Matthias – future computer forensic hacking investigator

From 1st grade I have always dreamed of becoming of Computer Forensic Hacking Investigator. Now after one year of practice. l'm ready to take on even harder challenges to meet my goal, and that's exactly what i've been doing. A new class came out this year in my school called Principles of Information and Technology. This class teaches me more advanced coding techniques. I signed up for this class because, in order to become a Computer Forensic Hacking Investigator, I need to know coding very well. Being in this class currently I have already mastered three different subjects like web page design in HTML, Javascript, and C++. I am still learning how to do Python, but it should be completed by next year. I have gotten a award for this program I made. The program was actually a game that was voted the most fun. Next year, I plan on taking the next course in coding which will be principles and information technology two.

In college I learn how to hack a computer. Here are some skills or knowledge I would need to have in order to become a computer forensic hacker. I would need to have computer experience, investigative skills, law enforcement experience, and I might need to do a little military service. I would need to study each of these things for about 2-5 years at least. I also would need these certificates: CCE, CFCE, CISA, CISSP, EnCE and GSEC. After these certificates are obtained I can even apply for a program called The Information Assurance Program. In this program I can study for my Masters in return for working for the government for at least 2 years. You are still paid during these 2 years which makes this program awesome. I would like to be a computer forensic hacking investigator as my career because I love coding, computer software and help safeguard against criminals

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