NETWORKING

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.



The purpose of the Networking unit is to provide a space for knowledge sharing and collaboration between scholars,
practitioners, and policy makers dealing with issues in cybercrime investigation and cybersecurity.


This unit provides a platform for such partnership, as well as content that can be useful for an array of professions. The goal is to reduce the gap in research and practice among the various different sectors and professions dealing with cybercrime and cybersecurity.


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


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.



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.


NETWORKING


The purpose of the Networking unit is to provide a space for knowledge sharing and collaboration between scholars,
practitioners, and policy makers dealing with issues in cybercrime investigation and cybersecurity. This unit provides a platform
for such partnership, as well as content that can be useful for an array of professions. The goal is to reduce the gap in research and
practice among the various different sectors and professions dealing with cybercrime and cybersecurity.


RESEARCH - IJCIC


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


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 |
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CONTACT US

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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