Thirty-seven students at the Delaware County Technical School in Aston, Pa., are enrolled in a new network systems program that offers a concentration in the exploding field of computer forensics, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Part CSI, part information technology, the curriculum prepares students for the rapidly growing field of digital forensics--gathering, preserving, and investigating evidence stored on any digital device. "It is a hot topic," said Dave Tatum, vocational network instructor at the Aston campus. Students there acquire a foundation in network administration and technology through lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on classes. During the two-year program, they will learn to build

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