course will examine the history, typologies, trends, and causes
associated with computer crimes such as hacking, virus writing and cyber
terrorism. The course will also address the legislation and law
enforcement practices designed to prevent, investigate and prosecute
computer crimes. Pre-requisite: JS 103 or permission of instructor.
Win 2000/XP/VISTA or Mac OSX Pentium/G3 1Ghz w/ 2.0 GB RAM
High Speed Internet Access Recommended*
Internet Explorer 7x (Recommended) or Firefox 22.214.171.124 (Safari recommended for Mac)
Current Java runtime environment for Windows or OSX (java.com)
UPDATES – Make sure you download security patches for your operating system. If you’re a Microsoft Windows user, get your monthly updates at www.microsoft.com/security. If you use Mac, check out updates at www.mac.com/support.
*Course access via 56K modem or other form of dial up is not recommended and any connectivity problems due to this type of connection are not supported by Lewis-Clark State College.