A group of full time students from the Univerity of Bedfordshire visited 7Safe’s Cambridge computer forensics lab and training centre today. They attended two hands-on seminars with instruction on computer forensic techniques and ethical hacking / penetration testing.
Beds students at 7Safe
Ray Brown, himself a MSc graduate, brought the students across as part of 7Safe’s association with the university. 7Safe and the University of Bedfordshire operate a joint Master of Science in Computer Security and Forensics. The 7Safe/Beds MSc is particularly popular with people who are in full-time employment because the training courses are taken in block mode (courses of between 2 and 4 days) and the university assignment and dissertation components are submitted remotely. Students have up to 6 years to complete the university components of the MSc. There is a full FAQ on the 7Safe web site.