Course Overview

Duration
Course Level
Course Credit
Qualification
Course Contact
Fees
13 Weeks
9
5
Micro-credential
Deirdre Leahy
EU €700/Non-EU €1,000

Programme Descriptor

This course examines the background and principal features of the laws applicable to cybercrime. It will equip students with an understanding of the key challenges of this emerging area of law.

The objectives of the course are to provide the student with the necessary skillset to assess legal frameworks and tools used to combat cybercrime, to understand the challenges of cybercrime investigation, the forensic data collection process, and the rules of electronic evidence which determine the admissibility of electronically stored information.

This course will appeal not only to those wishing to develop an understanding and knowledge of the current framework of laws on cybercrime and digital evidence procedures, but will also be useful for industry and human resources management, especially for those with responsibility for regulatory compliance, oversight of legal processes, and liaison with professional advisers.

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Is This Course For Me?

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Yes, it is a fully online part-time course.

You may be eligible for funding with Tech Industry Alliance Skillnet. For more information, please see below.
For information on your eligibility for tax relief, please click here.

Please refer to the associated pathway for information on entry requirements

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Apply For Funding

We are pleased to say this course is available for funding through Tech Industry Alliance Skillnet. Check your eligibility by following these quick and easy steps.

  1. Apply for this course on the CyberSkills website 
  2. Enquire with Tech Industry Alliance Skillnet if you are eligible for funding. Click Here to visit their website.
  3. If you are offered a place on the course, once accepting mark your employer to pay - Tech  Industry Alliance Skillnet
  4. Enjoy the course!

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