Cyber Terrorism

Course Description

This course provides an overview of cyber terrorism.  It will address the basic theories, concepts, key terms, and definitions and current critical issues.  This course will teach students to identify the ways that computers can be used by terrorists and criminals. Students completing this course will be able to appraise and assess the different kinds of cyberterrorism attacks.  The course also examines technological advancements and the opportunities they may present for terrorists as well as how one can devise plans, countermeasures, and contingencies against future attacks. Students will also examine the efficacy of current U.S. policy regarding critical infrastructure protection and future avenues for addressing cyberterrorism.

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December 29, 2017

January 9, 2018

Welcome to the first class of Investing Cyber Terrorism (AJU 447 / 6647).  This week we will review the syllabus and the requirements of this class.  We will also review the methods in which this class will be taught (hybrid).   There will be four elements of instruction:

1.  Classroom -  We will meet in the classroom (Jennings 208) every Tuesday at 3:00 PM, with the exception of scheduled holidays...

December 24, 2017

January 16, 2018

We started off the week with ice, snow, and a day off.  Unfortunately, we are going to have to play a little "catch-up."  So make sure you are caught up on your reading (Handbook & Cybercrime).

Also,  FEMA had some technical difficulties this week, but everybody should have the first FEMA certificate submitted this week.   Some of you may have noticed that there is a delay between the time you tak...

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