Nicholas County students receive training on cyber safety

Nicholas County students receive training on cyber safety December 10, 2011 @ 12:00 AM The Herald-Dispatch HUNTINGTON — More than 30 students from Nicholas County High School’s Future Business Leaders of America organization spent Friday afternoon getting trained on cyber … Continued


Marshall University faculty provide training on digital forensics

Marshall University faculty provided digital forensics training to arson investigators at the West Virginia Fire Investigation Conference sponsored by the West Virginia Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators. Dr. Terry W. Fenger, director of the Forensic Science Center; … Continued


Forensics lab dissects the tech | Charleston Daily Mail

Tuesday August 9, 2011 by Zack Harold, Daily Mail staff As with everything else, crime is moving online. And thanks to experts at the West Virginia State Police Digital Forensics Unit, there’s a new way to dust for fingerprints.   Cpl. Robert … Continued


Article in DFI by our own Josh Brunty

Digital forensics professor, Josh Brunty, is featured in this month’s Digital Forensics Investigator News. Read an excerpt here: “Validation of Forensic Tools and Software: A Quick Guide for the Digital Forensic Examiner With the field of digital forensics growing at … Continued




Marshall to partner with SiQuest in computer forensics training

>http://www.herald-dispatch.com/business/x1127236705/Marshall-to-partner-with-SiQuest-in-computer-forensics-trainingApr 6, 2010, Huntington Herald Dispatch, HUNTINGTON, WV — Marshall University has formed an academic training partnership with a Canadian producer of computer forensics software. SiQuest Corp. …http://www.herald-dispatch.com


Digital Forensics faculty to present at WV Public Safety Expo

>http://forensics.marshall.edu/MUFSC/News/2010/News-10.03-1.htmlMar 10, 2010, MUFSC News – Faculty from Marshall’s Digital Forensics program will be presenting at the 2010 West Virginia Public Safety EXPO, which is scheduled for May 19-23, 2010 at the Charleston Civic Center…http://forensics.marshall.edu/MUFSC/MUFSC-News.html