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Cernunnos

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I am currently enrolled at DeVry, and one of my focus possibilities is Computer Forensics. Figured that a forum like this would be the best place to meet people in my area who are already in this field to give me some good advice. I have been around a computer for the last 22 years, and I seem to be the local 'go to' guy when it involves computer networking or even access to offline documents. Even my dad calls me up trying to find documents that he deleted and saved over top of.
If anyone has any tips, or maybe some warnings, I just started my schooling and I would rather find out now before I get too involved with the major if this isn't something that I can make a living at.
 

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Great question...sorry to see it went unanswered for a few years.
However, I'm sure there are lots of people still today who in a similar place in life and can relate to what you are asking.
We are working hard for 2019 to create some more in-depth blog posts that delve deeper into some of the big questions asked by our forum members.

Checkout our latest blog post on: How to Become a Digital Forensics Professional in 2019 - Computer Forensics World for what to expect from the Computer / Digital Forensics field in 2019.
 

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