Meeloopdag - MSc Crisis and Security Management, spec. Cybersecurity Governance
- dinsdag 18 april 2023
2511 DP Den Haag
Are you interested in the MSc Crisis and Security Management (CSM), specialisation Cybersecurity Governance? Do you want to know more about what it is like to follow this master’s programme at Leiden University? Be a CSM Student for a Day!
(max. 15 students)
Take part in a Student for a Day at MSc Crisis and Security Management
If you decide to join this Student for a Day event, you:
- attend the lecture by Dr. T. Tropina. This lecture is part of the course 'Digital Crime';
- meet the student ambassador Evguenia Roussel;
- will have the possibility to ask all your questions about Crisis and Security Management, specialisation Cybersecurity Governance.
|11:45 hrs.||Start your Student for a Day at Wijnhaven|
|12:15 - 15:00 hrs.||Lecture by Dr. T. Tropina|
|15:00 - 15:30 hrs.||Q&A (optional)|
This lecture is at another location, so please be on time at Wijnhaven, Turfmarkt 99 The Hague.
After your registration, you will receive an e-mail with more information a few days before this event starts.
If you sign up, we expect you to come. We have limited places, so if you can't join us after registration, please contact the student ambassador Evguenia Roussel.
About the course 'Digital Crime'
The problem of digital crime goes far beyond the crimes committed on the Internet: nowadays, almost all crime can leave digital traces. The Internet creates unique opportunities for criminal activities, and legislators are always chasing a moving target as they try to bring laws up to speed to address new online threats. Despite all the pressure to harmonise legal frameworks to tackle digital crime, efforts to develop international solutions are slow and problematic. Finally, nobody can expect governments and their agencies to fight digital crime alone, but what is the role of private industry and other stakeholders in this fight?
A critical review of existing knowledge and research is essential for making informed policy decisions to address the problem of digital crime. The course, therefore, focuses on the research skill of critical evaluation. Students will learn how to assess the validity of existing research by critically evaluating the way the knowledge was produced. This includes, inter alia, the assessment of research methods, design, and the reliability of empirical data. Students will be able to assess the validity of research outcomes in policy fields relevant to their future professional or academic environments, and shape new research agendas for emerging policy topics, not only in the area of digital crime, but in other fields throughout their careers.
If you have questions about the Master's programme Crisis and Security Management, please contact the programme via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions about this event, please contact the student ambassador Evguenia Roussel via email@example.com.