Contact the Director of LCDI/Assistant Professor Jonathan Rajewski
Managing risks related to the use and transmission of information or data is the fundamental concept behind cybersecurity. The information stored on networks is often viewed as a valuable asset to governments and corporations. Companies need to react and sometimes determine the source of the data breach or leak. That's where digital forensics comes in.
When a hacker compromises a network, Digital Forensics Investigators and Examiners are there to figure out how the threat happened, and when and where it took place. As part of the Computer & Digital Forensics program, you can compliment your degree with a specialization in Cybersecurity: Threats & Mitigation , which will give you the foundational knowledge to secure a network, and enhance your skills as an examiner. In this 12-credit specialization, you'll learn how to: