Who's getting hacked?
Airports, Aerospace companies, Banks, eCommerce, Entertainment companies, Governments, Hacking service providers, Hospitals, IT companies, Insurance companies, Military agencies, Municipalities, Nuclear power plants, Oil companies, Police departments, Retailers, Schools, Stock exchanges, Super-secret agencies, Tax departments, Telecom giants, Universities…..
What's getting hacked?
Airplanes, Apps, ATM machines, Baby monitors, Bank accounts, Biometric devices, Bitcoin wallets, Browsers, Cars, CCTV cameras, Dating sites & apps, Drones, Email accounts, Facebook pages, Gaming consoles, Health trackers, Laptops, Medical devices, Power plants, Routers, Self aiming rifles, Share trading accounts, Smart-watches, Smartphones, Tablets, Websites, Wifi networks….
ASCL Certified Cyber Crime Control Consultant (c5)
The last 2 years have seen some of the world's largest institutions fall prey to cyber crime - JP Morgan Chase, Sony, AT&T, eBay, Google, Apple, Dairy Queen International, Domino's Pizza and half of the South Korean population!
The global cost of cyber crime is estimated to be more than $100 billion a year.
The c5 program has been launched by Asian School of Cyber Laws to help you to develop the skills to minimize the cost and impact of cyber crime on your organisation.
The ASCL Continuous Education Program (CEP) is designed to keep your expertise and skills updated. You are required to obtain 120 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) every 3 years to maintain your c5 certification.
The first batch of this program begins 1st January, 2016.
- Global impact of cyber crime
- Cyber Incident Response
- Data Protection
- Fraud Control
- Information System Contingency Planning
- Cyber Security
- Counter Terrorism
- Data Privacy
- Cyber Insurance
- Real World Case Studies