bcc403 | undergraduate

Global Technology And Cybercrime

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In this course, students will study how global technology is used to further cybercrime. Topics in this course include homeland security and cyber technology, global technology, threats to the United States, preventing and fighting global technology crime, and the role of local and federal agencies in preventing and investigating global technology crimes. Students will also explore the future of law enforcement and security to prevent and fight global cybercrimes. The new skills and knowledge gained by the students will aid them in their current or future professional endeavors.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    The Future of Cybersecurity

    • Identify opportunities for cooperation between the government and the private sector to build a national cybersecurity infrastructure.
    • Analyze the future of cybersecurity.  
    • Compare the cybersecurity policies of different countries.

    Investigating and Preventing Cyberterrorism

    • Explain the relationship between cyberterrorism and cybercrime.
    • Distinguish between law enforcement and intelligence agency jurisdiction related to cyberterrorism.
    • Determine current practices available to investigate and prevent cyberterrorism.

    Homeland Security and Global Technology

    • Describe different types of global technology.
    • Describe homeland security concerns related to global technology and cybercrime.
    • Assess the effects of global technology on society. 

    Cyberthreats and Global Technology

    • Analyze how cybercrime is expanding global technology.
    • Identify cyber-related threats that have emerged from existing global technology.
    • Evaluate the effects of the Internet on global security.

    Preventing Cyberthreats

    • Evaluate the effect of cybercrime on public and private critical infrastructures.
    • Identify U.S. cybercrime prevention policies.
    • Describe technological measures developed to prevent cybercrime.
    • Assess the effectiveness of technological measures and prevention policies in combating cybercrime.
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