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SYTECH gain 7th place for Digital Forensics in – Tweeting Forensic Science: 100 Great Accounts Worth Investigating

 

The field of forensic science depends heavily on technology, and is subject to rapid innovation. This is especially true of digital forensics. There is a constant arms race to come up with new programs to more effectively protect and analyze data to reinforce computer security. Many top experts in forensic science, including digital forensics, crime scene investigation, and even forensic archaeology and entomology, are using Twitter to share their views and discuss innovations in the industry. Twitter is an excellent venue for newcomers and old hands in forensic science to keep up with industry news, learn about new developments, and network both socially and professionally.

 

These are some of the most informative Twitter accounts in the Forensic Science space. Following any and all of these individuals, companies, and publications is a great way to delve into the rich and ever growing field of forensic science. The accounts are classified by general subject matter, and listed in no specific order.

 

Digital Forensic Investigation Info

Digital forensic investigation is one of the most rapidly developing branches of the forensic science field. Crimes involving identity theft, financial fraud, and other digital evidence require the technical expertise of a digital forensic scientist or cybersecurity specialist. Many companies and publications have popped up specifically to cover digital forensics, and they often share their insights on Twitter.

 

@SytechForensics

@SytechForensics

Sytech Digital Forensics brings together leading-edge specialists in all areas of Digital Forensics to provide a comprehensive one-stop analysis service. They work with all sectors and have over the years been involved in thousands of cases, including several very high profile cases. Their tweets touch on such topics as criminal justice, civil litigation, corporate and individual digital forensics.

Tweeting Forensic Science: 100 Great Accounts Worth Investigating » Forensic Science Degree.

The placement will involve full-time employment for a period of 12 months or more.
Work undertaken during the placement will involve assisting a forensic investigator in a variety of tasks where attention to detail, forensic methodology and presentation are paramount.

The type of work will primarily be case dependant but on completion of the placement, the successful candidate will be able to:
– Understand and adapt forensic methodology to the type of instruction
– Present technical information to a number of audiences in a clear and understandable manner
– Construct exhibits to be used in a court setting
– Utilise computer forensic software to a high standard
– Recover forensic artefacts applicable to each specific case
– Comprehend the use of computer and mobile forensic techniques
– Understand how an expert witness firm operates

The successful candidate must possess the following criteria:
i) Computer literate – The successful candidate must be confident and highly skilled in using Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint
ii) Presentation skills – being able to present appropriately and accurately is an important skill for any successful forensic expert
iii) Organisational skills – being able to manage time and work efficiently.
iv) High standard of report writing skills

The successful candidate should ideally possess the following criteria:
i) Basic computer forensic knowledge – The candidate should have a basic knowledge of the techniques used within the area of computer forensics
ii) Intermediate EnCase knowledge preferably v5 onwards (or other similar forensic tools) – The candidate should be able to use EnCase to a reasonable standard
iii) Analytical Skills – Analytical skills are essential when investigating and collating difference sources of data according to case instructions.
iv) Research capabilities/skills – use of internet for sourcing and validating data.

How to apply:
IMPORTANT – You need to write a short critique of approximately 250 words detailing your expression of interest in this position and in the field of Digital Forensics and Email it along with a Covering Letter and CV to the Sytech Recruitment Office:

Recruitment@sytech-consultants.com

With the title Work Placement – Blog

 

Thank you,

Simon

Recruitment@Sytech-Consultants.com

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Systems Technology Consultants Ltd

www.sytech-consultants.com

Sytech Twitter

www.twitter.com/SytechForensics

 

Experience in:
– Cell Site Analysis
– Field Surveys
– Use of various Cell Site Analysis tools
– Excellent Report writing skills
– Court Room experience preferred.
– Experienced in the Installation and Provisioning of Cellular Networks.

How to apply:
Please Email a Covering Letter and CV covering the last two years, along with salary expectations to the Sytech Recruitment Office:

Recruitment@sytech-consultants.com

With the title Cell-Site Analyst – Blog

 

Thank you,

Simon

Recruitment@Sytech-Consultants.com

_________________

Systems Technology Consultants Ltd

www.sytech-consultants.com

Sytech Twitter

www.twitter.com/SytechForensics