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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