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Marshall, State Police hope to better combat sexual exploitation with newly expanded lab
October 26, 2022 · Program News
“Across the globe, hundreds of thousands of children are sexually exploited yearly. Locally, forensic experts work behind the scenes to combat those crimes. One example is an ongoing partnership between the West Virginia State Police Digital Forensics and Marshall University Forensic Science teams and Operation Underground Railroad. In 2017-18, Marshall students helped with the rescue
Marshall CFS and WiCyS attend SecureWV 2022
October 24, 2022 · Uncategorized
This past weekend the Marshall University Cyber Forensics and Security program and the Women in Cyber organization attended the SecureWV Conference in Charleston, WV. Talks included “Ransomware, Ransom-war, & Ran-some-where”, “Introduction to Powershell” with a capture the flag, “AI Assurance for system operators”, and a lot more. CFS Department Chair Bill Gardner also gave opening
Marshall to host ribbon-cutting for expanded digital forensics lab Monday
October 20, 2022 · Program News
“Marshall University will host a ribbon-cutting at 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24, for the newly expanded West Virginia State Police Digital Forensics Lab, located at the Marshall University Forensic Science Center’s annex. With 800 additional square feet of space, the now 1,400-square-foot lab accommodates more space for Marshall students to complete internships with the state
Marshall’s Cyber Defense Club Sets its Sights on the National Cyber League
October 4, 2022 · Competitions
“Cracking codes and unraveling knotty puzzles is what it will take to win the day when the cyber defense club heads to a national competition later this month.   Ranked No. 20 out of 100 schools heading into the National Cyber League competition, which begins later this month, Marshall’s club hopes to continue its success
Marshall students to get hands-on experience with cybersecurity partnership
March 17, 2022 · Program News
“HUNTINGTON — Marshall’s cybersecurity students have a new way to learn after university officials signed paperwork to enter a partnership with a security company and the state’s National Guard. On Wednesday, Marshall University’s Institute for Cyber Security announced the partnerships with the West Virginia National Guard and Forge Security following a “live fire” cyber range
Marshall Launches Institute for Cyber Security
October 14, 2021 · Program News
“HUNTINGTON — Marshall University officially launched its newly formed Institute for Cyber Security (ICS) on Wednesday in the Weisberg Applied Engineering Complex. “This is a partnership between WVU and others in the federal government to create opportunities in cybersecurity,” said Marshall President Jerome Gilbert. Gilbert said the institute is an academic and research cluster that