SABRIC keeps you informed about the latest banking scams and fraudster activity to make sure that you don't end up as a statistic.

The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) is a Not for Profit Company formed by the four major banks to assist the Banking and Cash in transit companies combat organised bank-related crimes. We aim to be Africa’s trusted financial crime risk information centre leveraging on strategic partnerships. SABRIC is a subsidiary of the Banking Association.

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This is a key role reporting to the Senior Manager: Operations

This is a challenging role and the ideal candidate will have to provide Digital Forensic support services at inter-bank level through the efficient and effective application of information security expertise. Primarily responsible for hands on imaging and analysis of electronic evidence, inclusive of both hardware and software collected by SABRIC members or partners and analysis using international best practices and cutting edge forensic tools. This role will include leadership to develop provision and successfully execute a Digital Analysis Centre to combat electronic banking crime at industry level.


This is a challenging role and the ideal candidate will have to provide an effective, efficient, timeous, accurate administrative support to the General Manager & Senior Mangers – Information hub. We are looking for a highly resourceful, flexible, innovative and enthusiastic individual who possess a considerable amount of knowledge regarding administrative and office procedures. A quick learner who can absorb new ideas and has experience in coordinating, planning and organizing a wide range of administrative activities for the Information Hub.

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