The Economic Crime and Cybersecurity Institute of Utica College is a unique organization of professionals and academics that provides thought leadership on economic crime and cybersecurity issues faced by business and government. The Institute is a “center of excellence” at Utica College that provides and supports leading-edge thinking through educational programs, policy guidance and solutions, research, and publications. The Institute’s dynamic leadership and innovative ideas are drawn from the members of its Board of Advisors, forward thinking executives who are experts in the prevention, detection, and investigation of economic crime and fraud, and cybercrime. In addition, it is the Board of Advisors that provides philanthropic support and guidance on education efforts to the Economic Crime and Cybersecurity Institute.
- UC Student Jared Platt recieves Martin T. Biegelman Award
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- K2 Intelligence CEO Jeremy Kroll Attended White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection at Stanford University.