As technology develops and internet-enabled devices become ever more prevalent new opportunities exist for that technology to be exploited by criminals. One result of this is that cybercrime is increasingly recognised as a distinct branch of criminal law. This book is designed for students studying cybercrime for the first time, enabling them to get to grips with an area of rapid change.
The book offers a thematic and critical overview of cybercrime, introducing the key principles and clearly showing the connections between topics as well as highlighting areas subject to debate. Written with an emphasis on the law in the UK but considering in detail the Council of Europe's important Convention on Cybercrime, this text also covers the jurisdictional aspects of cybercrime in international law. Themes discussed include crimes against computers, property, offensive content, and offences against the person, and recent controversial areas such as cyberterrorism and cyber-harassment are explored. Clear, concise and critical, this text offers a valuable overview of this fast-paced and growing area of law.
Politihøgskolen er den sentrale utdanningsinstitusjonen for politi- og lensmannsetaten. Aldri før har IT vært mer avgjørende for virksomhetens suksess. Bruk av skytjenester og sluttbrukerens anvendelse av IT har endret seg drastisk. Dokumenthandel er en nettbasert plattform for kjøp og salg av studierelaterte dokumenter på universitets- og høyskolenivå i Norge. Dokumenthandel AS (org. nr: 914. Criminal Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section; About CCIPS; Press Releases Cyber crime, or computer related crime, is crime that involves a computer and a network. The computer may have been used in the commission of a crime, or it may be. Cybercrime, also called computer crime, the use of a computer as an instrument to further illegal ends, such as committing fraud, trafficking in child pornography and. Cybercrime is any unlawful activity that involves a computer. The computing device may be the agent of the crime, the facilitator of the crime or the target of the crime. Cybercrime continues to escalate as digital technology transforms and disrupts the business ecosystem. Find out more in our Global Economic Crime Survey 2016. The FBI is the lead federal agency for investigating cyber attacks by criminals, overseas adversaries, and terrorists. The threat is incredibly serious. Today’s world is more interconnected than ever before.
Yet, for all its advantages, increased connectivity brings increased risk of theft, fraud, and abuse.