About this course
The course is designed to equip participants on emerging trends of cybercrime, the domain of cyber security and the impacts of cyber security threats on institutions and national security at large. The course will examine the nexus between cyber criminality and other transnational crimes as well as countermeasures to mitigate cyber threats. The program will equip participants with tools and techniques to protect and secure cyber systems/infrastructures. Participants shall also be introduced to cyber governance mechanisms and best practices.
What you’ll learn
- Understand emerging forms of cybercrime.
- Understand the intersections between cybercrime and other criminal behavior.
Develop, understand, and apply the sociological perspective to various forms of cybercrime.
The Danger of Publicly Available Information.
Cyber-harassment, Cyber-stalking, and Cyber-bullying.
Cyber-fraud and Identity Theft.
Hackers, Crackers, and Phone Phreaks.
Criminal Justice and Cyberspace.