Advancing your career is about finding your industry and your
niche. Computer forensics can be that niche for you Study Computer
Forensics with Sassinsky Data Services and learn about this
exciting and rewarding field from knowledgeable instructors
using real world examples and hands on coursework.
is done using Sassinsky Data Service’s own
coursework designed entirely by computer forensics professionals.
You will also learn by performing mock computer forensic examinations
using actual workstations and forensic tools.
Services will even help with your job search upon your satisfactory
completion of the courses. Introductory
and advanced courses are available.
Invest in yourself and your
future. Market yourself in the emerging field of computer forensics.
more computer forensics professionals are needed.
trained professionals will enter the industry in many different
areas, including corporate, law enforcement,
government intelligence, and attorney consulting. Additionally,
corporations are choosing to send their information technology
employees to computer forensic training to help protect the
company against lawsuits and internal fraud and crime.
to CNN.com, “A growing number of businesses
are choosing to do their own research into cybercrime rather
than go to the police, and are signing up for forensics training
to help them uncover employee misdeeds and security breaches.”
agencies in the United States Government have specifically
targeted computer crime and computer related offenses. The
U. S. Secret Service has identified high-technology crime as “the
crime of the future.” With the increasing prevalence
and therefore increasing focus on of high-technology crime,
professionals training in performing computer investigations
will be in demand in the public and private sector.
computer forensic professionals are needed far beyond the investigations
of “computer-related” crime.
Everyday, more and more information is transferred from hard-copy
formats to electronic formats. At the same time, new information
is often created and stored in electronic format and never
printed to hardcopy.
In an investigation or lawsuit, both criminal
and civil, information is key. The side with the most abundant
and accurate information
often holds and advantage. Identifying and obtaining this
electronically stored information is the realm of the computer