Today, every major University, Community College and Trade School offers some type of cyber crime training as a degree or certificate. What is not taught is how to utilize your newfound degree or certification as a consultant.
Today, social media is everything. Over night on a small hog farm in Indiana a young boy can make a video paying a flute and upload it to youtube.com and 10 million people around the world will view his video.
Law Enforcement Agents receive training every year from other law enforcement ofﬁcers and outside consultants. In our technology driven world, technology is ever-changing and therefore is the driving force of the content of this course. For this reason our course
Mobile technology has become a powerful crime-fighting tool. Cell phones contain call history, contacts, text messages, web browser history, email, a Global Positioning System (GPS), and other location information that police and law enforcement agencies find valuable. Evidence from cell
There has been an overwhelming demand for Cyber Security Experts today, creating an explosion with Universities, technical colleges and trade schools offering certifications and degrees in the industry.
What students in the cyber security industry are not taught is what
A $32 billion annual industry, modern day trafficking is a type of slavery that involves the transport or trade of people for the purpose of work. According to the U.N., about 2.5 million people around the world are ensnared
According to Wordmeters.com there are over 1,073,963, websites on the internet as of September 1st, 2016. This milestone was first reached in September of 2014, as confirmed by NetCraft in its October 2014 Web Server Survey and first estimated
In the digital age, guarding against cyber attacks is just as important as guarding against physical ones. In 2009, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission created new standards for nuclear power plants requiring tighter cyber security.
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