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IntaForensics - 3rd Annual Graduate Selection Week June 2013
IntaForensics is a privately held service provider and is responsible for providing Digital Forensics to Law Enforcement, Legal, Private and Commercial organisations. We pride ourselves on quality; this is reflected in our BS EN ISO 9001:2008 registration and our Information Security with EN ISO 27001:2005 accreditation.
IntaForensics offer an unparalleled Computer Forensic service, with a highly regarded reputation as being a quality science driven organisation. IntaForensics quality of services is not about one single person, and is provided through a collection of highly talented and scientific team members delivering services to public and private organisations throughout the UK.
IntaForensics will be hosting for the third year a no cost 4 day Computer Forensics and Graduate selection course. To qualify, applicants must hold at least BSc/MSc Forensic Computing, currently resident in the UK and have been permanently for at least 3 years, actively seeking a Graduate Computer Forensic Analyst position and be available to attend the training course on the week commencing 10th June 2013. Demand for the course is always high, with the course strictly limited to just 20 places selected from the most suitable applications.
The course will take place at the Eliot Park Innovation Centre, Warwickshire – selected for its close ties with technology and innovation – and will provide a broad overview of computer forensic casework, including the identification of digital media; the technical requirements of preparing evidence for analysis; an introduction to key software; the analysis of the Windows operating system; and an introduction to technical reports and witness statements.
On successful completion of Day 4, short-listed delegates will be invited to interview for the role of Graduate Computer Forensic Analyst (£18k + Benefits + EnCase Passport).
How to apply
Please apply in writing including a current CV, to the HR Manager firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close on the 31st March 2013.