In recent years, societies worldwide have made tremendous advances towards becoming information societies. Information and communication technologies (ICT) now permeate almost all aspects of people’s life. The increasing reliance and thus dependency on ICT makes societies vulnerable to threats such as cybercrime, that is, crime committed against or through computer data and systems (Council of Europe, 2009). In addition to the large number of offences against or through ICT, an increasing number of other cases ending up in court involve electronic evidence stored on a computer system or other devices.
To support the continued specialisation and technical training of employees in security, auditing and investigations to manage Cyber attacks
- Head of Departments
- IT Personnel
- IT Auditors