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Teaches basic knowledge regarding computers and criminal activity on the internet.
Level of knowledge of attendees
This is a basic course no knowledge is necessary. The aim is to look at the basic principles, and local laws and regulations will naturally apply. There will be hands on computer and internet demonstrations which will be completed as a class so all attendees should have laptops that can access the internet.
· Basics of computers and networks
· The problem with cybercrime
· An introduction to the internet
· The dark web
· Understanding computer forensics
· International and regional cybercrime law
· Practical evidential issues
· Case studies
1. To increase knowledge and awareness of the use and impact of computers in criminal activity thus increasing the ability to identify the audit trail of a computer
2. How the existence and history of particular files can be disclosed and details of history of activity on a particular computer can be obtained.
3. This course is a basic general information course teaching a solid basic knowledge of computers, the internet and computer forensics and how criminals use computers.
4. Attendees will be able to identify issues relating to duplicity, corporate liability and jurisdiction and identify ways in which evidential problems can be avoided.
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