release. “This is a time when the academy is reducing majors, which shows how important we think this mission field is,” he said. The computer network security track will feature an introductory class teaching cadets how to reverse software engineering, letting them “analyze viruses and other malware to figure out how it operates,” said Carlisle. Other classes will deal with computer forensics, strategy, political science, and law. Twenty-eight cadets—25 sophomores and three juniors—have already enrolled in the major, according to the release.
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