MSc Digital Forensics
BSc Forensic Computing
BTEC National Diploma for ICT
After completing my qualifications through Coleg Gwent and the University of South Wales, I then started working as a Digital Forensic Investigator within the private sector completing case work for different police forces throughout the country. This provided me with a great amount of experience working with different digital devices, extracting and analysing data with the results being presented in a manner ready for court. This ultimately resulted in being a expert witness for a number of high profile cases in a variety of courts. Providing technical information in a way that people from non-technical backgrounds could understand.
Now working as a Lecturer within the Cyber and Digital Forensics department. I will be based at the National Cyber Security Academy for the undergraduate Cyber Security course and teaching on the Cyber Security postgraduate course. I have a passion for teaching such vital skill sets to new upcoming professionals and passing on any knowledge and experience to help and aid with their learning.
2018: Digital Forensics/Cyber Security Lecturer
2015-2018: Digital Forensic Investigator
- The use of Computer Forensic Software, inc: EnCase, FTK, X-Ways, Griffeye, IEF (Axiom), Autopsy etc.
- Expert Witness Report Writing
- Court Room Skills
2014-2015: MSc Forensic Computing
2011-2014: BSc Forensic Computing
2009-2011: National Diploma for ICT
Digital Forensic Crime Scene Management
Computing Professional in Practice
Forensic Digital Evidence Analysis
Strategic Management and IS Goverance
Medhurst.R (2019) Digital Forensics: Is there a need for technical juries to create a fair trial for suspects? In: E-Forensics Magazine: IoT Forensics, Issue 6, pp 101-107.
Medhurst.R & Debri.E (2019) Digital Forensic Integrity: Mental Health. In: E-Forensics Magazine: Financial Forensics, Issue 5, pp 37-45
Medhurst.R (2019) Internet of Things: Amazon Echo Forensics. In: E-Forensics Magazine: Ransomware Attacks and Investigations, pp 92-98.
Medhurst.R (2018) Are Digital Forensic Investigators under-estimating the importance of Steganography within Criminal Investigations? In: E-Forensics Magazine: Academic Trends in Digital Forensics, pp 174-179.
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