IntaForensics Graduate and Selection Course 2011
Between 6th to 9th June 2011, the Inaugral IntaForensics Graduate Training Course took place in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
The course was provided to a select number of recent university graduates within the field of Forensic Computing, with a view to offering one successful candidate a full time position as a Forensic Analyst.
The overall purpose was to give the graduates basic instruction in the use of EnCase; together with the benefit of the considerable knowledge and experience of IntaForensic Practitioners.
This was greatly enhanced by the kind donation, by Guidance software, of a time limited Network Authentication Server (NAS) licence for the duration of the course. This enabled full unrestricted use by the participants of the primary forensic tool used by IntaForensics.
The attendees received instruction in various methodologies used by IntaForensics in all of their examinations. They gained valuable knowledge of common investigative techniques used to thoroughly analyse the lastest versions of the Windows Operating system. Such techniques included the examination of artefacts residing within the System Volume Information (SVI).
As a result of this course a number of the attendees were identified and invited to return for a formal interview in order to identify one successful candidate for full time employment.