Cyber-Crime Center

The University of New Haven Cyber-Crime Center functions as a national cyber-security task force by serving students and the community through thorough collaboration.

We are dedicated to assisting academic sectors, government, and industry to meet the challenges in cyber-crime prevention and investigation, cyber security policy, technology, and education.

Mission

To be recognized and function as a national cyber security task force by serving students and the community through thorough collaboration.

  • By providing real-world cyber security capabilities.

  • Dedicated to assisting academic sectors, government, and industry to meet the challenges in cyber security policy, technology and education.

  • Centralizing data collection pertaining to cyber security and information protection.

Administration

Damon Petraglia, M.S.
Practitioner in Residence

Our Partners

We are currently establishing a number of strategic partnerships with Law enforcement, academia, and private industry.

Structure of the Center

  • Cyber Crime Analysis and Data Collection
    • Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
    • Strategic Partnerships with Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement and Private Industry
    • Centralized Repository for Current Bulletins and Alerts Concerning Trends
  • Attack and Defend Networks
    • Real Time War Games

    • Competition with Other Universities
  • Training and Education
    • Classes for Law Enforcement and Private Industry
    • Certifications
    • CPE, CLE Credit
  • Forensic Capabilities

    Using industry leading software and forensic equipment, students get hands on experience working with cellular/mobile devices, computers and servers. Students will define and promote industry best practices for digital forensics.

  • Symposium
    • Annual and Quarterly meetings
    • Education & Workshops