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Cybercrime: Regional and International Legislation (CYBR103)

Cybercrime: Regional and International Legislation (CYBR103)

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Learn to know why cybersecurity legislation is important in the workplace

Cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility. In this two-hour micro-course, you’ll be taught the non-technical aspects of Cybersecurity, and learn cybersecurity concepts critical for understanding cybersecurity enforcement and compliance with an examination of legislation from Canada, the United States and the European Union. At the end of this micro-course, you will be able to:

  • Outline record keeping guidelines used for security breach incidents or regulation compliance
  • Identify regulations and legislation related to privacy of personally identifiable and personal health information
  • Describe breach notification principles and what they are used for
  • Identify the key points of Canadian, US and European legislation
  • Explain the Fair Information Principles
  • Explain which legislation is substantially similar in Canada, US and Europe and their scope of effect
  • Explain who oversees Canadian, US and European compliance and what their duties are
  • Describe the penalties for non compliance in Canada, US and Europe
  • Describe the penalties for non compliance with provincial, regional / other frameworks / regulations from Canada, US and Europe

Click here to register for Cybercrime: Regional and International Legislation!