Information technology students at the College of Southern Maryland tested their cyber security skills at the Johns Hopkins University’s Annual Digital Forensics Competition recently and came out on top. Students, coached by CSM Adjunct Faculty Robert Murphy, were challenged with extracting data from a broken compact disk and a broken floppy disk, cracking password protected files and analyzing keylogger files used to record keystrokes. The competition was modeled after the U.S. Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center’s annual forensics competition…
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