Getting started in computer forensics
Source: ComputerWorld - Posted by Pete O'Hara   
Intrusion Detection Many private companies are turning to the military and law enforcement agencies to find computer forensics and security professionals. Some officers are leaving their posts for jobs in the corporate world, sometimes doubling or even tripling their salaries. That's what Jose . . . Many private companies are turning to the military and law enforcement agencies to find computer forensics and security professionals. Some officers are leaving their posts for jobs in the corporate world, sometimes doubling or even tripling their salaries. That's what Jose Granado did in the early '90s, when he left his job as a regional crime investigator at the Air Force's Office of Special Investigations. Now, as the national leader for Ernst & Young's profiling practice, he is what he calls a "white-hat hacker," breaking into clients' IT systems and then making recommendations to make them more secure. How does one make the transition from the world of the military to private business?

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