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2 Md Shah Alam Superintendent of Police Bangladesh Police Cyber crime: a new challenge for law enforcers!

3 2 A cyber-crime is estimated to take place every 20 seconds... Over 500,000 web pages contain some form of hacker tool

4 Bangladesh Police3 New concept of global citizenship: Cybercitizenship Cyber ethics Netiquette"

5 Bangladesh Police4 What is Cyber crime: Definition (1) Council of Europe Criminal offences committed against or with the help of computer networks Offence against the confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer data and systems.

6 Bangladesh Police5 http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/en/Treaties/Html/ 185.htm Offences against computer data and systems - Illegal access - Illegal interception - Data interference - System interference - Misuse of devices What is Cyber crime: Definition (2) Cyber Crime Convention

7 Bangladesh Police6 http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/en/Treaties/Html/18 5.htm Computer related offences - Computer-related forgery - Computer-related fraud - Offences related to child pornography - Offences related to infringements of copyright and related rights What is Cyber crime: Definition (2) Cyber Crime Convention

8 Bangladesh Police7 What is Cyber crime : Definition (3) General crimes by using new technologies - Defamation New crimes using Internet-based technologies - Fraud on on-line trade Attacks upon the computer systems and networks themselves - Illegal access

9 Bangladesh Police8 Major Cybercrimes Unauthorised access to a computer system  Unauthorised access to data or information  Introduces or causes to introduce viruses  Tampering with computer source documents  Cause Damage to Computer system or causes any disruption  Denies access to any person authorised to access the computer system  Spread of viruses

10 Bangladesh Police9 Hacker Traits: Curiosity and/or desire to learn Gang mentality Psychological needs Misguided trust in other individuals Altruistic reasons Revenge and malicious reasons

11 Bangladesh Police10 Why do hackers hack? Emotional issues Desire to embarrass the target Joyriding Scorekeeping Espionage (industrial, political) Because they can…

12 Bangladesh Police11 Targets: Financial data Intellectual Property Personal data System Access Theft, modification or sale, blackmail Theft, sale, personal gain Modification, sale Sabotage, backdoors, exploitation

13 Bangladesh Police12 What the law of Bangladesh says: if a person intentionally causes loss or damage to any other person or organisation by any act which destroys, deletes or alters any information residing in a computer resource or diminishes its value or utility or affects it by any means, would be considered to have engaged in hacking.

14 Bangladesh Police13 What makes us difficult to investigate cybercrime? Increase in the number of cyber crime HARDLY imagined what happens Lack of resources Trained investigators Equipments The nature of the Internet Speed of Cybercrime Damage of Cybercrime Transnational nature of cyberspace Volatility nature of digital evidence

15 Bangladesh Police14 The Bangladesh Scenario Malicious Mail to Foreign Diplomatic Mission and Other VIPs Pornography Use of e-mail for illegal activities Use of Internet for transmitting false and malicious information Use of Internet for Prostitution Use of Internet for Women & Child Trafficking

16 Bangladesh Police15 Illegal Prostitution Promotion Sites from Bangladesh Search result from Google Bangladesh Escorts: Free Personals and Reviews of Bangladesh... Bangladesh Escorts: Free Personals and Reviews of Bangladesh... Welcome to Bangladesh Escort Agency. It is an adult entertainment agency of Dhaka, Bangladesh that specializes in providing personalized fun and... www.sexyescortads.com/escorts/female/bangladesh/ - 61k - Cached - Similar pages CachedSimilar pages Dhaka Escorts escort girls available for you in Dhaka, Bangladesh.... Hey this is Rafi from Dhaka Bangladesh.Independent male escort for the lonely, bored of life ladies... www.sexyescortads.com/search/Dhaka_escorts.html - 34k - Cached - Similar pagesCachedSimilar pages

17 Bangladesh Police16 Search results(2115 profiles in BANGLADESH) http://www.hornymatches.com/geolist.php ISHURDI BANGLADESH Independent Escorts, Escort Agency, and Massage... ISHURDI BANGLADESH Independent Escorts, Escort Agency, and Massage... ISHURDI SexyDepo.com has independent escorts and massage providers in Bangladesh and International. We have several regions in Barisal, Bhola, Bogra,... maine.topescortreview.com/html/area/Banglad esh/ Bangladesh-ISHURDI-escorts-escort- massage-incall-outcall.htm - 17k - Cached - Similar pagesCached Similar pages Illegal Prostitution Promotion Sites from Bangladesh

18 Bangladesh Police17 e – Readiness for Police The various government across the globe are investing to bring the Police Force to meet the challenges of the Borderless Cyber Crime, Government of Bangladesh has also taken to make the Police Force e- Ready.

19 Bangladesh Police18 ICT Law in Bangladesh ICT Act 2006 Amendment of Telecommunication Act 2001

20 Bangladesh Police19 ICT Act 2006 Eliminates barriers to e-commerce, Promotes legal and business infrastructures to secure e- transactions, Facilitates electronic filing in government agencies and Ensures efficient delivery of electronic records from government offices

21 Bangladesh Police20 ICT Act 2006 Help maintain the latest technology by freeing it from nuisance as punitive provisions Publishing obscene or defamatory information in electronic form The law ensures five years imprisonment and a fine of up to Taka 5 crore for offenders for the first conviction and that could be extended to 10 years imprisonment and Taka 10 crore as fine for each subsequent offence of the same nature.

22 Bangladesh Police21 ICT Act 2006  Powers of Police Officers and Other Officers  Establishment of Cyber Appellate Tribunal

23 Bangladesh Police22 Special Provisions for LEA under Amended Telecom Act  Telecom Service Providers including Internet service providers are considered as intermediaries  All such Service Providers to maintain log of all their customers.  Such data to be produced on demand by Service Providers to any designated enquiry officer from Law Enforcement Agency (LEA)

24 Bangladesh Police23 How could we co-operate each other regionally or internationally? @ 1. By exchanging information 2. By building investigation capability 3. By arranging Regional Working Parties

25 Bangladesh Police24 Cooperation, sharing of knowledge and practical experience Promotion of standardization of methods Establish good practice guidelines Working Parties on IT Crimes may concentrate :

26 Bangladesh Police25 Recommendations Cooperation, sharing of knowledge and practical experience Promotion of standardization of methods Establish good practice guidelines To share the current crime scenes Establishment of digital forensic laboratory for investigation and detection of cyber crime. To train trainers or teachers on IT crime investigation

27 Bangladesh Police26 Recommendations Usage of Interpol Criminal Information System and Interpol Secure Web Site https://www.interpol.int Effective usage of National Central Reference Points To initiate IT related projects.

28 Bangladesh Police27 Conclusion Act as Global police rather than Regional or national police to fight against cyber crime Rise of cyber crime insists the law enforcers to work as global police rather than regional or national police only. Citizens of 21 st centuries need to fight together against their common enemies. The Police Force through global partnership need be able to meet the challenges of the technology to curb all crimes including Cyber Crime.

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