About this course
This course will introduce students to the basics of ICT security, including legal and ethical issues, virus control, phishing, social networking, version control and malware/spyware and more, all of which are highly relevant and important to today's businesses and society.
Students will be introduced to, and learn to use, computer forensic tools and techniques imperative in the capture and maintenance of digital evidence.
Fundamental to this course is the understanding of computer systems and the broader computing field.
This course is suitable for anyone looking for a career in computer security or computer forensic investigation roles.
- A minimum of 160 UCAS tariff points and GCSE maths and English at minimum grade C or equivalent.
- Applications are welcome if you do not meet the standard entry requirements but have experience within the IT industry or can demonstrate your ability to study at higher education level.
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