Hi, my name is Gareth and I’m one of the 2020/21 Cyber Research Interns. My background is as a Computer and Cyber Forensics student at the University of Gloucestershire. Over the 12-month internship I have undertook two primary projects that highlight areas of future interest for Northrop Grumman. The projects have included research surrounding topics [...]Read More...
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