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Northwest Vista creates new computer forensic technology degree plan

Thursday, September 28, 2006 (15:49:43)
Northwest Vista College (San Antonio, US) has launched a new associate's degree program designed to help prepare students for a career in computer forensics. Students who pursue an associate of applied science degree in computer forensics technology will learn information security, network and systems administration, common computer forensics practices, evidence handling, federal and state privacy issues, intellectual property, search and seizure and cyber-crime laws...

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New computer forensics course in Canada

Monday, June 26, 2006 (10:27:08)
The Canadian Institute of Learning in Brampton, a private career college, is now offering a course in computer forensics, the first of its kind to be offered in Canada. Computer forensics is common in the United States, and it is from south of the border that certification must come, according to Samuel Amoah, a certified computer examiner and president of the Canadian Institute of Learning...

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WIT (Ireland) Announces Degree in Computer Forensics

Tuesday, June 20, 2006 (11:46:37)
The computer forensics stream is being introduced to the Institute's four-year BSc (Hons) in Applied Computing to meet the demand for expertise across the public and private sectors in Ireland and overseas. As well as helping to combat corporate crime, graduates from the degree will be equipped with skills in the recovery and analysis of deleted, cached and hidden data from desktop and laptop computers as well as other equipment including mobile phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs)...

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Newport Uni, Wales, launches computer forensics course

Monday, June 19, 2006 (14:49:11)
Newport University's Business School will launch a graduate course in computer forensics this September. Speaking at the B2B Wales event in Cardiff, Tony Corner, head of computing at Newport Business School, and Eric Llewellyn, senior lecturer in computing, announced the course at a seminar covering the business impact of computer forensics. As online and computer-based activity has become a significant portion of everyday life, the field of e-crime investigation has also been broadened, leading to a demand for qualified forensic specialists...

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Philadelphia School to Offer Computer Forensics

Monday, April 10, 2006 (12:27:18)
To meet the growing demand for people to investigate computer crime, Bloomsburg University is adding a major in computer forensics. Bloomsburg this fall will become the first school in the State System of Higher Education to offer the degree...

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