Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course is not only interesting for those pursuing a degree in cybercrime, as it sets the foundation for students to understand the online environment and potential hazards that could result from using an unsecure network connection.
I learned about the many different types of cyberattacks and how the Internet can be used for anything from cyberwar, information attacks, and even online predators stalking and preying on a certain population of Internet users. It also helped me to understand the obstacles involved in law enforcement and legislations for prosecuting cybercrimes.
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Advice for students:
Be sure to read the required articles and textbook because these concepts are more understandable using the textbook than trying to use the Google search engine or the online library. Although the library is a critical source of information, the textbook coincides directly with the concepts throughout the course.