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In this section, you can find news related to Utica College Online.

 

You're going to be hacked — Have a plan
USA Today
A recent USA Today article highlights the significant amount of financial records compromised by cyber-attacks - over 500 million in the last 12 months alone. More than 50% of US adults have been affected; many of whom did not even know they'd been cyber hacked.
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Global Cyber War
How the US and other countries are electronically attacking and counterattacking one another in attempts to steal data and destroy infrastructure, and how this affects your data privacy.
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UC forensic lab awaits word on expansion
Utica Observer Dispatch
ROCCO LADUCA / Observer-Dispatch Raymond Philo, research director at Utica College's Department of Economic Crime and Justice Studies, left, stands next to Utica police Sgt. Anthony Martino, director of the college's Computer Forensics Research and... Read more

Civilian 'hacktivists' fight terrorists online
Los Angeles Times
The digital vigilantes, some working barefoot from home, spy on Al Qaeda and its allies, penetrating chat rooms and other sites seeking recruits... Read more

16 percent of sex offenders nationally manipulate identities, study finds
Fox News
We have to dig deeper to find out why this is happening," said Don Rebovich, the criminal justice professor at Utica College who directed the study. "It's not to be critical of any of the tracking agencies in the states because they are doing great jobs, but there... Read more

Mother and Daughter Graduated From Utica College On Mother's Day
Yahoo! News
Mom inspired by daughter to earn Bachelor's in Nursing online. Utica, NY (PRWEB) May 15, 2012 At an age when many nurses are eying... Read more

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Featured Events

 

Fraud awareness week » Webinar: Financial Crime Investigation: Follow the Money
See a terrorist financing scenario unfold as the perpetrators use various financial crime tactics, and understand how financial crime investigation techniques can help foil terrorist groups and their acts of mayhem and crime. View Webinar here

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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Webinar» Why do data breaches continue to hit the headlines even as organizations put incidence response plans and IT teams in place? Professors Cindy Gonnella and Leslie Corbo discuss the role of network forensics to discover vulnerabilities before the data breach, and also to help with recovery and infrastructure after a breach. View Webinar Here

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Financial Crime Risks in Prepaid Card Programs - Webinar by Professor Sue Lynch, Director of the Economic Crime Management Program at Utica College» Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Risks in Prepaid Card Programs-Tales from the Front. View Webinar here

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Be Cyber Intelligent - October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (Webinar)» Intelligence Driven Operations - using intelligence to identify an organization's assets and vulnerabilities as well as the specific threat actors that would be interested in an organization's assets.
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Virtual Open House» These live, free online webinars presented by our faculty, provide an overview of each online program, including curriculum, expectations, learning outcomes and student support.

All open houses are one hour with the last 20 minutes dedicated to questions and answers.