Digital and Cybercrime

Oxford Management Centre

Oxford Management Centre

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Who should attend

  • Business and government leaders
  • Professionals working in the police and law enforcement domain
  • Researchers in the arena of cybersecurity and cybercrimes
  • Health, safety, security and environmental regulators and compliance officers
  • Project managers and engineers
  • Professionals interested in the security implications of the evolving technological trends

About the course

Nowadays, we live in an information world with increased digital intensity, maturity and interconnectivity. With these elevated levels of digital dependency and hyper-connectivity, come new heights of insecurity and vulnerabilities that demand dynamically evolving solutions to mitigate moving, persistently advanced cyber breaches and threats.

This OXFORD Digital and Cybercrime training course addresses the implications of universal digitalization and emerging digital transformation technologies on creating exposures for cybercrimes as applied to the police and law enforcement domain.

The inevitable exponential growth in digitally-enabled devices and differential rates of technological change will require more modern, holistic cyber-physical security paradigms. Training delegates will learn about cybercrime fundamentals, modern cybersecurity framework, security convergence, cybersecurity exposures and sources of cybercrimes, mitigation strategies and risk management as well as technology trends and implications.

Objectives

At the end of this OXFORD training Course, participants will be able to;

  • Familiarize with modern cybersecurity solutions
  • Proactively predict cybercrime risks
  • Implement field-proven mitigation techniques for cybercrimes
  • Apply design thinking to create intrinsically cybersecure models
  • Responsibly control cyber vandalism and theft
  • Recognize the implications of the new age of artificial intelligence and automation

Course Outline

  • Cybercrime Fundamentals
  • Cybersecurity Vs. Physical Security
  • Pillars for Modern Security
  • Cybercrime Law
  • Digital and Cybercrime for Critical National Infrastructures
  • Cybersecurity Control Center
  • Cultural, Behavioral and Psychological Aspects
  • Cybercrime Risk Management
  • Iterative Approach for Cybercrime

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