Computer forensics experts acquire, investigate, and report on the electronic evidence of criminal cases. This specialization can help you master leading computer forensic software applications and gain an understanding of the diversity of computer crime and the laws and principals concerned with computer forensics and electronic evidence. You'll also learn how to discover data that resides in a computer system, and recover deleted, encrypted, or damaged file information. With this high-demand skill set, you'll play a key role in identifying and prosecuting criminals.
Follow a career track in Computer Forensics by choosing this specialization when you earn your bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems from DeVry University.
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