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PostPosted: Tue Nov 10, 2009 10:40 pm    Post subject: MSc Online Forensic Courses Reply with quote

Hi all,

Could anyone tell me what are the best Master's/Certifications Online Forensics courses?
A list of colleges or awarding bodies would be a good start. Like what about 7Safe? How credible are these courses?

I'm working in an Information Technology firm in Ireland right now, so the higher the standard of courses the better. I'll be looking to continue in the area of Credit Card Fraud and possibly do courses such as PA DSS so our company can become a Visa Qualified Forensic Investigator.

I may not even need to have a Masters, as I already have a Bsc in Information Technology Management and I focused my dissertation on Forensics, and developing a new Incident response methodology.

Any direction on this would be very helpful to me.

Thanks in advance,
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 10:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Laura,

I've currently done 5 of the 7 7Safe courses through DigiCore in Dublin. The last 2 will follow later this year. I think the 7Safe courses are great, and I really enjoy the time spent in Dublin with Digicore. If you're a member of, I've written a small blog on my experience with Digicore: http :// www . icttf . org/blogs/1574/397/personal-experience-with-7safe-t

As for the MSc top-up, I've recently been admitted to DeMontfort University and I'm looking forward to doing my first assignments. You have 3 Univesities to choose from that all offer distant learning. However, whether or not you need to top it up with an MSc is completely up to you. I'm sure there's more information to be found on the internet.

Good luck!

Kind regards, Vincent

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