This subject will examine the role of technology in crime. It will investigate the motivations, methodology and victims of cybercrime. The subject will study past and current cyber threats, and examine these new type of offences. The subject will look at the expansion of victimisation and evaluate the effectiveness of institutional and investigative responses to cyber threats.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the role of technology in criminal behaviour, and cybercrime as contemporary and evolving crime categories.
2. Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the significant harms (financial, emotional and societal) that result from cybercrime.
3. Demonstrate a advanced understanding of past, current cyber threats and future trends in cybercrime.
4. Critically reflect on and develop advanced strategies for the prevention, disruption and detection of and cybercrime.
5. Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the role, responsibilities and investigative capacities of governments, law enforcement, regulatory agencies and corporate and private sectors groups in combating cybercrime.
6. Demonstrate an advanced ability to research, interpret and apply established criminological theories in relation to cybercrime.
|Withdraw – Financial?||13/02/2021|
|Withdraw – Academic?||06/03/2021|