Utica College works closely with the following public and private sector organizations that concentrate on economic crime, financial crime, and cybersecurity / cyberdefense issues:
Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3) sets standards for digital evidence processing, analysis, and diagnostics for any DoD investigation that requires computer forensic support. DC3 chairs the National Center of Digital Forensics Academic Excellence (CDFAE) governance board comprised of Academia and Professional Organizations specific to the discipline. Utica College is proud to be one of its Pilot schools and Trusted partners and was recently designated a National Center of Digital Forensics Academic Excellence by the CDFAE.
Utica College is proud to be an education partner with the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). The partnership provides tuition and ACAMS Certification discounts and other benefits to students.
Utica College is an organizational member of the Consortium of Digital Forensics Specialists (CDFS). Its fundamental goal is to improve the digital forensic profession through unity, advocacy, and standardization.
Utica College is proud to be an operational sponsor of the Cyber Security Forum Initiative (CSFI). The CSFI is a large community of nearly 5,000 Cyber Security and Cyber Warfare professionals from the government, military, private sector, and academia.
Utica College is a member of the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Institute (AFRL/RI). The AFL/RI Directorate consists of more than 800 military and civilian scientists and engineers charged with leading the discovery, development, and integration of affordable war-fighting information technology capabilities for our air, space and cyberspace force.
Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
is an independent, 501(c)(3), not-for-profit public policy research institute. The Institute identifies and aggressively shepherds discussion on key science, technology, and national security issues facing our society, providing in particular, an academic forum for the study of related policy issues. From these discussions and forums, we develop meaningful policy options and ensure their implementation at the intersection of business and government.
Utica College is proud to be a member of CyberWatch. CyberWatch is an Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Center, headquartered at Prince George's Community College and funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The CyberWatch mission is to increase the quantity and quality of the information assurance (IA) workforce with a focus on education at all levels, and include curriculum development, faculty professional development, student development, career pathways, and public awareness.
Utica College is a proud Academy Partner of CompTIA - the voice of Information Technology
, which is designed to assist academic institutions, nonprofit organizations, and government retraining agencies in enhancing the learning experience for students preparing for an IT career. Utica College students are eligible for generous discounts on the tests for the industry certifications like A+, Security+ and Network+ offered through CompTIA.
A primary focus area of the New York State Cyber Research Institute (CRI)
is sensitive and classified cyber security research and development, leveraging the groundbreaking work being done at AFRL Rome with its industry and academic partners. The CRI will help develop solutions to challenge problems that jeopardize the safety, security and stability of the infrastructure and assets of New York State, and our country, in particular our national finance and banking, emergency communication, energy and transportation systems.
The NCFC is a partnership of academic, government and private sector resources that collaborates to provide cutting-edge research, development and service in the field of digital forensics, as well as the operation of a state-of-the-art computer crime laboratory. It is the mission of the NCFC to provide the highest quality service using the latest technology and industry leading methods. Accuracy, integrity and impartiality are the hallmarks that define every aspect of our operation.
The goal of the CNY Cyber Alliance is to foster partnerships that will grow the cyber-based economy in New York State, expand the region's cyber-based workforce, and promote New York State as the leader in Public/Private Sector collaboration in cyber-based research and protection. The Alliance leverages federal, state and private training, research, development, and technology transfer resources to protect the integrity of cyber-based infrastructure, facilitate the transfer of cyber technology to effective market applications, and establish and foster sustainable programs.
The Griffiss Institute
was established in 2002 as a not for profit organization chartered to advocate and facilitate the co-operation of private industry, academia and government in developing solutions to critical cyber security problems.
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