Tag Archives: Cyber Security

LCDI Intern Blog Series: All About My Internship

With Thanksgiving break getting closer and closer, I have been thinking a lot more about my internship and how it came to be after I got accepted. The first step to the internship process was attending a Town Hall for the LCDI. This was an orientation meeting for the entire workforce where we went over […]

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Applications of AI and Machine Learning

Enfuse 2018 Reflection – Zach Burnham Introduction: This past summer, I had the honor of attending this year’s Enfuse Conference, the first iteration hosted by Opentext. As a rising senior at Champlain College, this opportunity fell at a critical time for me in my professional development. Attending allowed me to build on the knowledge I’ve […]

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Beyond Digital Forensics

Introduction When I first found out I was going to attend OpenText Enfuse 2018, I wondered how my major and minor would fit into the conference. I’m a computer information technology major and have a minor in cybersecurity. I was going to a conference marketed towards digital forensics. I assumed I would have a hard […]

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Cyber Security and Digital Forensics: Two Sides of the Same Coin

There is a running joke at Champlain College between the Cyber Security and the Digital Forensics majors that the Cyber Security major’s job is to secure down systems and prevent hackers from gaining access while the Digital Forensics majors have the job of figuring out exactly what happened when the other failed. While a bit simplified, […]

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2013 SC Magazine US Awards Finalists

Blog17The Senator Patrick Leahy Center for Digital Investigation (LCDI) is pleased to announce that the Computer and Digital Forensic Programs at Champlain College have been named as a finalist in SC’s Magazine, SC Professional Awards.  SC Awards are given to honor professionals, companies, and products that help fend off security threats confronted in today’s corporate world. Continue reading