Mubashara Medhi

Mubashara Mehdi | Ministry of Justice

Mubashara Medhi
Accomplished first-class graduate in BSc Honours Computer Security & Forensics and with various work experience as a Cyber Security professional within various security sectors.

Being a self-possessed, explicit person with technical brain, loves challenging work. First class BSc Hons degree in Computing Security and Forensics from the University of Greenwich 2017.

I have studied academically and practically implemented Computer Forensics, Penetration Testing and Ethical Vulnerability Scan, Network Security. Researched “Malware Analysis tools and techniques.Currently pursuing MSc in Information Security from the Royal Holloway University of London to keep up with the pace and attain expertise within Information Security.

Presently working as a Security Engineer at Ministry of Justice where my job covers Penetration testing, security hardening, security recommendations, breaking or building security architect to protect data and keeping up with the ever-changing landscape of IT Security.

Previously worked with British Council as Global Information Security Operations Officer, contributing to Cyber Security operational, closely working with entire Global Information team.

Did an internship at Sainsbury’s as Information Security Analyst.

Something which is veiled here is, worked for Sainsbury's as Commercial/Customer Service team leader for 8 years in a non-technical role before transforming my careering in Digital Security and Forensics professionally and before studying at STEM degree level. Was pregnant in the first year of study, hospitalised half of the time in late pregnancy, and had given Computer Forensics exams on the 5th day of C-section straight out of the hospital. Nursed & working part-time while in the 2nd year of the degree, secured a full-time Information Security job while doing research in the final year. I was only woman in Penetration testing and the Highest scorer and second highest for Enterprise Security in the batch of 2015-16.