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Nathan Wiebe moves on from the Office of the City Auditor

Friday, February 9, 2018 by Jessi Devenyns

Last Friday, Feb. 2, Nathan Wiebe completed his final day as the chief of investigations for the Office of the City Auditor. His new role is IT security consultant for the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer. Specifically, Wiebe will work in digital forensic investigations to support citywide inquiries. With his background in computer forensics, this job appears to be a natural transition. Wiebe told the Austin Monitor that as our world migrates more and more online, being able to investigate people in conjunction with their digital footprint is a pivotal skill set. Jason Hadavi, the deputy city auditor who is looking for a replacement for Wiebe’s position, told the Monitor that it is not, however, an easy skill set to find. The city is currently reaching out to candidates across the country and encouraging them to apply when the position opens officially. “If they can get one of these folks on board, I’m very, very comfortable it will be a smooth transition,” said Wiebe.

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