About URI's Digital Forensics and Cyber Security Center

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The URI DFCSC is a multi-disciplinary university Center that provides courses and degree programs, research, services, and consulting in Digital Forensics, Information Assurance, and Cyber Security.

The DFCSC was established in 2004 with a grant from the US National Science Foundation. Since then it has continued to deliver cutting edge research and technology, teach graduate and undergraduate level courses in degree programs, train local, state, and federal law-enforcement, consult for local, state, and federal law enforcement, and provided digital forensics services to attorneys, businesses, government agencies, law enforcement agencies, and individuals.

DFCSC personnel include: faculty members from Computer Science, Computer and Electrical Engineering, and other university departments; professional Center staff; and graduate/undergraduate students. The DFCSC has a wide range of expertise including experts in computer forensics, computer science, computer networks, information assurance, computer and network security, and data recovery.