations, Covering all the UK and Europe, based in South East Ideally,

Position: Manager of Investigations
Location(s): Covering all the UK and Europe, based in South East Ideally
Job description: Working for this well known retailer, direct, manage, coordinate and conduct investigations into breaches of policies and procedures and internal criminal activities within the central functions. Partner with Divisional Loss Prevention to ensure that all investigations are carried out in a consistent way in line with country laws. Manage the analyst team to provide investigative data mining resource for all divisions.


Candidate profile: You will need first rate investigation experience preferably gained within a retail environment. Be a creative problem solver and a great team builder. You will also need the ability to influence peer group and senior management. Experience of Wicklander and Zulaswki interviewing techniques an advantage.


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Senior Investigator, Central London, United Kingdom,

Position: Senior Investigator
Location(s): Central London, United Kingdom
Job description: Conducting initial assessment of Investigation enquiries as they are received in order to best advise customers and produce the best plan of action be that on and individual or team assignment. Managing & Develop Case files and provide clear lines of communication between the Agency and the Customer.
Conducting Surveylance operations where required, develop contacts and undertake the usual array of field work including interviewing and statement taking.
Liaison with Management on a daily & Weekly basis to discuss case progress.
Where possible develop own business so as to increase productivity both on a personal and corporate level.
Support Investigative efforts on other operations as an when required.
Candidate profile: We are looking for an experience commercial Investigator who has previous formal law enforcement background either in a Policing environment, Customs & Excise or perhaps a specialist Investigations department.
A good level of experience in Fraud crime or Financial / Economic Crime Investigation is key here and considered advantageous to your application. You should be highly self motivated and driven for success as this opportunity benefits from strong performance related salary reviews and bonus schemes. Enthusiasm, A team player who gets on well within an office environment but is also adept at operating alone in the field where necessary. This role could develop into the Deputy for the head of the department.


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Internet Operations, Anti Piracy Manager, Brussells, Belgium,

Position: Internet Operations, Anti Piracy Manager
Location(s): Brussells, Belgium
Job description: The position will take responsibility for a specific country (possibly Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Checz Republic, Ukraine or Baltic Countries) coordinating Anti Piracy enforcement efforts as well as specialist work on enforcment activities to penetrate and dismantle Internet source groups closed communities etc.
Our client is a very exciting organisation to work for and his considered to be a leading body in the world of Anti Piracy enforcement. You will oversee, liaise and manage the relationship with local offices in selected territories. The role is mainly to support the local offices in content protection, with main focus on consultation and co-ordination.
Apart from the operational responsibility, we are looking for someone who is "tech savvy" and will focus on our "source piracy"
investigations (including screener leaks, topsites and release groups).
Candidate profile: In general, we are looking for someone with international scope and experience in managing operations on the ground. Someone that is "technically / internet savvy" and can adapt to environment where more and more operations are internet focused (including ISP outreach, content recognition technology, various content distribution platforms - e.g. newsgroups, p2p etc).
Experienced in working with Agencies such as Europol and Interpol is advantageous. Possibly you may have a Law Enforcement background within cyber crime / Internet Investigations But we are also keen to speak with applicants from the commercial sector with considerable experience of managing online Anti Piracy Strategy within a commercial environment.
Position will be based in Belgium and we would consider this to be a local appointments therefore applicants must be prepared to live and work in Belgium.


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Head of Security Investigations, Central London, United Kingdom,

Position: Head of Security Investigations
Location(s): Central London, United Kingdom
Job description: Our Client is looking for a highly experienced Manager with Executive level experience to manage the full security investigative function and to personally lead on all high level investigations while managing all other investigations both internal and external.This role will:
Liaise with all law enforcement agencies at the highest level.
Set the policies for all investigative functions, including kidnap and ransom.
Set the policy and oversee a full pre-employment screening function.
Gather information and intelligence to provide detailed analysis on the findings likely to impact the organisation, its people and business.
Deliver training on induction courses and any other investigative training requirements.
Candidate profile: The jobholder is expected to have a comprehensive investigative background, preferably at a law enforcement level, and have proven experience in complex Financial/Economic Security Investigations, and will have previous management experience of an investigative function.The jobholder should also have a very good understanding of the requirements of pre-employment screening, counter-surveillance techniques, kidnap and ransom situations and due diligence requirements.The jobholder should be literate, numerate, have excellent report writing skills, be very IT literate and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. A training qualification (eg NOCN) for the preparation and delivery of all training to security and other staff is advantageous


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Internet Investigations Manager - Copyright Infringement, West London, United Kingdom,

Position: Internet Investigations Manager - Copyright Infringement
Location(s): West London, United Kingdom
Job description: Day to day supervision and management of the internet investigations team to oversee investigations aimed at identifying and gathering evidence against offenders engaged in the distribution and supply of illicit film product.

Oversee the preparation of evidence ensuring it is of the highest possible quality, presented professionally and to a corporate standard.

Ensure the ethical delivery of optimum results against organisational performance targets.

The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the ability to work autonomously and be accountable for making professional decisions. The focus of the role will be predominantly, but not exclusively, towards digital piracy, and will encompass other areas as required.
Candidate profile: Key Skills:
Highly developed investigation skills, Proven track record of leadership, management and supervision, Effective communication skills, both verbal and written.
Excellent analytical and interpersonal, facilitative and consulting skills, Ability to demonstrate objectivity, sound reasoning, and deliver solutions. Ability to explain problems and solutions in both a technical and non-technical manner.
Ability to demonstrate systematic planning and supervision of team workload, Adaptable and comfortable in ever changing environments.
Knowledgable in all applicable Legislation
Demonstrable knowledge and experience of production of digital evidence in accordance with ACPO Guidelines and applicable legislation. Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988; Trade Marks Act 1994; Video Recordings Act 1984; PACE 1984; RIPA 2000....


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Internet Investigator, West London,

Position: Internet Investigator
Location(s): West London
Job description: A 1 year tenure at 35 hours per week, variable with evening and weekend work a requirement within this busy department. The majority of work will be conducted at our clients headquarters in Middlesex and on occasions you will be required to work from home Our Client will provide facilities at the home address to enable this work to be carried out as and when directed. During initial training you will be based most days at head office. Work within the Internet Investigation Team, having responsibility for investigation, referral, follow-up and reporting on all Internet technology cases, including primary and secondary copyright infringement issues and provide relevant case evidence to prosecuting authorities. The focus of the role will be predominantly, but not exclusively, towards digital piracy, and will encompass other areas as required within the scope of the role.
Candidate profile: Abilities to carry out the following:
Investigations of online technology cases you will have current experience of Investigating crime perpetrated through Internet Social Network, Peer Groups and Internet tools.
Liaison with Police, Trading Standards and other law enforcement agencies
Assist Police, Trading Standards and other law enforcement agencies as required
Determining and tracking repeat offenders and directing escalated action as required
Coordinating multi-region investigations
Maintain accurate records, be expedient and diligent in investigative casework
Provision of criminal evidence at judicial proceedings

Experience and Qualifications:
Law enforcement experience or other proven investigational background essential
Hi-Tech investigation experience or equivalent demonstrative skills essential
Technical understanding of file transmissions and file sharing technology advantageous
Experience of written / oral evidence essential
Ability to administrate, investigate, collate, and produce technical reports essential
Ability to communicate technical concepts in everyday language essential


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Fraud Investigations Trainer, London, POLICE

Position: Fraud Investigations Trainer
Location(s): London
Job description: A rapidly growing online gaming company seeks a Contract Trainer with a background and experience investigating fraud and working with the police. The training will likely take place in the London office, and include staff from other locations.
Candidate profile: The Trainer will work with the business to custom design a course training staff how to prepare and present evidence to the police on fraud cases. Topics will include for example: taking witness statements, reporting writing, gathering evidence, and preparing evidence, etc. With knowledge of laws such as Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, Data Protection Act.


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Investigation Service Assistant, Central London, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Position: Investigation Service Assistant
Location(s): Central London
Job description: CURRENTLY UNDER OFFER

The nature of the investigations are based around Intellectual Property infringement. This role would suit someone who is starting out in this field. Reports to the IS manager providing investigation support for the IS team and UK offices,
Will have to conduct internet searches, online database searches such as UKCH, Electoral roll, telephone directories, Land Registry etc. The candidate will have to Write clear and concise reports, completing and updating various internal databases.
The Investigation Work demands a candidate to be able to conduct remote and physical investigations in the UK and Europe.
The telephone investagations requires candidates to contact targets via telephone to obtain information
Must have the ability to meet with targets face to face and obtain required information

Candidate profile: General office, administration and communication experience essential. General knowledge and common sense is also vital in dealing with sensitive investigation issues. Candidate must have good computer skills, especially internet searching.
Computer skill packages must include: Internet Explorer, Microsoft Outlook, Office XP, Excel, Powerpoint and Intranet.
Databases used include; Dun & Bradstreet, Companies House Online, Land Registry etc.




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Internet Investigator, Middlesex, United Kingdom,

Position: Internet Investigator
Location(s): Middlesex, United Kingdom
Job description: Contract for 2 years at 35 hours per week, variable with evening and weekend work a requirement within this busy department. The majority of work will be conducted at our client's headquarters in Middlesex and on occasions you will be required to work from home. Our Client will provide facilities at the home address to enable this work to be carried out as and when directed. During initial training you will be based most days at head office. Work within the internet investigation team, having responsibility for investigation, referral, follow-up and reporting on all internet technology cases, including primary and secondary copyright infringement issues, and provide relevant case evidence to prosecuting authorities. The focus of the role will be predominantly, but not exclusively, towards digital piracy, and will encompass other areas as required within the scope of the role.
Candidate profile: Abilities to carry out the following:
Investigations of online technology cases.
Liaison with Police, Trading Standards and other law enforcement agencies.
Assist Police, Trading Standards and other law enforcement agencies as required.
Determining and tracking repeat offenders and directing escalated action as required.
Co-ordinating multi-region investigations.
Maintain accurate records, be expedient and diligent in investigative casework.
Provision of criminal evidence at judicial proceedings.

Experience and Qualifications:
Law enforcement experience or other proven investigational background essential.
Hi-tech investigation experience or equivalent demonstrative skills essential.
Technical understanding of file transmissions and file sharing technology advantageous.
Experience of written / oral evidence essential.
Ability to administrate, investigate, collate and produce technical reports essential.
Ability to communicate technical concepts in every day language essential.


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I S P industry Liaison Officer, West London,

Position: I S P industry Liaison Officer
Location(s): West London
Job description: Working within a leading Anti Piracy unit responsible for liaising with all Internet Service Providers to improve and maintain solid working relationships between the organisations in the efforts to reduce, track and enforce brand owners Intellectual Property rights. Ensuring that all ISP's recognise and understand the need of the organisation, providing a link role in communication and facilitating good working relationsips. The Internet is by far the biggest market place for active counterfeit operations and will play a keep part of our clients efforts to tackle crime committed through this form of media.
Candidate profile: That person will be IT literate and have thorough understanding of the internet and how ISPs work (perhaps having worked for them currently or previously). Capable of expressing our clients needs and wants both operationally and in terms of the wider picture of ISP responsibility. Commercially astute with some business acumen and significant influencing skills would be absolutely necessary along with excellent communication skills having liaised with these organisations on a regular basis. Although thereare some combined political lobbying efforts being made by the Alliance et al, the person would also need to be politically adept and understand how to intensify work specifically for the interests of our client whilst still working within the wider environment.


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Co-ordinator - Internet Anti Piracy Operations, Brussels, Belgium,

Position: Co-ordinator - Internet Anti Piracy Operations
Location(s): Brussels, Belgium
Job description: Primary point-of-contact between the regional office and Worldwide Internet Enforcement (WWIE) on Internet enforcement matters.
Primary point-of-contact between the regional office and the regions Anti Piracy Officers on Internet enforcement matters. Coordinate those activities with the Directors of Operations and provide support to them.
Liaise with Internet enforcement personnel at other other organisation who have a vested interest in Anti Piracy enforcment including trade bodies. Internet Investigation Support, Coordinate cross-border investigations involving programs in the Region, Refer cases from WWIE to appropriate APO, and oversees investigations for the purpose of keeping WWIE informed of progress and outcomes and to keep APO apprised of information obtained by WWIE.
Candidate profile: A college degree is prefered, experienced in the internet field, preferably with management experience.
The willingness to travel and to work in a fast evolving international environment, the ability to adapt to new technologies and trends are important. Specific qualifications, Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, in a clear, professional manner.
Excellent English language skills and the ability to communicate technical concepts in everyday language.
Skills in additional languages covering the major regional markets are desirable.
Experience in using / conducting investigations on Internet activities, including intrusions, web hosting and programming, IRC (DCC and XDCC) transmissions, Usenet postings, FTP site operation, peer-to-peer systems, and e-mail.
Strong understanding of the relationships between ISPs, domain names, IP addresses and hosting companies.
Extensive understanding of TCP/IP, DNS, WHOIS, NAT, and basic Internet protocols.
Strong working knowledge of various online and offline Internet investigative tools such as Whois, reverse DNS lookups, traceroute, ping/port scanning, etc.
Experience or familiarity with investigative techniques, legal proceedings and evidence gathering and preservation is desirable.


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Security Information Manager, Leeds, SECURITY

Position: Security Information Manager
Location(s): Leeds
Job description: Working for a major retailer, the aim of this role is to co-ordinate the provision of all security and risk information and to manage the framework of how this is delivered to customers. To manage the implementation and maximise the benefits from data mining and to maximise the recovery of losses through criminal activity.
Your main responsibilities will include; to manage the trial of a data mining solution and subsequent rollout to chain. Leading on from this the role will be the key point for analysis of the data and tasking of the security field team and to manage the smooth implementation of the new global Incident Reporting system in 2007 (APIS) ensuring UK business needs are met, including the migration of historical data and training of all relevant colleagues in use of the new system.
You will also be expected to develop and maintain key exception reports for the Investigation field team highlighting exceptions in operational standards. Provide appropriate assistance and support to resulting investigations. Other duties will include being responsible for the development of information gathering, collation, analysis and reporting function to ensure a proactive approach to threats to company assets which adds quantifiable value to our business supporting UK and International needs and the Management of the Civil Recovery process to ensure the benefit to the business is maximised in a cost effective manner. This role is office based, working Monday to Friday but a limited amount of travel will be required on occasion.
Candidate profile: The ideal candidate will have a good background in retail security with knowledge of current retail crime issues, investigative techniques & data protection regulations and will now be looking for a development opportunity, new challenges and exposure to wider business issues. Alternatively you may have a data analysis background with a history of case management although previous experience in retail investigations is highly desirable particularly through the use of data mining and/or data analysis systems.
You should be experienced in identifying trends and highlighting issues, which may require further investigation and have a good level of computer literacy as well as a desire to develop in this area. You should have very good communication skills especially presentational / written material, be experienced in dealing with the Police, colleagues at rival companies and third party agencies in order to gather information to assist the company loss prevention goals and Experience in tasking and targeting teams would be beneficial.


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