This three-day course will equip you with the practical experience required for gathering intelligence from darknet and encrypted online communication platforms, as well as compiling the data and analyzing it in a way which will support your operation.
We regularly offer executive education sessions for law enforcement ranging in length from seminars to multi-day trainings based on our research and emerging trends within the field of cybersecurity.
We have launched a mentorship program which matches undergraduate and graduate students interested in careers in cybersecurity with local professionals and organizations that can provide internships, career guidance and real-world experience in the field of cybersecurity.
The Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group is offering students a minor in Digital Criminology with the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology. This 15-credit hour program will expose students to a variety of coursework and experience in matters of cybersecurity from a criminological perspective. A grade of C- or higher is required for all of the courses.
The Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group host student interns in Criminal Justice and Criminology who are required to take CRJU 4935 – Field Placement I.