In support of education and research in economic crime and information security, the Economic Crime and Cybersecurity Institute publishes the following:
White Papers – These are contemporary papers dealing with topics such as economic crime investigations, risk management, computer forensics, information assurance, white collar crimes, cybersecurity, and other related topics.
M.S. in Economic Crime Management -These are capstone projects that provide resources to individuals seeking information on topics such as economic crime investigations, data breaches, money laundering, identity theft, digital investigations, risk management, identity theft, cybercrime trends, digital investigations, and other topics.
M.S. in Cybersecurity Intelligence and Forensics – These are capstone projects recommended for publication by faculty, ECI Executive Director, and ECCI Board of Advisors. The objective is to provide resources to individuals seeking information on topics such as cyberespionage, data breaches, digital investigations, cybercrime trends, digital investigations, cyberterrorism, honeypots, cloud security, doxing, mobile apps, unmanned aircraft systems, and other topics.
The ECJSC Chronicles– These are the UC Economic Crime Justice Studies and Cybersecurity Newsletters. They are designed to keep students, faculty and individuals interested in Utica College’s initiatives in these areas of study.