Providing guidance on how to develop a career in Cybercrime Forensics - aimed at students, teachers and those desiring a career change.
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The office of cybersecurity and information assurance estimates cybercrime is worth 27 billion pounds a year in the UK alone. These crimes ranged from online fraud, espionage and IP theft. In cyber forensics, it is our job to determine what actions a person has taken leading up to the event and identify who is responsible.
Andrew will be giving an introduction to cybercrime forensics and highlighting its importance in our society. Cybercrime forensics is a vast area with very different jobs that require different sets of specific skills. However, common soft and technical skills needed between the areas are highlighted, along with widely available resources to help you succeed in this career path.
About the speaker
Andrew Moore, Anglia Ruskin University and Cybercrime Forensics Consultant
Andrew is a digital forensics professional who has consulted in digital forensics, e-Discovery and academic roles across the last eight years. Andrew currently helps businesses in their cyber security needs, focusing on digital forensics and malware. Andrew is also a course leader for BSc Digitech at ARU and consults for a Cambridge start-up Botprobe.
As joint principal investigator, Andrew has completed a global cybercrime certification (GCC) project for the EC Directorate-General for Migration & Home Affairs via ECTEG. The project was to harmonise digital forensics standards across Europe. Andrew holds qualifications such as CFIP, CSIR and a BSc(Hons) in information security and forensic computing.
In his own time, he plays guitar, football and computer games.
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