A year ago, the info-tech workforce shrank by 145,000 individuals, but with hopes of new jobs, all but 3,000 of those lost professionals have returned to the IT workforce, according to our analysis of government employment statistics.
Utica College in New York now offers unique programs at the bachelor's and master's level that focus exclusively on preparing young adults to take up careers in the emerging areas of cybercrime, cyber intelligence, fraud and forensics investigations.
'I Wanted to Prosecute Hackers'
Kim Peretti, former senior counsel with the Department of Justice, led the successful prosecution to put TJX/Heartland conspirator Albert Gonzalez and his co-conspirators behind bars. In an exclusive interview she discusses:
How she started her career;
Keys to her...
Interview with Allan Bachman of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
The magnitude of fraud schemes has grown - the scale and the losses. But the basics of fraud investigation remain sound. And if there's one thing people should know up front, says Allan Bachman of the Association of Certified Fraud...