Teaches basic knowledge of 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.
· International cooperation on cybercrime
· Technology involved in cybercrime
· Mutual legal Assistance and police–to-police cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence
· Private public cooperation
· International agreements on cybercrime and electronic evidence
· Cooperation in practice
· Case scenarios
1. To foster cooperation nationally, regionally and internationally as well as encourage public and private cooperation.
2. To provide an overview of the key issues and obstacles that cybercrime raises for those in the public and private arena who have to prevent or respond to it.
3. This module will also examine the borderless nature of cybercrimes, the multiplicity of jurisdictions involved, the challenges in detecting cybercrime and the difficulties in obtaining admissible evidence to support prosecutions.
4. The need for expertise and legislation in this field will also be examined.
5. Some of the solutions available to fight cybercrime will be discussed including public /private cooperation and police-to-police cooperation.
Be Aware –deploy effectively – inform - advance