SCIENCE TO COUNTERACT
CYBER &
COMPUTER CRIME
CENTER FOR CYBERCRIME
INVESTIGATION & CYBERSECURITY

SCIENCE TO COUNTERACT CYBER & COMPUTER CRIME

CENTER FOR CYBERCRIME INVESTIGATION & CYBERSECURITY


ABOUT US

CIC is an interdisciplinary laboratory that provides

collaborative, multi-lateral alliances to educate, train,

and recommend policy implications to professions
dealing with cybercrime, cyber-security, and other

forms of digital/technological  inquiries. The Center
aims to connect various interdisciplinary sectors in
global initiative to combat and address burgeoning
issues pertaining to various forms of cybercrime(s)
and/or online activities.

Main Goals

To establish international partnerships, conduct

collaborative research, and provide law
enforcement training to global audiences

interested in cybercrime and cybersecurity

To become a leader and sustainable source of

scholarship, training, and service in cybercrime
and cybersecurity for both national and

international communities


To provide potential research opportunities 
that allow students to develop skills 
for the purposes of career advancement


Three specialized units are recognized
within the scope of the Center:
(1) Networking, (2) Research, and

(3) Professional Training.

PRESIDENT

OUR ADVISORY BOARD

CIC TEAM

FOCAL AREAS


NETWORKING

The Networking unit focuses on bridging the gap

between scholars, practitioners, and policy makers

so that fluid knowledge sharing can occur and

collaboration can be had.

RESEARCH

The main objective of this unit is to heighten
the expertise and proficiency of empirical
and practical knowledge within cybercrime,

while providing a space and
forum for interdisciplinary collaboration.

TRAINING

The Training unit provides simple but clear
guidelines for practitioners, which include
(but are not limited to): law enforcement, specialized practitioners, educators, and policy makers.

TRAINING


CYBERCRIME PREVENTION PROGRAM

Your donation will support cybersecurity
training, education, and research for promoting various cybercrime prevention programs.

ABOUT US

CIC is an interdisciplinary laboratory that provides collaborative, multi-lateral alliances to
educate, train, and recommend policy implications to professions dealing with cybercrime,
cyber-security, and other forms of digital/technological inquiries. The Center aims to connect
various interdisciplinary sectors in a global initiative to combat and address burgeoning issues
pertaining to various forms of 
cybercrime(s) and/or online activities.

Over

3 billion

Active social network
users worldwide

1 in
3 Americans

The victim of a
cyber-attack

Over

$6 trillion

Predicted cybercrime
cost in 2021

Every
14 seconds

Ransomware attack

Main Goals

To establish international partnerships, conduct collaborative research, and provide law
enforcement training to global audiences interested in cybercrime and cybersecurity

To become a leader and sustainable source of scholarship, training, and service in
cybercrime and cybersecurity for both national and international communities


To provide potential research opportunities that allow students to 
develop skills for the purposes of career advancement


Three specialized units are recognized within the scope of the Center:
(1) Networking, (2) Research, and (3) Professional Training.

PRESIDENT

OUR ADVISORY BOARD

CIC TEAM

FOCAL AREAS


NETWORKING

The Networking unit focuses on bridging
the gap between scholars, practitioners,
and policy makers so that fluid knowledge sharing can occur and collaboration can be had.

RESEARCH

The main objective of this unit is to heighten
the expertise and proficiency of empirical
and practical knowledge within cybercrime, 
while providing a space and
forum for interdisciplinary collaboration.

TRAINING

The Training unit provides simple but clear guidelines for practitioners, which include (but are not limited to): law enforcement, specialized practitioners, educators, and policy makers.

NEWS FEED


CYBERCRIME PREVENTION PROGRAM

Your donation will support cybersecurity training, education, 

and research for promoting various cybercrime prevention programs.

Over
3 billion

Active social network users worldwide

1 in
3 Americans

The victim of a cyber-attack

Over
$6 trillion

Predicted cybercrime cost in 2021

Every
14 seconds

Ransomware attack

Center for Cybercrime Investigation
and Cybersecurity

Director : Kyung-shick Choi
Main Office : 46 Warren Ave, Milton, MA 02186

Training Center : 30 JFK Street (3rd Floor), Cambridge, MA 02138

TEL :  617-358-2807  |  FAX : 617-358-3595
EMAIL : admin@centercicboston.org


Copyright 2018 Center for CIC | Resource Guide for Global Cybersecurity Research & Training | All Rights Reserved |
Privacy at Center for CIC

CONTACT US

admin@centercicboston.org

Center for Cybercrime Investigation and Cybersecurity

Director : Kyung-shick Choi  |  Main Office : 46 Warren Ave, Milton, MA 02186
Training Center : 30 JFK Street (3rd Floor), Cambridge, MA 02138

TEL :  617-358-2807  |  FAX : 617-358-3595  |  EMAIL : admin@centercicboston.org


Copyright 2018 Center for CIC  | Resource Guide for Global Cybersecurity Research & Training | All Rights Reserved
Privacy at Center for CIC

CONTACT US

admin@centercicboston.org