– Most individuals are not equipped to protect themselves, says professor Johan Van Niekerk.

– As a special investigator, you secure and analyse digital clues that can be a help in a criminal case, Ania (27) explains.

Assistant professor in digital forensics, Yi-Ching Liao, has defended her thesis at NTNU and attained her Ph.D. in information security.

– I like the idea of working in a field where the goal is to be one step ahead of the criminals, digital forensics student Lorena Carthy says.

Digital Forensics Professor Iain Sutherland spoke at the NorTex ONS Breakfast Seminar.

Noroff was back at The Gathering for 2016. View our video and images from Hamar.

Digital Forensics students Timmi Strand and Glenn Nor will be travelling to the UK to present the results from their bachelor projects.

Noroff staff and students had a wonderful four days at this year's Gathering. See pictures and video here.

Phishing is an attempt to trick people to give up their usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and other useful information, through a false website.

In Trondheim, three boys and a girl are working on a major event that will take place in February.

Intimate pictures, user names and passwords were also recovered.

Noroff Professor addresses security issues. The Smart TVs have shown to be vulnerable, and may be exploited in the future.

IBAS is the leading company in the region providing data reconstruction, deletion and digital forensics.

Mr. Tom Drange has had a paper accepted to the Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction (IHCI) 2014

Noroff professor Iain Sutherland gave a presentation providing online safety training for children. Here are five tips.