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Sept. 14, 2022, 3:57 a.m. | /u/Beercanadawhiskey

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I’ve been scrolling through LinkedIn, Handshake, Indeed, etc job sites all of these positions require some experience level of DF from a job. Even internships are harder to land. I applied to a Special Investigations posting that analyzes Malware but outside of that I think it’s harder if you don’t have law enforcement or Military experience. I would not be surprised if people with Cyber Security degrees are stumping out those with Computer Forensic degrees because as opposed to Cyber …

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