Computer Forensic Investigator Resume

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Ignacio Brooks

4349 Virginia Street

Chicago, IL 60601

(555)-555-5555

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Job Objective Seeking the chance to fill the position of Computer Forensic Investigator with established company in which to enhance my skills and become a valued member of team.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Possess experience in computer Forensic and Media Exploitation
  • Sound knowledge of principles and technology related to forensic science
  • Profound knowledge of Report Writing
  • Proficient with EnCase, FTK, ILook, Sleuth Kit/Autopsy and other Computer Forensic Tools
  • Programming knowledge in Perl and EnCase and EnScript
  • Strong interpersonal and attention to detail
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Skilled with Microsoft Office applications

Work Experience:

Computer Forensic Investigator, August 2005 – Present

Harris Corporation, Chicago, IL

  • Examined and analyzed electronic media in support of computer intrusion, counterterrorism, counterintelligence and criminal cases.
  • Analyzed media using a broad range of computer forensic tools then summarized findings in a technical report.
  • Testified in a court of law as a fact witness to the specifics of a case and as an expert witness to the computer forensic analysis process.

Computer Forensic Investigator, May 2000 – July 2005

Miles Technologies, Chicago, IL

  • Reviewed information on various computer related evidence obtained from various crime scenes and believed to contain evidence of criminal activity.
  • Restored damaged and erased computer hard drives to attempt to collect evidence and information.
  • Compiled reports including chain of evidence forms, evidence logs and entered data into various computer programs for access by investigating officers.
  • Prepared for court appearances and testified in court when necessary.

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Prairie State College, Chicago Heights, IL

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