Department of Technology - Cybercrime
There is no doubt that "cyberspace" provides many opportunities for hackers to engage in criminal and deviant activities. Electronic crime can be defined as a criminal activity in which computer technology is used as a means or target for the execution of a criminal act. As computer networks become increasingly complex, fraud and piracy increase, the demand for information security systems specialists has increased, in order to apply legal principles towards solving electronic issues. Jobs in cybercrime, such as an information security analyst, are expected to grow by up to 18 percent by 2024, a very high increase. If you are interested in studying cybercrime, this program will enhance your career in this field, and gain you knowledge about these crimes so you can analyze and investigate them.