Kenya's Inspector Gideon Mwendwa Completes Studies In India
Kenya's Inspector Gideon Mwendwa is back in the country after being on a two-year study scholarship in Gujarat, India.
Mwendwa was received back by the National Police Service Spokesperson Bruno Shioso.
Before his study leave, Inspector Gideon Mwendwa worked under the Directorate of Corporate Communications as a Senior Communication officer and the National Police Service Web Administrator.
He graduated with a first-class Master's degree with distinction in Digital Forensics and Information Security from the National Forensic Sciences University. Mwendwa holds another master's in Cyber Security, B.Sc. in Information Technology from Mount Kenya University, and a Diploma in Information Communication Technology from Laikipia University.
"His other qualifications include; Certified Expert in Cyber Investigations from Defence Cyber School (UK), Certified Ethical Hacker EC-Council, Cybersecurity E-degree, Summer Research Experience in Digital Forensics by Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Sciences, Introduction to Digital Forensics-Florida International University, Leadership for Law Enforcement Supervisors-International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA)-Botswana, Financial Fraud Investigations, Gujarat Forensic Sciences University, India," read a statement released by the National Police Service.
He has also undergone training in Advanced Cyber Security, Computer Forensics Investigations, Certified Digital Forensics Examiner, and Cloud Computing, among other training and qualifications.
He is also a finalist in the MA degree in Social Transformation (Governance option) from Tangaza University College.
"Inspector Mwendwa is rejoining the service with valuable knowledge and skills that continue to enhance our operational capability and skill pool in the service," the statement read further.©Standard Gazette, 2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s publisher is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Standard Gazette with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.