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Cybercrime, cyberterrorism and cyberwarfare

Cybercrime encompasses a broad group of criminal acts committed through networks or information systems, with the aim of violating security or assets protected by law.

Training: Cybercrime, cyberterrorism and cyberwarfare

The training programme covers various aspects from the areas of cybercrime, cyberterrorism and cyberwarfare. The course presents the forms and types of current cyber threats, and provides practical knowledge of methods and techniques for recognising and preventing crimes committed via networks or computer devices (including mobile and peripheral devices).

For whom?

The training is aimed at those interested in the phenomena of cybercrime, cyberterrorism, cyberwarfare and information warfare. Available training variants and dedicated programmes, allow the specific needs of participants at different levels of knowledge to be met.


Marcin Meller, author of training courses, including the first OSINT training course in Poland, experienced trainer and consultant in various areas of intelligence and security. He lectured on the Strategic Business Intelligence course at Kozminski University. His solutions and specialised training courses have gained recognition among experts and represent a proven methodology for information acquisition and analysis. He has a rich history of working with major public and private sector companies.

Example modules
  1. Introduction to cybercrime, cyberterrorism and cyberwarfare; common features and differences in characteristics; motivations
  2. Threats in cyberspace
  3. Cyber attacks
  4. Malware
  5. Data security breaches
  6. Ways and methods of cyber criminals and cyber terrorists
  7. Protection of mobile devices
  8. Online safety
  9. Preventive software
  10. Investigation techniques and methods
  11. Digital evidence and investigation model
  12. Ask for other modules!