Champlain College is launching its Computer and Digital Forensics program on the Internet this fall. The program prepares professionals to examine computers and pull relevant evidence from them, and it is the first online degree of its kind in the country.Computers represent the fastest growing technology used by criminals for literally all types of crimes, and the numbers of computer and network security incidents are increasing, said program director Gary Kessler, a nationally recognized computer security expert. The professional computer forensics examiner needs to understand the law, the technology and the investigative process.Today, computers often play a key role in the commission of crimes, as in financial fraud and identity theft, while at other times they serve as record-keepers of conversations and incriminating data.Online students can earn a professional certificate, associates degree or bachelors degree in this discipline without setting foot on the Champlain campus, and accelerated courses are also available. Interested individuals may visit www.champlain.edu/coce/(link is external) or call (877) 772-CCOL. The Computer and Digital Forensics program has been offered on campus since Fall 2003.Founded in 1878, Champlain College first offered online courses in 1993 and now offers 10 full degree programs via the Internet.
As sportsmen and stakeholders prepare for the post-Covid19 era, Sports Alive Ltd UK has officially announced a partnership with Nigeria-based Dekaizen Worldwide Limited to bring specialty insurance and promotions to AfricaThe partnership is geared towards expanding specialised sports insurance and insured promotions frontiers across Africa.According to the Chief Task Assigner of Dekaizen Worldwide, Abioye Femi, he described the partnership as a fantastic platform that will bring together two great companies capable of offering African clients a wide range of insurance products and promotional activity. “This is a wonderful milestone for everybody involved in this project as well as all stakeholders in the sports industry.“Sports Alive Ltd has been around since 2001 with a deep wealth of experience and rich understanding of the market and managing risk for clients both in the sports world and in the marketing.“From performance bonus cover for sportspeople to big prize promotions, the partnership is positioned as the go-to people African wide to manage this risks.”Abioye stressed that plans are afoot in the coming weeks to roll out their products.“In the coming weeks, we will be rolling out our products and services specifically tailored to service the African market.”He reasoned that with the growing interest of the world in Africa’s young population and sports professionals, “It is pertinent for their future to be protected with comprehensive insurance packages.”“We have heard so many sad stories of athletes who suffered career-ending injuries. Some athletes have died in their primes with their family left with nothing. Never again will such happen,” pledged Abioye.“As a company, we feel these unfortunate cases can be avoided if athletes are properly insured. This is why Sports Alive is partnering Dekaizen Worldwide to make life easier for athletes,” Abioye further noted.Apart from the insurance products, Sports Alive Ltd and Dekaizen Worldwide will also be launching the ‘Sporttheball’ in Africa where people can win amazing prizes.“We have tried this in Europe and it’s a huge success. We believe we can bring this to Africa where people have the chances of winning,” he concluded.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram read more
1 Mauricio Pochettino did not pull any punches with his players Mauricio Pochettino kicked off Tottenham’s pre-season with a rollicking after his side’s title challenge collapsed last term.Spurs were hammered 5-1 at Newcastle on the final day of the campaign, which saw them finish third in the Premier League table – below arch rivals Arsenal – but Pochettino never had the chance to reprimand his players in May as much of the squad quickly left for Euro 2016.Instead, the Argentinian was left to stew on the defeat and it was only after the club’s pre-season tour of Australia, when the whole squad reunited, that Pochettino was able to vent his frustration.“I just told them, ‘If I have the opportunity to kill you then I kill everyone’,” Pochettino said.“I wanted to kill all of them. And I did not have the opportunity to kill them. I kill myself too.”Tottenham’s young and hungry players were a key asset in the team’s surprise title challenge, but their lack of experience appeared to cost them when the pressure really mounted.Spurs have so far resisted the temptation to add seniority in terms of signings – Victor Wanyama and Vincent Janssen are 25 and 22, respectively – but Pochettino hopes valuable lessons have been learned.“What did they do wrong? A lot of things,” Pochettino said.“Football is tactical, physical, technical, but it is also mental. More mental than many years ago.“We need to know how to improve our mental state. That is very, very important. I think this was key in the last few games in last season.“To move on the team, to achieve another level, it is here that we need to improve.” read more