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Cybercrime University Module Series


The Education for Justice (E4J) initiative developed, with the support of academics from around the world, a series of modules on cybercrime. These university modules cover many aspects of this complex and fascinating field and include both theoretical concepts as well as practical knowledge.  Furthermore, these modules are multi-disciplinary in nature, since they focus on various topics and provide resources on different aspects of cybercrime and cybercrime investigation.

Additional pedagogical guidance for lecturers is provided in the E4J Teaching Guide on Cybercrime.

The following modules are available online: here  and  here

Teaching Guide

  • Module 1: Introduction to Cybercrime
  • Module 2: General Types of Cybercrime
  • Module 3: Legal Frameworks and Human Rights
  • Module 4: Introduction to Digital Forensics
  • Module 5: Cybercrime Investigation
  • Module 6: Practical Aspects of Cybercrime Investigations and Digital Forensics
  • Module 7: International Cooperation against Cybercrime
  • Module 8: Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Prevention - Strategies, Policies and Programmes
  • Module 9: Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Prevention - Practical Applications and Measures
  • Module 10: Privacy and Data Protection
  • Module 11: Cyber-Enabled Intellectual Property Crime
  • Module 12: Interpersonal Cybercrime
  • Module 13: Cyber Organized Crime
  • Module 14: Hacktivism, Terrorism, Espionage, Disinformation Campaigns and Warfare in Cyberspace

A further module of the University Module Series of Trafficking in Persons / Smuggling of Migrants is related to cybercrime:

Module 14: Links between Cybercrime, Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants

To watch about preventing cybercrime throught education please click here


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