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In 2010, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) received the second-highest number of complaints since its inception. Four years later, the IC3 reached a major milestone when it received its three-millionth complaint. On average, the IC3 receives and processes 300,000 complaints per year. Criminal activity through the Internet and within networks is growing increasingly complex, and the IC3 has led to numerous arrests, seizures and convictions. Countries across the globe are now creating their own national reporting mechanisms for Internet crime.
Cyber Investigation is an exploding area of digital forensics worldwide, and the Cyber Investigation specialization will give you the specialized skills needed to capitalize in the field. Through this 12-credit specialization, you'll become a larger asset to law enforcement and public safety officials by: