Contact the Director of LCDI/Assistant Professor Jonathan Rajewski
Phone: (802) 865-5460
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 and the damage it created. In this 12-credit specialization, you'll learn how to: