Cybersecurity: Legal and Ethics

Start DateDurationLocationTuition
TBD28 HoursVirtual$600.00

Program/course schedule subject to change based on enrolment


This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge to interpret local, national, and international rules, regulations, standards, and laws for the purpose of security compliance. Students explore criminal behaviour and legal implications. In addition, students examine the characteristics and confines of professional ethics. Engaging in lectures and case studies, students’ investigate security policies, privacy legislation and evidence collection protocols.


Virtual Classroom

Get engaging and impactful live, instructor-led training, regardless of your location. Our Virtual Classroom approach allows you watch a live stream of Instructors from your laptop or smart phone anywhere you have an internet connection. Nothing else is needed. Plus enjoy all the advantages of actually being in a real class including the opportunity to ask questions, do exercises and peer collaboration. It’s your education, your way, designed to fit your schedule. Want to watch a class again or a review a certain section? No problem. It’s all done simply and easily with our virtual classroom technology from NBCC.

(Courses may also be taken on an individual basis but preference is given to those enrolling in the complete program.)

Cybercrime, Law and EthicsTBDTBD
Policies, Standards and ComplianceTBDTBD
Audits and EvidenceTBDTBD

Additional Fees/Costs

Textbook: Computer Security Principles and Practice 4th Edition ISNB: 9780134794105 Authors: Stallings, Brown


The program is designed for IT professionals, preferably with two years’ work experience in the field, or for individuals with five or more years of work experience and an expressed interest in the cybersecurity industry.

Other Info

This course is college credit and upon successful completion may be used towards regular Cybersecurity programs at NBCC.

Participants who complete this course will be awarded a digital badge in Cybersecurity: Legal and Ethics.

Cybersecurity: Legal and Ethics


Kelly Springer
(506) 453-5299

Payment of course fees is required at time of registration. We accept cash, debit, Visa, MasterCard, Money Order or cheque payable to New Brunswick Community College (NBCC).

Participants must be at least 16-years old, unless otherwise noted.

Books are available at the bookstore, prices quoted are approximate. The same payment methods listed above are accepted. There are no refunds for textbooks or materials.

Withdrawal/Refunds: Requests for withdrawal from Continuing Education courses must be made within 20% of course duration. Refunds may take 4-6 weeks to process. An administrative fee may apply.

All prices include HST where applicable and are subject to change.