Join Jungwoo Ryoo for an in-depth discussion in this video Computer forensics, part of Developer Career Paths and Certifications.
- [Instructor] Computer forensics is a field…in which IT developers investigate criminal activities…in cyberspace,…and produce evidence for legal and regulatory actions.…Criminal justice, or CJ,…is closely related to computer forensics…because people in CJ are one of the consumers…of the evidence prepared…by computer forensics professionals.…These CJ workers include law enforcement officers,…and they played a crucial role…in the development of computer forensics,…especially in it's early stage.…
Early on, they noticed that computers were being used…to commit crimes,…and they had to quickly acquire necessary computer skills…to conduct their criminal investigations…and eventually to produce evidence to be submitted to court.…This is why we still see heavy law enforcement involvement…in the computer forensics industry.…We've come a long way since this humble beginning…of computer forensics.…These days, many colleges offer computer forensics courses…in their cybersecurity curriculum,…or majors specializing in computer forensics.…
- Technical preparation for IT career paths
- Importance of soft skills
- Software engineering career options
- Careers in system administration
- Working in cybersecurity
- Careers in data science
- Working with machine learning
- Pursuing certifications
- Preparation tips
Skill Level Beginner
1. An Overview of IT Developer Careers
2. Software Engineering
3. System Administration
5. Data Science
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