bcc402 | undergraduate
Cybercrime And Role Of Law Enforcement Security Personnel
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Law Enforcement and Jurisdictional Issues in Cybercrime Investigations
- Summarize challenges for a forensic investigator in court.
- Explain jurisdictional issues in cybercrime investigations.
- Describe the financial cost to investigate cybercrimes.
- Analyze challenges in cybercrime investigations.Â Â
- Explain the effect of cybercrime on society.
- Describe common terms and concepts in cybercrime investigations.
- Explain the basics of cybercrime investigations.
- Identify types of electronic evidence.
- Explain how to apply forensic science to computers.
- Describe how different types of digital evidence are extracted.
- Describe the basics of network forensics.
Search Warrants and Evidence in Cybercrime Investigations
- Apply the process of gathering and preserving electronic evidence.
- Explain how the Fourth and Fifth Amendments are related to cybercrimes.
- Determine when a search warrant may be required in a cybercrime investigation.
- Explain how cybercrime search warrants are obtained and executed.
Personal and Corporate Security and Cybercrime Prevention
- Explain how law enforcement agencies and private individuals work together in cybercrime investigation and prevention.
- Compare the roles of private corporate security and law enforcement in cybercrime investigation and prevention.
- Describe public awareness campaigns aimed at cybercrime prevention.Â
- Create a public awareness campaign aimed at cybercrime prevention.
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