An Intensive 5-day Training Course
Digital and Cybercrime
Managing the Rising Digital Threats
Nowadays, we live in an information world with increased digital intensity, maturity and inter-connectivity. With these elevated levels of digital dependency and hyper-connectivity, come new heights of insecurity and vulnerabilities that demand dynamically evolving solutions to mitigate moving, persistently advanced cyber breaches and threats.
This Digital and Cyber-crime training course addresses the implications of universal digitalization and emerging digital transformation technologies on creating exposures for cyber-crimes as applied to the police and law enforcement domain.
The inevitable exponential growth in digitally-enabled devices and differential rates of technological change will require more modern, holistic cyber-physical security paradigms. Training delegates will learn about cyber-crime fundamentals, modern cybersecurity framework, security convergence, cybersecurity exposures and sources of cyber-crimes, mitigation strategies and risk management as well as technology trends and implications.
At the end of this OXFORD Management Centre training Course, participants will be able to;
- Familiarize with modern cybersecurity solutions
- Proactively predict cyber-crime risks
- Implement field-proven mitigation techniques for cyber-crimes
- Apply design thinking to create intrinsically cyber secure models
- Responsibly control cyber vandalism and theft
- Recognize the implications of the new age of artificial intelligence and automation
Who Should Attend?
- Business and government leaders
- Professionals working in the police and law enforcement domain
- Researchers in the arena of cybersecurity and cyber-crimes
- Health, safety, security and environmental regulators and compliance officers
- Project managers and engineers
- Professionals interested in the security implications of the evolving technological trends
- Cyber-crime Fundamentals
- Cybersecurity Vs. Physical Security
- Pillars for Modern Security
- Cyber-crime Law
- Digital and Cyber-crime for Critical National Infrastructures
- Cybersecurity Control Center
- Cultural, Behavioral and Psychological Aspects
- Cyber-crime Risk Management
- Iterative Approach for Cyber-crime
Oxford Management Centre Certificate will be provided to delegates who successfully completed the training course.