Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science degree in Cyber Forensics/Information Security is a completion program for graduates of associate of science programs in computer-related fields. It provides students with the technical expertise and investigation skills required to detect and prevent cybercrimes. Students will also be able to assess system weaknesses and suggest solutions that will provide protection against cybercriminal attacks.
The following objectives are designed to meet Keiser University’s mission and its objectives.
• To provide students with the knowledge, critical thinking skills and communication skills needed in the field of Cyber Forensics/Information Security
• To assist students in becoming proficient in the use of information technology security tools and basic forensic techniques for the collection, preservation, analysis, and reporting of digital network evidence
• To enhance students’ ability to plan for, detect, respond to, and recover from incidences that require network forensic activity
• To equip students with the skills needed to analyze the legal considerations for investigating and prosecuting computer crimes to develop a forensic process that is defensible in court
The Keiser University Latin America Campus located in San Marcos, Nicaragua has the following security procedures in place:
Safety and security guidelines for students, staff and faculty are posted on the university website.
Any scheduled evening or weekend meetings require a member of the staff or faculty to be present and responsible for the maintenance of all security procedures.