Cyber investigation managers must plan and execute investigations into various genres of digitized deviancy, identifying and securing physical and witness evidence as well as digital evidence. Good management practice includes understanding digital deviancy; recognizing the demands of investigation as a profession; and managing processes such as systemic thinking, decision making, risk recognition, and resource allocation. This online course will introduce you to the complexities surrounding investigation decision-making processes, definitions of digital deviancy, as well as the limits and boundaries of investigative procedures and methodologies.
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- 2.2A: Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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