Whether you want to protect your own computer or want to work in a security system, take our comprehensive Cyber Law Online Course and learn how to secure important documents from hacking.
In the era of technology and social media, most of our important information and documents are stored on computers. This information can be misused if they fall into the wrong hands. Therefore, learning about cyber law is essential to protect valuable information.
This Cyber Law Online Course will provide exclusive learning materials from which you will learn about laws and legislation that guides all online use. Furthermore, you will understand the regulations related to online gambling and safeguarding financial institutions. In addition, you will also know the consequences of breaking the cyber law.
Enroll in this Cyber Law Online Course and enrich your understanding of cyber law.
After completing this Cyber Law Online Course, learners will be able to learn about:
- Comprehend the fundamental requirements of cyber law and ethics
- Learn how to protect PCs and mobile devices
- Recognise the danger that hackers and online criminals represent to computer systems
- Be aware of the national and international consequences of cybercrime
- Learn the truth about the “black web”
- Know the several levels of jurisdiction for cybercrime
Assessment and Certification
At the end of the course, you will be required to sit for an online multiple-choice test. Your test will be assessed automatically and immediately so that you will instantly know whether you have been successful. After you have successfully passed the final exam, you will be able to order an Accredited Certificate of Achievement at an additional cost of £19 for a PDF copy and £29 for an original print copy sent to you by post or for both £39.
This course will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the subject. On successful completion, you will have the skills, confidence and practical knowledge to fast-track a successful career in relevant sectors. Professions in this field include:
- Cyber Security Consultant: £25,000 – £55,000 per annum
- Cyber Security Analyst: £30,000 – £40,000 per annum
- Cyber Security Engineer: £30,001 – £90,000 per annum
- Cyber security manager: £70,000 – £80,000 per annum
- Cyber Security Instructor: £35,000 – £48,000 per annum
|Module 01: Introduction to Cyber Law|
|Introduction to Cyber Law||00:40:00|
|Module 02: Cyber Law, Cyber Ethics and Online Gambling|
|Cyber Law Cyber Ethics and Online Gambling||01:20:00|
|Module 03: Cyber Crime, Cyber Security and Trust in Cyberspace|
|Cyber Security and Trust in Cyberspace||01:00:00|
|Module 04: Threat Factors: Computer as a Target|
|Threat Factors Computer as a Target||01:50:00|
|Module 05: Threats to Cyber Security by Criminals and Organised Crimes|
|Threats to Cyber Security by Criminals and Organised Crimes||01:40:00|
|Module 06: Threats to Cybersecurity by Hacktivists and Nation-States|
|Threats to Cybersecurity by Hacktivists and Nation-States||01:00:00|
|Module 07: Cyberterrorism|
|Module 08: An Evolving Threat: The Deep Web|
|An Evolving Threat The Deep Web||01:00:00|
|Module 9: Fraud|
|Module 10: Jurisdiction|
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