Ashley Hathaway

My role as Media Co-ordinator means that I oversee the digital media for the team, this includes but is not limited to; the promotional video. The team website. The team’s Twitter and Facebook accounts. Ensuring that all digital media relating to the team is professional and accurate.

As with all the team members, I have also contributed to parts of the project that fall outside of his team role.

I am currently a final year Forensic Computing student at the University of Gloucestershire. I have taken a keen interest into specialising in mobile forensics. I currently hold XRY Foundation certification and have training for Cellebrite UFED.

I am considered a team player who works well unsupervised and on my own initiative. I am honest, trustworthy and conscientious. Always customer focused, I am a highly motivated, loyal person but punctual with a tidy appearance. I am a pragmatic, tactile learner always pushing to learn something new and develop my skills. I works well under pressure with excellent communication skills.

I have gained experience in Active Directory, Windows Server, VMware and virtualisation, Networking and security. In addition to some website development, I am office literate. I have used various forensic tools including Forensic Toolkit, Autopsy, Kali, XRY and Cellebrite Mobile Forensics and Encase. I have knowledge of imaging both forensically and non-forensically. I was responsible for making several images during my last employment.

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Odin Forensics (Forensic Express)

Odin Forensics, is a fictional digital forensics company, which has been tasked with examining a cyber-crime; one of the requirements of this examination is to use two different tools that utilise forensic analysis software to compare results and assess their effectiveness. The goal of the project is to showcase the skill set of the team; in particular their organisational skills, team working, creativity and of course their aptitude for computer forensics.

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