This course explores how a "networked" world has bred new crimes and new responses, and investigates how information and communication technology (ICT) has become a tool, a target, and a place of criminal activity and national security threats, as well as a mechanism of response. This course addresses such questions as how emerging technologies challenge existing laws and criminal procedures; how nation-states regulate criminal conduct across traditional geographic and political boundaries; what reasonable expectations of privacy are in cyberspace; and how control is shifting from traditional mechanisms of law enforcement to new regulatory regimes, including technology.
Specific topics covered include the information environment as crime scene; hacking and unauthorized access; computer use in traditional crimes like financial fraud, drug trafficking, extortion, securities fraud, and political terrorism; identity theft and online fraud; electronic interception, search and seizure, and surveillance, cyber terror, "hacktivism" censorship and free speech; economic espionage; and information warfare.
This program is designed specifically for Law enforcement professionals, Legal professionals, IT and information security professionals being tasked with investigations and incident handling or anyone with a desire to learn about Cyber Crime Investigation & Evidence Management Techniques.
To begin with, a cyber-security-trained workforce provides a lower risk to an organization’s information network’s security infrastructure. Because it guards against Data/security breaches and damages, cyber security is essential.
Splunk may be a software platform to look, analyze and visualize the machine-generated data gathered from the websites, applications, sensors, devices, etc. which structure your IT infrastructure and business. Real-time processing is Splunk’s biggest point.
SQL Injection (SQLi) is a type of Nursing injection attack in which an attacker uses harmful SQL queries to administer an online app’s information server, allowing them to access, change, and delete unauthorized information.
A mobile device allows communication between users on radio frequencies. It is used to send emails, multimedia sharing, and also used for internet access. In this period of time mobile has taken over desktops and computers as mobile phones. People are relying less on the computer as mobile has made our life simpler.
We often hear the term “Ethical Hacker” or “Penetration Testers,” but who are they? Many companies employ penetration testers to improve data security by distinguishing and rectifying framework shortcomings before criminal programmers can abuse these shortcomings.
Certified Ethical Hacking tools facilitate a military operation, making back doors and payloads, cracking passwords, ANd an array of different activities. during this article, we’ll be discussing the highest ten moral hacking tools. Let us Disscus all the Popular Certified Ethical Hacking – CEH Tols.
There are two main types of encryptions used. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is a Security Algorithm for IEEE 802.11 wireless networks. Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) are two Security Protocols and security certification programs developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance to secure wireless Computer Networks.
We are putting software everywhere. This is changing the way we live and how we behave and interact with the world around us. As technology becomes more and more deeply integrated into our lives, we become more and more dependent on it. But this dependence makes us vulnerable if technology fail.
When you surf the Internet, you may feel that you are alone but in fact, everything you do is being watched and recorded. The website you click will retain detailed information about each visitor, the ISP will monitor and store logs of all users, and even plugins and operating systems will collect and share information about your daily habits.
Hacking is a very common word now a day. Every other day we have attacks on cyberspace. According to studies, there is one cybercrime in India every 10 minutes. Ethical hacking is a concept where the Ethical Hacker (Security professionals) performs penetration testing to find out the vulnerabilities and patch them before any black hat hacker exploits them.
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