MLM786 - Electronic Crime
2016 unit information
|Contact hours:||1 x 3 hour seminar per week|
This unit addresses a range of issues relating to electronic crime, including: evolution of electronic crime; denial of service attacks; spreading of viruses; spamming; other forms of attack on computers; fraud; industrial espionage; money laundering; child exploitation; terrorism; harassment; and the computer as a storage device for a criminal offence.
Written Assignment 1 4000 words 50%, Written Assignment 2 4000 words 50%
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