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    Introduction There are several types of crimes committed on a daily basis. Whether it is Robbery, Murder, Grand Theft and the list goes on. As of 2005, in over 7,000 (seven thousand) businesses, 67% were detected to at least have one cybercrime committed. Out of that 67%, 60% had more than one cybercrime committed. (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2010) In this body of work, a discussion and an explanation of the four different categories of computer crimes, the most common forms of digital crime, computer crimes and cyber terrorism that presents the greatest threat and a summarization of the roles and responses of the United States Government, court systems and law enforcement agencies have enacted to combat computer crime. Categories…

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    Computer Crime Case Study

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    Introduction to Computer Crimes What is cyber crime? It is an activity done by using computers with the internet. For Example, downloading music or video files illegally from the internet to stealing information from other users from all over the internet . The most common crime is done through phishing and most of the crimes have such large scope, phishing is just an example of a cybercrime activity as there are a lot more crimes that are called computer crimes. Types of Computer Crime…

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    development in the technology of computers and communications, the world definitely profited a lot. However, this has come at a scary price for many. Computer crimes have become a serious problem, costing millions of dollars. “Ranking at 23%, United States has the worse computer crimes.” (Sumo3000, 2016). Despite the fact, other countries are becoming more reliant upon the internet for business and government purposes they are at jeopardy too. Computer crimes are threatening the forthcoming of…

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    Computer Forensic Crimes

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    Computer Forensics Investigator has been predicted to be one of the fastest and best paying jobs on the criminal justice field, this fairly new field that consists of anything from digital artifacts to network and databases analyzation. (criminaljusticedegreeschools). Computer forensic has become a major important factor in many cases dealing with computer crimes such as financial fraud, unauthorized intrusion, identity theft and homicides, drugs related crimes, or pornography. This field…

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    Introduction In today’s life computer and internet has become a basic need of life. They are the mediator of our life. One shares information, store information through internet. Now a day’s internet is a back bone of the society. One can use internet from anywhere and anytime and is easily accessible. The growing dependency on internet world is termed as cyber world. The augmentation in the usage of internet has enabled an increase in the volume of cybercrime activities because there is no…

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    This report will look in depth at the statement of weather or not hacking is a criminal activity. Firstly, looking at the definition of computer crime and identifying the correlations and differences between traditional crime and computer crime. Similarly looking at criminal activity and what criminal activity is. Also looking at hacking and how it is defined, before finally making a final critical opinion if ‘hacking is not a criminal activity’ or not and look at the law and legal issues that…

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    1.0 INTRODUCTION: Nowadays, the technology has made computer crime has been increasing at an alarming rate. Rapid development of information technology (IT) has brought with many new applications and opportunities that brings positive and negative effect in our lives. In addition, people around the world can communicate in real time on variety types of devices such as cell phones, tablets, computers and etc. Besides, a photo, video, text message or anything can be viewed by anyone, shared with…

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    How do we prevent computer crime Computer crime is a common thing in todays society. It is something that should be in every persons mind as they are surfing the web and typing in personal information. The first thing that should be done to prevent computer crime is have a firewall on their computer. A firewall is essentially a barrier for your computer that keeps information from going out into the network without permission [1]. Passwords are another important concept to consider when…

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    terrorism is defined as the use of computer network tools to shut down critical national infrastructures (e.g., energy, transportation, government operations) or to coerce or intimidate a government or civilian population (Lewis 8). Terrorists can use cyber terrorism for multiple purposes. There are several types of cyber terrorism, which are explained in more detail below. Hacking Hacking is perhaps the most familiar types of cyber crime to the general public. The term hacking originated in…

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    Codes Of Conduct

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    In many businesses and other establishments, there is a written document that sets a behavior standard to keep every party safe. This type of document is most commonly known as a code of conduct. Codes of conduct determine how people should act and behave towards others, whether it be students, co-workers, customers, etc. These codes also outline duties and responsibilities for the various amount of parties related to the establishment. The codes also outline the rules for organization that…

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