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I’m considering a career in computer forensics, is it a good field to go into?

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Question by JazzyJackrabbit: I’m considering a career in computer forensics, is it a good field to go into?
I currently have an Associate’s in Law Enforcement. However, I’m not going to be a police office, it was a big mistake on my behalf. I don’t want the one degree to go to total waste. How is a career in computer forensics? Is the outlook bright? I’m concerned about making a livable salary. Additionally, I want to have versatility and the ability to branch out with a 2nd degree.

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Answer by Roland
What about be a detective? Private investigator? I read a few things about forensics and the salary is not that great.
I will advise you to specialize into cybercrime technology to catch the new kind of criminals. It might involves some PC networks technologies to learn but who cares if you are happy with your life?:)

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One thought on “I’m considering a career in computer forensics, is it a good field to go into?

  1. JQT says:

    Contrary to the previous answer, IT forensics is a good field to get into.

    After the WorldCom, Enron and other similar events, companies has higher standard to meet for their use of data, record keeping and compliance.

    IT forensics deal mostly with after the facts. For example, if a company has purposely destroy their data then IT forensics attempt to recover what they can.

    From IT forensics one can branch out into two areas – security and audit – and there will be even more job opportunities.

    If you are interested in this area, this web site is a good place to conduct some research and maybe speak with people who are already in the business. http://www.computerforensicsworld.com/

    Best wishes.

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