It’s a great time to be an analyst at the Ministry of Justice. Our new Analytical Platform is giving our analysts access to cutting edge open source tools, improving our ability to use data and evidence to drive decision making.
I’m a Senior Security Engineer at the MOJ and part of a team of talented technology specialists using skills such as penetration testing, incident response, cryptology, vulnerability research, and digital forensics to keep our systems and services secure.
I’m the Product Manager for the Power of Attorney (POA) refunds service for the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG). My team and I built a digital and assisted digital service (no paper version) to meet a need that hadn’t …
At the Ministry of Justice we code in the open by default. Increasingly, we write IT Policy in the open too. We apply the tenth GDS design principle: improving our IT Policy in the open to make it better.
We’ve recently rolled out a new model for helping our teams meet the Digital by Default service standard.
Today I interviewed my 10th candidate in 3 months for a security engineer role.
If we want to encourage young people to think about a career in digital and technology, what should we do? Get out there and talk to them!
How we're changing the way we protect our digital services from security risks.
Making fast, frequent changes to code so changes can be easily viewed is a vital part of software development. Find out how MOJ Digital is tackling this challenge.
We believe that there’s a great opportunity for departments, local authorities and other interested bodies to collaborate and help build digital skills across government. That’s why we’re creating an informal working group to share successes and failures, research and learnings.