Hi there, I am a forensi…

Posted on January 8, 2012. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Hi there,

I am a forensic computing student at bournemouth university, just want to ask you that if you can help me with this question which been asked in one of our assignement. The question is

a) The knowledge and skills required by Computing or Information Technology staff working in that industry area, based on your analysis of relevant, recent job advertisements;
b) How your assessment in part a) compares with recent surveys of the Computing/IT industry in the USA, as reported by Fernández-Sanz (2009), Gallagher et al. (2010) and Litecky et al. (2010);
c) The teams’ predictions of any changes to the knowledge and skills required by Computing Forensics staff working in that industry area during the next 20 years, explaining the reasons for those predicted changes.

I have kind of done the first two questions by mentioning the knowledge and skills which we need to have for the forensic computing area etc, but I am a bit strugged to think the last part fo my question which as you can see ” the predictions of any changes to the knowledge and skills required by Computing Forensics area during the next 20 years plus explaining the reasons for those predicted changes.

Is there any points or idea you can think of and would be appreciable if you could share with me.

Many Thanks

This arrived in my inbox today. It makes a change from the usual questions about placements. How would you respond ?

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See http://f-interviews.com/ – Yuri Gubanov makes inhterviews witt some forensic people and asks also about predictions for next 5 years in digital forensic. It could help 😉


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