Event

Supporting Digital Forensics Practitioners with Academic Research and Degree Programs

January 06, 2021 •  Online, Worldwide

Please join us for a webinar on January 6 at 1:00 pm EST / 10:00 am PST. If you are unable to make it live, we’ll provide the recording to everyone who registers

Supporting Digital Forensics Practitioners with Academic Research and Degree Programs

Join Joe Walsh from DeSales University for an insightful review of the research being conducted by digital forensics students and the impact it’s having on the digital forensics community.  This will be an interactive presentation, so please come prepared to discuss training needs and research possibilities.  Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about the DeSales University digital forensics master’s degree programs and can enter for a chance to win a free graduate course.

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Speakers

Joe Walsh

M.A.C.J. Program Director and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice/Computer Science

DeSales University

Joe Walsh is the director of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (MCJ) program and an assistant professor of computer science and criminal justice at DeSales University. He earned an MA from DeSales University in criminal justice with a concentration in digital forensics, a MS from DeSales University in information systems with a concentration in cyber security, and a BS degree in information systems with a concentration in security administration. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in information systems with a concentration in information assurance and computer security.

Joe has more than 20 years of experience working with computers. He has been a police officer for 13 years, and spent several years working as a detective investigating crimes involving technology and performing forensic examinations of electronic evidence. He has attended over 1,500 hours of training and holds several internationally recognized certifications. He has testified in court numerous times as an expert witness.