LAW 6832: Cybercrime and Cybersecurity

2 Credits

This course will cover the key constitutional, statutory, technological, and policy issues regarding computer crime, electronic-evidence gathering (including electronic surveillance), and cybersecurity. The course grade will be determined by a final paper, a brief class presentation based on the final paper, and class participation. Criminal Procedure: Investigation (LAW 6085) is recommended but not required as a prerequisite.

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