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Cybercrime And Role Of Law Enforcement Security Personnel

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This course explores the developments and changes in the role of law enforcement and security officials in their investigation of cybercrimes. Specific topics include: cybercrime forensics, obtaining search warrants for cybercrimes, jurisdictional issues in cybercrimes, law enforcement issues in cybercrimes, and personal and corporate security and the prevention of cybercrimes. Upon completion of this cybersecurity course, students will have new skills and knowledge that will aid their present or future organizations, and as leaders, provide service to their communities.

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

Course details:

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

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    Search Warrants and Evidence in Cybercrime Investigations

    • Determine when a search warrant may be required in a cybercrime investigation.
    • Explain how cybercrime search warrants are obtained and executed.
    • Apply the process of gathering and preserving electronic evidence.
    • Explain how the Fourth and Fifth Amendments are related to cybercrimes.

    Law Enforcement and Jurisdictional Issues in Cybercrime Investigations

    • Explain jurisdictional issues in cybercrime investigations.
    • Describe the financial cost to investigate cybercrimes.
    • Analyze challenges in cybercrime investigations.  
    • Summarize challenges for a forensic investigator in court.

    Cybercrime Investigations

    • 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.

    Cybercrime Forensics

    • Explain how to apply forensic science to computers.
    • Describe how different types of digital evidence are extracted.
    • Describe the basics of network forensics.

    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. 
    • Create a public awareness campaign aimed at cybercrime prevention.
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