Classes

Cybersecurity: Prevention and Regulation of Cyber threats

Semester: 

אביב

Offered: 

2018

As cyberspace — the online world of computer networks and the internet — evolves, it also facilitate the spread of disruptive cyber activities, which have the potential to cause significant damages for individuals, organizations and states. Today’s transition to cyberspace and Iinternet of things (IOT) has created new challenges for the prevention and regulation of cyber threats including: cybercrimes, cyber-warfare, internet terrorism, human rights violations and more.

Between cyber wars and internet governance

Semester: 

אביב

Offered: 

2018

This course examines the conflicts and the compromises taking place "behind the scenes" in the field of internet governance. In this course the student will learn about the national and the international actors operating within the cyber space and about the political, social and technological struggles that shape and construct the cyberspace in which we live.

CYBER LAW

Semester: 

אביב

Offered: 

2018

The integration of the computer into modern society is causing unpredictable technological and social changes. 

The dominance of the Internet in the commercial and social life has raised new issues. Questions like jurisdiction, anonymity, contract making, infringement, privacy, tort laws, and many others. Every day, courts around the world deal with these innovative questions, and the solutions are different, frequently changing, and contradicting. 

The Internet Toolbox: Hands On / Mr. Ariel Weiss

Semester: 

Yearly

Offered: 

2017
The decentralization nature of the net have created a series of tools and. Familiarity with these tools is essential for dealing with the online field. In this course we will learn these tools and will experience them.

Internet Research: Priniples and Practical Tools / Dr. Nicholas John, Mr. Asaf Nissenbaum

Semester: 

Yearly

Offered: 

2017
The course asks how we can use the internet as a research tool, and it asks how we can research the internet. Throughout the course special emphasis is placed on tools and concepts that are unique to the internet, such as hyperlinks and websites. In addition to frontal lectures, the course has a very practical orientation, and students will learn hands on how to use new tools.

Crime, Media and the Internet / Dr. Ravital Sela-Shiovitz

Semester: 

Yearly

Offered: 

2017
The course focuses on various aspects of crime, media and the internet. Students will become familiar with the different theoretical approaches and research knowledge regarding media coverage of crime and police work. The second part of the course focuses on online deviance and cybercrime.

Between Cyber Wars And Internet Governance / Dr. Efrat Daskal

Semester: 

Yearly

Offered: 

2017
This course examines the conflicts and the compromises taking place "behind the scenes" in the field of internet governance. In this course the student will learn about the national and the international actors operating within the cyber space and about the political, social and technological struggles that shape and construct the cyberspace in which we live.

Israeli and International Cybersecurity Law

Semester: 

סתיו

Offered: 

2017
The emerging field of cyber law is characterized by rapid and substantive changes in the activities to which it applies both in the international arena and in Israel. Nearly half of the world's population currently has access to cyberspace, a new human phenomenon that has had much positive impact (such as in the fields of health, education and law). However, there are also phenomena of abuse by hostile elements: states, societies, groups and individuals.