The following areas will be covered -
- Computer-related crime or “cybercrime” or “e-crime” or “digital technology crime”

  • A generalized definition of cybercrime may be “unlawful acts wherein the computer is either a tool or target or both”.

  • Crime follows opportunity; virtually every advance has been accompanied by a corresponding niche to be exploited for criminal purposes. “Cybercrime” has been used to describe a wide range of offences, including offences against computer data and systems (such as “hacking”), computer-related forgery and fraud (such as “phishing”), content offences (such as disseminating child pornography), and copyright offences (such as the dissemination of pirated content).

  • Our increasing dependence on computers and digital networks makes the technology itself a tempting target; either for the gaining of information or as a means of causing disruption and damage

  • General procedures of investigation with a case study.


Natasha Sharma


Starts at Saturday August 27 2022, 12:40 PM. The sessions runs for 40 minutes.