IntaForensics (http://www.intaforensics.com) is calling on graduates to submit their entries by this Friday for a chance to join its free intensive training week, open to 20 of the UK’s most promising graduates…With computers and mobile phones now all-pervading, the demand for this highly specialised set of skills is continually rising. To help address a growing need for skilled graduates to join the industry, Nuneaton-based computer forensics firm IntaForensics is launching a free 5-day intensive training course.
Due to be held on the week commencing 15th February 2010 at the Eliot Park Innovation Centre, Nuneaton, the course will provide a broad overview of computer forensic work, 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 Day 5, shortlisted delegates will be invited to take part in one-to-one reviews with IntaForensics, where they will also be interviewed for the role of Trainee Forensic Analyst.
Andrew Frowen, Director of IntaForensics commented:
”Since announcing the course at the end of December, we have seen a healthy flow of applications from promising graduates located throughout the UK. When we close the door to applications at the end of the week, we will be begin the process of sifting through to identity the 20 most promising graduates.
“For all those who attend the training week, this short introduction to computer forensics will provide a unique insight into the industry, and a valuable boost to their résumés. And for the best performing attendees, we look forward to welcoming them to the firm as Trainee Forensic Analysts.”
To qualify, applicants must hold a BSc Computer Science degree or equivalent and be available to attend the training course
To apply, graduates should send a covering letter and CV to email@example.com with Graduate Week in the subject line.
Applications must be received by 29th January 2010.
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IntaForensics (http://www.intaforensics.com) provides independent computer forensics, expert witness, mobile phone forensics, and forensic data recovery to the legal sector, police forces, local authorities and commercial organisations internationally.
With a state-of-the-art laboratory in Nuneaton, and offices in London and Leeds, IntaForensics offers a quality guaranteed service (BS EN ISO 9001:2000 registered) and boasts Information Security (ISO 27001:2005) accreditation. Clients include Leicestershire Police, Leicester Trading Standards and Nottingham Trading Standards, as well as dozens of solicitors, local authorities and private sector organisations.
Director Andrew Frowen is a registered and vetted computer forensic expert, chartered IT professional and certified mobile phone examiner. He has provided expert investigation, advice and testimony for both the prosecution and defence in a variety of cases, including fraud, possession of indecent images, drugs importation, hacking, theft and intellectual property theft.