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Information Assurance at the 2010 Student Research Colloquium

Thursday, April 1, 2010

 The Center for Information Assurance Studies was represented at the 2010 Student Research Colloquium held at St. Cloud State University by graduate student Steve Minkler.  Using the latest technology in computer forensics and investigation techniques, Minkler demonstrated the use of this equipment in his presentation entitled, "the Cell Phone.  A criminal's best friend or worst enemy".  Attendees were impressed by the presenter's ability to discover and recover information contained within their personal devices.  Mark Schmidt, director for the CIAS, is currently offering courses in computer forensics.  The next offering is MBA 605, Uncovering and Investigating Corporate Fraud.  This class will be offered during summer 2010.  The course is team taught with the Chair of the Accounting Department and CIAS faculty member Kate Mooney.

St. Cloud State University's annual campus-wide Student Research Colloquium promotes research, scholarship and creative work in collaboration with faculty as a vital component of higher education.  Faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students from St. Cloud State University and regional universities are encouraged to participate.  Industry sponsors are also invited to the event.

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