This module is a resource for lecturers
The following readings are (mostly open source) required readings that should be completed before taking a class based on this Module:
- Bynum, Terrell. (2011). Computer and Information Ethics. In Edward N. Zalta. (ed.). The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
- Finklea, Kristin and Catherine A. Theohary. (2015). Cybercrime: Conceptual Issues for Congress and U.S. Law Enforcement. Congressional Research Service, 15 January 2015.
- International Telecommunication Union (ITU). (2012). Understanding cybercrime: Phenomena, challenges and legal response (pp. 1-12).
- Jang, Yunsik. (2009). Challenges and Best Practices in Cybercrime Investigation.
- Maras, Marie-Helen. (2014). Computer Forensics: Cybercriminals, Laws, and Evidence. Jones and Bartlett.
- Maras, Marie-Helen. (2016). Cybercriminology. Oxford University Press.
- Security.org. A Guide to Securing Confidential Personal Data Both Online and Offline.
- University of Notre Dame. (n.d.). Introducing Basic Network Concepts.
- UNODC. (2013). Draft Comprehensive Study on Cybercrime (pp. xvii-xxvii).
- Wall, David. (2007). Cybercrime: The Transformation of Crime in the Information Age. Polity.