GWU's Computer/Digital Forensics - Masters in High Technology Crime Investigation - Online & In-person Info Session
Thursday, June 12, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)
Arlington , VA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join Dr. Eva Vincze ONLINE & IN-PERSON in a discussion about cybercrime forensics and how the Masters in High Technology Crime Investigation (HTCI) can take your career to the next level. Dr. Vincze will cover a range of topics including, but not limited to admissions, financial aid, cybercrime statistics, the job market, and the HTCI forensics process.
Learn how cybercriminals cost consumers and industry a staggering $388 BILLION over the past year! A cost that is approaching the value of all global drug trafficking and is more than 100 times the annual expenditures of UNICEF.
The High Technology Crime Investigation program provides training in the field of computer forensics and graduates will be able to demonstrate a solid knowledge of forensic methodologies to identify, collect, preserve, and analyze high technology digital data and provide testimony in a court of law.
Please join us to learn more about GW’s Master of Science in High Technology Crime Investigation, offered by the Department of Forensic Sciences. Whether you are experienced in the field or a career-changer, we look forward to speaking with you about this dynamic and exciting program!
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