PG Diploma in Cyber Law in THANE MUMBAI

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING
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  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Online
  • Duration:
    1 Year
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Description

Cybercrime courses are often part of undergraduate and graduate certificate and degree programs, like forensic science, information technology, cybercrime technology or homeland security. Degree programs are offered at the associate's, bachelor's and master's degree levels. While students in a cybercrime certificate program might only complete courses in the subject, those enrolled in degree programs might take additional coursework in criminal justice, computer science, emergency management, government and terrorism.

Common courses in cybercrime studies include those in digital crime and computer law, computer forensics and investigation, cybercrime tends and information systems security. Students explore case studies to gain some experience. Graduates are prepared for computer security careers in the military, government and private companies. Some possible job titles include computer forensics analyst, information security analyst, risk manager and digital security consultant.

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Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

Information Systems Security and Cybercrime Course In this class, students analyze methods criminals use on the Internet to commit crimes.

· Who is it intended for?

Graduates

· Requirements

ANY GRADUATE

· Qualification

GRADUATE

· What marks this course apart?

ON LINE LEARNING SELF STUDIES

· What happens after requesting information?

ADMISSION & REGISTRATION

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What you'll learn on the course

Cyber Law
Crime sociology

Teachers and trainers (1)

SNEHA SHARMA
SNEHA SHARMA
ENGINEERING JOBS

Course programme

Digital Crime and Computer Law Course

This course introduces students to the many different types of cybercrime. Students learn how to identify cybercriminal activity and learn how companies and law enforcement agencies are responding to the dangers these crimes present. Possible scenarios for solving the crimes are introduced, and students examine legal responses for these issues. Classes like these teach students the federal and state laws regarding computer violations and the proper manner for prosecuting crimes of this nature in court.

Computer Forensics and Investigation Course

Throughout this course, students become familiar with the basics of solving cybercrimes. By learning how to identify, protect and gather evidence, retrieve data, prepare crime reports and present information in courts, students master the correct methods for investigating cybercrimes so they can be solved and prosecuted. Students read case studies to become familiar with cybercrime scene investigation techniques. Techniques and tools used to build and solve cybercrime cases are presented and analyzed.

Information Systems Security and Cybercrime Course

In this class, students analyze methods criminals use on the Internet to commit crimes. The course covers various methods of computer security, their complexity and adequacy. Students work on methods for creating backup information systems and developing means for recovering data in case it is destroyed or stolen. Potential threats to Internet systems and how they could affect the way individuals and companies use and rely on the systems are introduced in these intermediate cybercrime studies classes.

Trends in Cybercrime Course

This advanced cybercrime studies class identifies current cybercrimes. In some courses, students hack into computer systems to fully understand the way hackers think and the type of protection businesses and individuals need to protect their computer information. Legal issues surrounding these crimes, how credit card fraud and other cybercrimes work and possible protective measures are all investigated in this course.


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