- NITA Course Introduction
- Introduction to Cybercrimes
- Cybercrime Data Breaches in the Headlines
- Statistics Surrounding Cybercrimes
- The Commercialization of Cybercrimes
- The Foundation and Exploitation of Trust
- The Process Flow of Cyber Crimes: Assets, Area, Attitude, Approach, Avenue, and Access
- Cybercrimes and the Countermeasure Concepts
- How to Prevent Cybercrime - What Can We Do?
Cybercrime threatens our financial and economic stability, way of life and national security. As a result, cybercrime has become the most pervasive multi-national threat of the 21st century. These crimes also, known as computer crimes, use computer network, to steal financial or intellectual property (including personally identifying information) or compromise national security by crippling the critical infrastructure of a nation-state, government, business or utility. Cybercrime may also be used to violate privacy, promote harassment or perform trafficking in illegal substances or services.
From the investigator’s perspective, the key to understanding cybercrime and other forms of cyber-attacks is to ask and answer the fundamental questions: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How / How Much.
Private Investigators will have the ability to learn at their own pace and complete four (4) hours of dynamic professional development training to further enhance their investigative career.
All courses include an end of course examination. Students must pass the exam to receive credit for the training. Certificates will be available online immediately for all students.