Waterford host their first ever Information Security Conference

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Kevin McGlone, BSc (Hons) in Computer Forensics & Security (WD161)

Kevin McGlone, BSc (Hons) in Computer Forensics & Security (WD161)

Kevin McGlone says how BSc (Hons) in Computer Forensics & Security in WIT is one of the most recognised and highly regarded courses in Ireland

“When deciding on where to study I found that WITs BSc (Hons) in Computer Security & Forensics degree was one of the most recognized and highly regarded computer security and forensic courses in the country.

I established a computer security society with my classmates and organised Waterford’s first ever Information Security Conference which attracted attention from across the world.”


Study the Bachelor of Science (Honours) Computer Forensics and Security at WIT

The BSc (Hons) in Computer Forensics & Security is a four year honours degree course equipping graduates with the specialised skills and knowledge needed to secure, monitor and examine electronic crime scenes and digital environments.

WIT is in the top 3 digital investigations courses nationally, per Sunday Times & Silicon Republic.  

Just as a murder scene needs to be secured so too do electronic crime scenes. There are particular ways of securing evidence and students learn how to do this. Electronic crime scenes often involve child pornography, blackmail, financial fraud and data theft. 

Students who enrol in this course can expect to study modules such as; Foundations of Computing, Introduction to Computer Forensics and Programming Fundamentals.

Course Code: WD161

Related Courses

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in  Computer Forensics and Security
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in  Applied Computing (Computer Forensics & Security)
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in  Applied Computing (Common Entry)

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