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Looking -GRADUATE RECRUITMENT DIGITAL FORENSICS / EDISCOVERY

Discussion of computer forensics employment and career issues.
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Looking -GRADUATE RECRUITMENT DIGITAL FORENSICS / EDISCOVERY

Post Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2016 2:44 pm

Hello, I'm Charlie.

I'm a final year Computer Forensics student at Leeds Beckett University.

I'm due to graduate with a 1st class degree in July 2016 and am looking for immediate recruitment as a graduate in a digital forensics / eDiscovery based role.

I have an analytic mind set and highly developed technical and communication skills. My experience from University includes the processes to identify, evaluate and present evidence taken from different digital devices, as well as knowledge of the professional, legal and ethical issues essential to the digital forensics industry.

I've been studying in-depth practical analysis of different Operating Systems using specialist software and tools, recovery and restoration of deleted content, and looking at many different forms of digital evidence.

I am very motivated and interested in pursuing a career within digital forensics / eDiscovery. If anybody has any recommendations or information they think could help me, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Thank-you very much.  

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Re: Looking -GRADUATE RECRUITMENT DIGITAL FORENSICS / EDISCOVERY

Post Posted: Tue Jan 19, 2016 2:18 pm

- charlie.w
Hello, I'm Charlie.

We know. Wink

What did you choose in the end for your final year project?

Maybe you could share/publish parts of it as a demonstration of your capabilities that someone looking for a new hire may notice.

jaclaz
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