Cyber Lawyer

Today it is hard to imagine a serious crime that does not involve some element of digital evidence or which has not been committed with the assistance of a computer or the internet. This intensive one-day input has been designed to give prosecutors and managers the essential knowledge around the technology and terminology. Using an evolving case-study, delegates will explore the opportunities and limitations of how data is stored by defendants and obtained by investigators, how communication works across a network and across the internet and how this might contribute to attribution, intent or bad character. There will be consideration of the challenges around encryption, virtual private networks and a delve into the world of the dark web. Delivered in an engaging and entertaining style, this is a content-packed day with plenty of opportunity for discussion.

Course Content

  • Computers and the home network

  • The Internet, VPNs and the Dark Web

  • Encryption

  • The Cloud, Social Media and Email­

Who should take this course?

  • CPS Prosecutors

  • Case workers and paralegals

  • Serious Crime Managers and Supervisors

  • Local and National Government Lawyers

Course Delivery - 1 Day - 0900-1600


5 September - York

10 September - Central London

20 September - Cardiff

Further dates to be announced

Price: £275 per person, including lunch and refreshments

To book a place click on the button or contact us now on:

07517 276 394