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6.2 Cyber Crime


Class Outline

    Computer-related fraud
    Copyright infringement
    Child pornography
    Network security infringement
    (more)

Class Description (by Chester Soong)

The course I used to teach at the university extension of HKU, named Cyber Crime Management, which covers in general the cycle of investigating a cyber crime from studying of the suspects' MO on committing the particular crime, digital evidence collection and crime scene management, and various relevant cyber crime laws, such as the Budapest Convention, etc. It is assuming that the students have basic IT and IT security knowledge. It is part of a post graduate diploma on IT and Forensics, and the students who would graduate from the program are expected to be able to prepare forensics report and witness statement to be admissible in court. If this is the level we are expecting of this module for our SIG, then I can provide my tripped down course outline to suit the length of the module. Otherwise, I can work out another one to suit a more general audience.

Class Description ( by Nadia Khadam)

This course will highlight the cybercrime issue & internet governance. It is important to define and understand the kinds of cybercrime and related emerging issues. The different requirement of this advanced field to combat. International convention will be discussed and its effect. For this module IT knowledge is not required. It will focus the general audience and it will be easy for them to understand the whole idea.


 Candidate Lecturer:  Chester Soong, Ronald Deibolt, Nadia Khadam, 

References

     Caleb Barlow, Where is cybercrime really comes from?, TED.
    Jammie Bartlett, The Dark Net.
    Susan Brenner, Cyber Crime and Law, 2013.
    Center for Strategic and International Studies, Netlosses: Estimated global cost of cybercrime, June 2014.
    Joyce Hakmeh, Building a Stronger International Legal Framework on Cybercrime, Chatman House, 2017.6.
    Commonwealth Cybercrime Initiative.
    CoE, Convention on Cybercrime.
    Ronald Diebolt, Black Code.
    EC, Cybersecurity, 2015.
    Shuman Ghosemajumder, Emerging threat of cybercritimal AI, Emtech, 2017.11.8.
    Marc Goodman, Future Crime. 
    Nadia Khadam, Bio, 2017.
    Nadia Khadam, Cybercrime Class Proposal, 2017.
    Nadia Khadam, Jurisdictional Issues in Cross border Hacking, The Asian Conference on Arts & Humanities, 2013.
    Nadia Khadam, M. Adeel Arshad, Cyber crime and Female Victims, what we need and what not?, 5-6 May 2016. 
    Nadia Khadam, Zeeshan Pervaiz, Confronting Cyber Crime in Cyber Cafe By Regulating Access to Internet,2014 Oral Presentation, 
    World Forensic Festival, International Association of Forensic Sciences (IAFS 2014), Seoul, Oct12-Oct 18, 2014.  
    Nadia Khadam, Insight to Cybercrime, Hanyang Law Review, Volume 29, Issue 1, 2012.
    Nadia Khadam, Bio, 2017.12
    Nadia Khadam, Cybercrime: class outline, 2017.12.31
    Douglas Sicker, Challenges in building Bright Internet, 2017.12.
    SecureWorks, State of cybercrime report, 2017.