IWP 692
Two credits

This course provides national security and cyber intelligence professionals with a better understanding of cyber terrorism by compiling and extracting sound knowledge from scholars of the subject in an effort to analyze an appropriate, comprehensive definition of cyber terrorism. This course addresses motive, means, and opportunity as it applies to the use of cyber to cause terror and undermine national security. The course will also cover collections and cyber tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by cyber terrorists, where bits and bytes can cause loss of life and destruction of Critical Infrastructure (CI).

Semester Available

Fall