This course covers the development and effect on business and government of computer hacking, with special emphasis on methods, tools, and hacker culture. Students will learn to describe the specific tools of hackers and system administrators as well as the literature and subcultures of hackers and groups dedicated to malicious computer hacking. They will also be able to distinguish appropriate countermeasures to be applied to shore up specific vulnerabilities and to fend off specific types of intrusion attempts.
Define hacking and identify behaviors
Discuss exploitation methods and tools
Identify exploiting systems
Identify and prioritize assets for protection
Identify social and economic impacts of cybercrime
Identify different behaviors for computer abusers, attackers, and criminals
Discuss core components of cyber laws and their issues
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