Cyber crime program offered


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NEWTON — With cyber crimes steadily on the rise, stolen identities unfortunately causing mayhem for individuals, and other Internet related issues caused by criminals, there has become a great need for specialists in the cyber crime investigation field.

Sussex County Community College will soon begin offering a Cyber Crime Investigation certificate program that will provide students with the tools to enter this fast rising occupational field. This is a Certificate of Achievement program which is a designed for professional development and allows one to complete it in 12 months or less. No specific background requirements are needed however students should be committed to the process.

When completed, students will be able to get involved with computer crime investigation with a firm, or do private security.

For more information on this program, visitwww.sussex.edu"> www.sussex.edu.



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