Case Studies I, Placing the Suspect Behind Keyboard

Case Studies I, Placing the Suspect Behind Keyboard

A cram session of getting into the mindset of finding the suspect behind the computer with several case studies ranging from cyberstalking to murder!

About this course

Registration will open on Oct 22 at 3PM (Pacific Daylight Time) and close at 6PM.

Registration will re-open on Oct 23 at 3PM (Pacific Daylight Time) and close at 6PM.

The presentation is 1 hour in length. As long as you register within the time frames above, you will have access to watch the presentations during the next 2 days.

Curriculum

  • Case Studies I
  • USA v Ryan Lin (CyberStalking)
  • Quiz
  • A short quiz
  • Survey

About this course

Registration will open on Oct 22 at 3PM (Pacific Daylight Time) and close at 6PM.

Registration will re-open on Oct 23 at 3PM (Pacific Daylight Time) and close at 6PM.

The presentation is 1 hour in length. As long as you register within the time frames above, you will have access to watch the presentations during the next 2 days.

Curriculum

  • Case Studies I
  • USA v Ryan Lin (CyberStalking)
  • Quiz
  • A short quiz
  • Survey