Businesses, governments, and private individuals need to keep their important information safe – and out of the wrong hands. According to the Internet Crime Complaint Center, an FBI partnership that investigates computer-related crime, there was a 22% increase complaints in 2009 alone, contributing to a loss of more than $500 million. At computer and cybercrime schools in Minnesota, you’ll study more than just the basics of computer systems. You’ll learn about data storing technologies, forensic investigations, electronic discovery, and network forensics. This knowledge will help you investigate computer crimes as well as work toward their prevention.
- Master of Science in Information Technology : Information Security and Assurance
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology : Information Security and Assurance