Founder and Director of the DACRIM Office of Criminology – Criminological Development and Analysis.
She collaborates with the QSDGlobal Foundation in the search for missing persons.
Why take this Course on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime?
In recent years, the number of companies that have decided to invest in protecting themselves against cyberattacks has increased exponentially. A recent European Union report predicts that almost 1 million cybersecurity-related jobs will be created by 2020.
The Executive Programme in Cybersecurity and Cybercrime offers methodological and practical instruments necessary for professional development in different fields, which include the prevention, detection, investigation, reaction, taking of evidence and prosecution of crimes that are committed through ICT. The course is based on a triple perspective of analysis: legal, criminological and procedural, in addition to being complemented by the necessary technical knowledge of the cybercrime environment.
For all these reasons, and given the growing demand for qualified professionals, ESERP and Dacrim have developed a programme adapted to market needs, training students on the phenomenon of cybercrime, its agents, the environment where it occurs and its prosecution, in addition to encouraging the formation of management teams with the necessary skills for strategic management in the prevention and prosecution of these types of cybercrime.
With this course on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime, you can develop your professional activity in different areas:
Criminologists: the programme offers specialised knowledge for the provision of research, advisory and consulting services to companies and organisations interested in implementing prevention and security plans and programmes, as well as risk and vulnerability control plans.
Lawyers: the programme provides valid and useful training for the practice of law, both in relation to consulting and advisory services as well as the defence or prosecution of cybercrime in criminal proceedings. It also offers complementary knowledge of interest for the exercise of other legal professions related to criminal law and criminal procedural law, such as judges or prosecutors.
For people interested in research in the field of social and legal sciences, the course has a research-oriented approach that can be useful in accessing a PhD programme, providing the specialised training that is necessary to write a doctoral thesis related to this subject.
“This is an educational programme that is very much geared towards professional activity. The cases we studied in the programme were real, which allowed us to learn from the mistakes and successes of large companies.”
Caroline Schäfer Suren
Head of Events at the Marriott Chain
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