DOJ links up with NU on digital forensics degree program

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DOJ The NU is the first educational institution approved by the Commission on Higher Education to offer a four-year bachelor degree program in digital forensics. “This is an institutional way in ramping up the capacity for our cybercrime fighting initiatives. It will also allow internships and on the job training for students,” said DOJ secretary Leila M. de Lima. The MOA provides for an exchange of expertise and sharing of resources. For example, the DOJ will nominate lecturers and resource speakers on the cybercrime law and cyber-related laws and jurisprudence. “Such public-private partnerships are crucial to increase cybercrime awareness and to open a new field in education and work-based research,” said DOJ assistant secretary Geronimo L. Sy, head of the OOC. The NU also grants a tuition discount for qualified personnel who will take up the degree. ]]>

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