After completing this module, students will be able to:
- Discuss the impact that cyber technology has on individuals’ experiences with crime and victimization.
- Describe the role of cybersecurity in defining definitions of appropriate and inappropriate behavior.
- Describe the role of the justice system in cybercrime cases.
- Identify common cybercrimes and theories explaining them.
- Explain how the discipline of criminal justice addresses cybercrime.
- Discipline of Criminal Justice and Cybersecurity: Introduction
- Functions and Explanations of Cybercrime
- Guarding Against and Measuring Extent of Cybercrime
- Developing Employees and Determining Interventions
- Researching Cyberlaw and Cybercrime
- Hacking Introduction (Part 1)
- Hacking Introduction (Part 2)
- Hacking Summarized
- Cyber Attacks
- Cyber Fraud (Part 1)
- Cyber Fraud (Part 2)
- Digital Privacy
- Cyber Bullying
- Child Pornography
- Internet Sex Crimes
- Cyber Terrorism and Cyber War
- Cyber Terrorism and Cyber War Case Study
- Criminal Justice System and Cybercrime Overview
- The Police and Cybercrime
- Courts, Corrections and Cybercrime
- Free Writing Exercise
- Using Labeling Theory as a Guide to Examine the Patterns, Characteristics, and Sanctions Given to Cybercrimes
- Cybersecurity and Criminal Justice: Exploring the Intersections
- Cybercriminology Transition from Traditional Criminal Techniques to Cybercrime
- Cyber Stalking and Cyber Harassment Legislation in the United States: A Qualitative Analysis
- Technological Skills of White Supremacists in an Online Forum: A Qualitative Examination
- Understanding How the Internet Facilitates Crime and Deviance
- Hackers: The internet’s security system
- Interesting & Surprising Facts About Piracy
- Real Life Example of the Effects of Cyber Bullying
- Additional Course Exercises related to Cybercrime