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Cyber Breach – It will happen to you!

By Michael McCartney (michael.mccartney@digitsllc.com) is President/CEO of DIGITS LLC, in Buffalo, NY.

We have all seen the national news reports lead with the all too familiar story of another company being the victim of a cyber attack. 455 more words

Computer Forensics

September Meeting - Randall Karstetter

Want to know how computer forensic experts dig evidence out of the cyber-ether to help convict criminals–and keep the wrongly accused free?

Randall Karstetter, who has specialized in this fascinating field for nearly 25 years, will be the speaker at our Sept. 182 more words

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Computer forensics- the useful application for governmental agencies

Before the invention of computer the life of mankind was mainly dependent on paper work. The maintenance of paper is never easy and searching through them is not at all a simple job. 281 more words

Cyber Secrutity

Computer Networks and Security (2IC60)

At the end of the course, students are expected to be able to 

explain how computer networks are organized. 
describe the Internet structure and explain how standard problems are solved in that context.  11 more words

Security Learning

Computer and Network Security

This course provides a broad introduction to a variety of topics in applied computer and network security. These include software vulnerabilities, applied cryptography, network security, privacy, anonymity, usability, and security economics. 7 more words

Security Learning