This course will explore the legal, regulatory, and policy framework of cybersecurity, cyber terrorism, cyber warfare, and cyber crime. Specifically, this course will examine the laws and policies designed to mitigate cyber threats, address cyber privacy concerns, criminalize cyber offenses, and govern cyber warfare. This course will provide students with a framework for understanding the myriad of federal and state laws and regulations that govern this emerging field. While the focus of the course will be on U.S. cyber law and policy, law and policy of foreign countries will also be addressed. Through the analysis of case studies, students will study the intersection of cyber law and policy in the domain of homeland security and learn about cybersecurity’s role in the real world.
Current & Previous Instructors:
|504T (CRN: 25910) Credits: 3|
Spring, 2018 (Evening).
|504T (CRN: 98252) Credits: 3|
Fall, 2018 (Day).
2 openings. (Limit 20). See course waitlist.