From the first e-Activity, identify one to two (1-2) potential ethical challenges that
security professionals may face as technology advances, applications become more
mobile, and computer criminals become more innovative. Speculate on one (1) solution
Identify at least two (2) factors that have led to the explosive growth of digital crime over
the past a few decades. Next, describe the most common forms of digital crime, and give your
opinion as to why those forms you described are so common. Provide
List at least three (3) major categories of cyber terrorism and / or information warfare.
Among the chosen categories, determine the one (1) that should be the top priority for the
federal government to address. Provide a rationale to support your respon
Describe the main similarities and differences between corporate espionage offenders
who are so-called insiders and those who are so-called outsiders. In your discussion,
include the main effects, incidence of, and potential costs associated with each ty
From the e-Activity, there are general principles that investigators must follow when they
respond to any crime scene in which computers and electronic technology may be
involved. Suggest at least two (2) general principles for proper evidence preservati
Identify one (1) evidentiary issue that could be presented regarding the admission of
digital evidence at trial. Next, suggest one (1) way in which the court could take to
resolve the issue that you have identified. Include one (1) example of such issue
From the first e-Activity, discuss the fundamental advantages that the commercial
forensic packages offered to forensic investigators. Next, speculate on whether there is an
overall disadvantage(s) to using commercial packages in digital forensics. Justi
From the first and second e-Activities, explain the hacker ethic and hacker manifesto.
Give your opinion as to why hackers do not consider themselves to be criminals. Include
one (1) example of such types of hackers to support your response.
The hacker m
From the e-Activity, select two (2) types of online traps that have the most adverse
impact on children. Next, speculate on one (1) way not discussed in the article in which
parents or society can protect children from online exploitation. Provide a rati
Using 140 characters or less, i.e., the length of a Tweet, summarize the importance of this
class to someone unfamiliar with the concepts.
The purpose of this class is to learn about cybercrimes and how we can
protect ourselves from attacks. Someone whom