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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