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Advanced Diploma in Cyber Crime Management

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As more companies connect their networks to the Internet, awareness of cyber crime becomes critical. Generally speaking, cyber crime involves a number of issues ranging from the theft of information from a computer system or network, to the use of a computer as a tool during the commission of a crime.

Taking reasonable measures to protect networks in the modern environment is more than prudent, it is critical. Given human avarice, widespread knowledge of computer technology and the law of averages, however, no matter how well one protects their networks, they may become the victim at some point. While urging the highest of priority to prevention, this article will discuss methods that should be employed in response to the occurrence of computer crime affecting your organization.

While avoiding technology - based operations would lower risk, the rewards of incorporating new technology into a company's existing infrastructure are compelling, with widely available programs streamlining internal production and operations, allowing business partners to communicate more quickly, and permitting customers and potential clients to gather information more efficiently. Deployed correctly, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Resource Management (CRM), and, for that matter, automated word processing, billing and word processing programs can bring costs down and improve customer satisfaction.

In the rush to automate and, particularly, to be online, many businesses and professional firms neglect to carefully weigh the impact of the decision. All too often these companies expect larger and more expansive projects to be completed in short time frames from understaffed, under-skilled, and over-worked network administration team. In such cases, security is viewed as a luxury rather than a necessity, a mistake many firms have lived to regret.

Whether the security breach involves network cracking and theft of information or digital funds, it can result in expensive losses in customer satisfaction as well as losses in revenue and liability for the company. It is thus imperative for modern managers to be well versed of the challenges thrown up by cyber crime.

The Advanced Diploma in Cyber Laws is a 6 months course costing Rs. 8,250/-

The course covers the following modules:

Module I: Cyber Crime - A management perspective

Module II: Information Security Management

Module III: Understanding the Indian Techno-legal environment

Module IV: Managing Corporate Intellectual Property.

Module V: Implementing Security Policies


A Graduate from any stream is eligible to enroll for Advanced Diploma in Cyber Crime Management course