CYBER SECURITY, LAW, AND MONEY LAUNDERING
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
   

ADMJ 1238 - CYBER SECURITY, LAW, AND MONEY LAUNDERING


Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
This course will examine the scope of cyber-crime and its impact on today's system of criminal justice. Similarly, the vulnerabilities to cyber-assault will be examined. Topics include the use of computer technology to commit crimes such as "hacking" and other computer based criminology, as well as means of committing more traditional violations of law. Also included will be an analysis of the legal considerations facing law enforcement and other cyber-security professionals who are tasked with meeting the challenges of discovering, investigating and prosecuting cyber-crimes. Since our economy and security enterprises are so dependent on the electronic dissemination of information, effective measures to secure this vital resource will be explored. Given the fact that funds are transferred electronically, the electronic transmission of finances will be examined as well as the more basic methods of raising funds and laundering same to advance terrorist activities throughout the world.
Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis




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