The Digital Forensics and Darknet Investigations site serves as a hub for researchers, practitioners, policymakers, students, and anyone interested in cybercrime and cyber security-related topics. The team reports the latest information on cutting-edge research and other cyber initiatives at The University of Alabama involving international cybersecurity, criminal activities on darknets, digital forensic investigations, and cryptocurrencies.
Dr. Dolliver and her team currently offer free darknet investigations training courses to all local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. The trainings are held in the JECTF‘s Network Intrusion Lab (NIL) training room. The NIL is located in Cyber Hall and houses a large training space serving both law enforcement officers and UA students, as well as secure, dedicated research space for criminologists and forensic examiners.
Interested in obtaining a minor at The University of Alabama in Cyber Criminology? Or, perhaps you are a graduate student interested in study matters of crime and criminal justice related to the cyber domain? To stay up-to-date on these and other cyber-related initiatives at The University of Alabama, visit the Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice.