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Cybercrime Investigations

CRIM 1381

The world of fraudulent Cybercrimes (or Cyber-fraud), and how they affect our everyday lives is explored. Students learn about the methods, processes, special procedures and security advances in technologies to solve these crimes. They are introduced to the forensic tools and techniques available to improve their investigation skills. Students learn about the available scanning and imaging software to assist them in their investigations. This part of the course is designed to assist students in searching, gathering and presenting information. Through case studies, discussions and research students learn the process of searching, gathering, and presenting information on cybercrime investigations.


Designed for graduates of diploma or degree programs related to fraud investigations (e.g. law enforcement, accounting).
Course includes mandatory group work and chats.

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CRN Day Date Time Hours Location/
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11711January 12, 2021 to April 20, 202112:00 am - 12:00 am50Online$418.08
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