Computer & Digital Forensics Minor

WHY MINOR IN COMPUTER AND DIGITAL FORENSICS?

Mobile phones, tablets, GPS, cameras, car management systems, security camera systems: Digital information is everywhere. A minor in Computer & Digital Forensics will be a tremendous asset to anyone majoring in business, any technology field, and, of course legal and enforcement professions.

  • Learn how to respond to security incidents, hacking, breeches and internal investigations as well as understand and execute data preservation orders.
  • Understand legal issues around digital data. As an accountant, for example, because all accounting systems are now electronic, it's essential to understand how to handle the computer systems appropriately to manage and protect a firm's digital records.
  • Anyone with the competence provided by our Digital Forensics minor can advise attorneys and other legal professionals regarding how to appropriately manage issues digital data issues.
  • Gain a foundational understanding of digital forensic practice and law will give you the technical skills and legal knowledge you need to protect yourself, your company and your career.

COURSES IN THE MINOR IN COMPUTER AND DIGITAL FORENSICS CURRENTLY INCLUDE:

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