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October 16, 2013
On November 4, 2013, executive producer Patrick Sammon will introduce the film, Codebreaker, and host a Q&A session hosted by the Computer Science department.
JMU digital forensics masters' student Thomas Grimes received the award of a lifetime on September 29. Grimes, hailing from Liverpool, England, received third prize as "Scottish Young Software Engineer of the Year."
The Computer Science Department at James Madison University has been awarded a National Science Foundation "Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service" grant. The grant supports several full scholarships, paying for tuition, books, and a stipend for living expenses for up to two years.
The Computer Science Department at James Madison University and the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3) have signed an Education Partnership Agreement.
The Digital Forensics concentration combines core computer science concepts with an in-depth, technical study of digital forensics. The curriculum is highly system-oriented, where students gain deep insights into how operating systems, networks, and computer programs function, and how those systems relate to forensics and security in general.
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