Des Moines, IA (PressExposure) May 08, 2012 -- All Computer Forensics and David Harrison, are pleased to announce the launch of a website dedicated to the community of professionals who hold computer forensics jobs. Job opportunities in this field are projected to increase by almost twenty percent during the upcoming decade. The expected computer forensics salary is in line with the number of potential openings.
David Harrison spoke recently during a comprehensive interview when he stated, "Advances in diagnostic developments and the expanding knowledge about computer forensic evidence among potential jurors are expected to increase the use of computer forensic evidence in criminal proceedings."
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average pay for forensic science technician is almost $25 per hour, which totals almost $52,000 per year. In addition, the job outlook is on the rise, with job opening in this field are expected to rise by 19% by the end of the decade.
While the popularity of television shows like NCIS and Law and Order that highlight the subject of computer forensics have made the acceptance of the science widespread, not everyone understands exactly that is encompassed by the field. An accepted definition for computer forensic science is the utilization of investigative or analytical methods to identify, capture, study, and preserve information or evidence which is digitally encoded.
According to the website owner, "A forensic investigation can be opened for a range of reasons. The highest profile is typically related to civil litigation or criminal investigation, but digital forensic techniques can be highly valued in an extensive range of situations, including perhaps, the recovery of information in the digital format following a data loss event."
Learn more about the field of computer forensic jobs and computer forensics salary by checking out the web pages at http://www.allcomputerforensics.org/computer-forensics-jobs/ today. Representatives from press and other persons who have concerns or confusion regarding the benefits of computer forensics jobs are encouraged to contact Harrison at the location identified below.