Computer forensic examiners are in demand

Share this article:
Skills in demand
Skills in demand

There is no one singular solution to mitigate the growing vulnerabilities of our digital universe, but in every sector the need for computer forensic examiners (aka “CFE”) is on the rise, and they are poised to serve some of the broadest needs of our digital universe.

What it takes

In-depth understanding of forensic data collection, chain of custody and rules of evidence, along with strong documentation and working knowledge of personal computers, servers and networked systems are all critical. 

Compensation

Entry-level roles start around $70K. Mid-level positions can pay up to $125K. 



Share this article:

Sign up to our newsletters

More in Opinions

The cool factor: New tech in banking has an edge

The cool factor: New tech in banking has ...

Disruption is expected; financial crime should be, too.

Me and my job: James Hill senior security architect, Consolidated Data Services

Me and my job: James Hill senior security ...

James Hill senior security architect, Consolidated Data Services (CDS), discusses his role at his organization.

Ahead in the cloud

Ahead in the cloud

Growth businesses are always looking for flexible ways of working that reduce capital and running costs, while securely delivering the data users need, when and where they need it.