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Internship Available

Post Posted: Feb 26, 11 22:52

We now have an opening for an unpaid digital forensics internship with our firm. We are located in Raleigh, NC.

We prefer students who are currently in a Masters Degree program and who wish to have an opportunity to learn from our experienced examiners.

Interns will learn how cases are handled, and will get hands on experience with various forensic tools including Encase, Paraben Device Seizure, Susteen Secure View and others.

We handle civil, domestic and criminal cases. As one of the top digital forensic firms specializing in criminal defense cases, we handle all types of criminal cases.

Interns must be able to pass a criminal background check and be of age to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

Interns work in our forensic lab in Raleigh, NC. Internships last from six weeks to a year, depending on the requirements and desire of the intern.

Interns must have the ability to work independently, maintain detailed notes, and maintain utmost confidentiality.

If you are interested in this internship, contact me via email with a short statement of introduction, your background and your ability to locate yourself to Raleigh, NC for the period of your internship.
Larry E. Daniel
Guardian Digital Forensics
"An Envista Forensics Company" 

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Re: Internship Available

Post Posted: Mar 03, 11 04:19

What's your process when you bring in an intern for dealing with clients and telling clients who will be working on a drive/case.

In our office someone calls in on a case and they want the CV of who is working on that case, do you have the intern forward his CV?

Someone recently got drilled for having an intern and not telling the client that an intern was working on their case. Even though there was an NDA in the case it wasn't disclosed to the court that this individual would be part of the case and he took an earful.  

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