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CRIM 345: Cyber Crime

Springfield College
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    June 09, 2022

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    Fall 2022

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About this course

CRIM 345: Cyber Crime is offered online by Springfield College. This course focuses on crimes of the Internet and computer crimes as well as the techniques and resources available to investigate these crimes. Topics include identity theft, cyber terrorism, cyber bullying, cyber stalking, cyber scams, and the threat to organizations through computer hacking. The course examines challenges to cyber crime investigations, including the delicate balance between the application of constitutional amendments to computer investigations and the need to protect citizens from harm, rapidly evolving computer technology, and the limitations to prosecutions of cyber crime. Protection measures, such as securing websites, strong password use, and protection of personal information will be covered. The course explores the new technology available to law enforcement to combat these rapidly evolving crimes.
Criminal Justice

Required Text

Antonucci, D. (2017). The cyber risk handbook: Creating and measuring effective cybersecurity capabilities Brenner, S. (2012). Cybercrime and the law: Challenges, issues, and outcomes. Bernik, I. (2014). Cybercrime and cyber warfare Guitton, C. (2017). Inside the enemy's computer: Identifying cyber attackers Kowalski, R., Limber, S., & Agatston, P. (2012). Cyberbullying: Bullying in the digital age (2nd ed. ed.). Marcella, A., & Guillossou, F. (2012). Cyber forensics: From data to digital evidence Mintz, A., Benham, A., Edwards, E., Fractenberg, B., Gordon-Murnane, L., Hetherington, C., Thompson, C. (2012). Web of deceit: Misinformation and manipulation in the age of social media. NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Best Practices and Innovative Approaches to Develop Cyber Security and Resiliency Policy Framework Ohrid, Macedonia), & IOS Press. (2014). Cyber security and resiliency policy framework (NATO science for peace and security series - d: information and communication security, vol. 38) (A. Vaseashta, P. Susmann, & E. Braman, Eds.). Shipley, T., & Bowker, A. (2014). Investigating internet crimes: An introduction to solving crimes in cyberspace. Ulsch, N. (2014). Cyber threat! How to manage the growing risk of cyber attacks (Wiley corporate f & a series).

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    CRIM 345: Cyber Crime is scheduled to start on Jun 09, 2022 and ends 12/22/2022

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