MADISON, S.D. - Dakota State University will soon be protecting your online information.
Under a new agreement with the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division, authorities can tap into DSU's faculty when it comes to cybercrime.
"Dakota State has a long history of excellence in technology education, and we have a rising future in the areas of digital forensics and cyber research," said Dakota State University President José-Marie Griffiths, "so we stand ready to provide the state's law enforcement with forensic services and training in the most current and effective techniques to solve cybercrimes."
DSU professors will provide digital forensics education, training and services for law enforcement throughout South Dakota.