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computer analyst

[kəm′pyüd·ər ′an·ə‚list]
(computer science)
A person who defines a problem, determines exactly what is required in the solution, and defines the outlines of the machine solution; generally, an expert in automatic data processing applications.
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A former computer analyst at HSBC Holdings' (NSYE: HSBA) private bank in Geneva has been charged with industrial espionage, according to Reuters.
The former NSA computer analyst, now living in asylum in Moscow, said he is designing an encryption system to protect the confidential information of journalists, doctors, lawyers, and others with professional obligations of confidentiality to their clients.
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The GTCW panel heard that Malcolm Evans, a forensic computer analyst from the South Wales Police Hi-Tech Crime Unit, had found 295 indecent images of children on Williams' computer.
A MAN arrested in Warwickshire on suspicion of murdering a retired computer analyst has been admitted to hospital for treatment to a hand injury.
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