Computer-related crime, or cybercrime, includes fraudulent online sales, illegal system entries, and e-mail scams. Cybercrime grew by 22% between 2008 and 2009, and cost individuals and businesses over $500 million dollars in losses. At computer and cybercrime schools in Arkansas, you can learn the latest in discovering and preventing this type of crime. Possible jobs for graduates of this program include computer forensic specialist, incident response engineer, and information systems privacy manager. Coursework includes IT subjects like networking, data modeling, and project management. Computer crime courses include computer forensics, network forensics, and digital forensic investigations.
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