Monday, September 14, 2015
Computer Forensics Workshop At Anderson
UNM recently hosted an intensive workshop in computer forensics in Anderson School of Management's computer lab. The primary audience was New Mexico law enforcement personnel, but other participants included personnel from KAFB and graduate students from WNMU and UNM. Over 40 people registered for the workshop, funded by an NSF grant. John (Drew) Hamilton, Associate VP for Research at Mississippi State University, is the principal investigator. Cooperating institutions included WNMU, UNM, and the New Mexico FBI Regional Computer Forensics Lab.
The Daily Lobo featured the workshop in an article; read about it HERE.