Andrew Smith- Director of Computer Forensics at Orion Forensics Lab has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Mr.Muhamad Arshad from Korat Institute of Technology and Enterprise (KITE) ,Thailand On September 14,2020
The purpose of this MOU is for co-branded training programs for entry-level cyber-crime investigators in Pakistan and elsewhere .
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