New marching orders for wounded vets

The Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington is planning to train wounded soldiers in the science of digital forensics so they can become cybersecurity investigators. The three-year, $1 million project is primarily funded by the National Science Foundation. The training will be offered through a partnership between Walter Reed, Mississippi State University, Auburn University and Tuskegee University, It is modeled on a similar course in digital forensics completed by more than 2,400 law-enforcement officers from more than 20 states…

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