Complete ppt on cybercrime

Types of Crime Crime and Law. Type of CrimeDescriptionExamples White-Collar Crime Blue-Collar Crime Corporate Crime Crime of Hatred Cybercrime Domestic.

Crime Crime and Law Type of CrimeDescriptionExamples White-Collar Crime Blue-Collar Crime Corporate Crime Crime of Hatred Cybercrime Domestic Abuse Crime Involving Fire Violent Crime Description Carried out by businesses or corporations, or a person /Use pages 104 – 107 of ‘National 4/5 Modern Studies Leckie and Leckie’ book to complete this. 2. Collect a copy of the table on the next slide – you must complete this table in detail as this could potentially be an exam question. Examples and Explanations for /


CURRENT STATUS OF CYBERCRIME  Security is the fastest growing service in IT  Cyber Crime Costs $750 Billion annually  70% of threats arrive via email.

CURRENT STATUS OF CYBERCRIME  Security is the fastest growing service in IT  Cyber Crime Costs $750 Billion annually  70% of threats arrive via email / small  Threat is large enough that DHS, FBI and Secret Service are engaged. THINK ABOUT WHAT IS HERE  Personally identifiable information  Enough to build a complete profile  Customer credit cards  Customer contact information  This Company’s financial / banking information  Trade Secrets  Employee payroll information  Average cost of data breach/


1 Copyright © 2013 M. E. Kabay, D. Blythe, J. Tower-Pierce & P. R. Stephenson. All rights reserved. Indecency & Adult Pornography CJ341 – Cyberlaw & Cybercrime.

E. Kabay, D. Blythe, J. Tower-Pierce & P. R. Stephenson. All rights reserved. Indecency & Adult Pornography CJ341 – Cyberlaw & Cybercrime Lecture #6 M. E. Kabay, PhD, CISSP-ISSMP D. J. Blythe, JD School of Business & Management 2 Copyright © 2013 M/M. E. Kabay, D. Blythe, J. Tower-Pierce & P. R. Stephenson. All rights reserved. Dalton (cont’d) Sostrin completes his analysis as follows: “Recognizing that such speech could incite child abuse provides a potential basis for regulation. However, given the lack of/


Protecting Web 2.0 Services from Botnet Exploitations Cybercrime and Trustworthy Computing Workshop (CTC), 2010 Second Nguyen H Vo, Josef Pieprzyk Department.

Protecting Web 2.0 Services from Botnet Exploitations Cybercrime and Trustworthy Computing Workshop (CTC), 2010 Second Nguyen H Vo, Josef Pieprzyk Department of Computing, Macquarie University, Australia /based bot must use Web 2.0 service APIs, API Verifier is implemented to verify whether a user is a person or a bot  Approach  Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart (CAPTCHA)  MAC address as identifier API Verifier - architecture  Components  API Verifier Client /


Closing Panel: End Users & Cybercrime Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. MAAWG Senior Technical Advisor Grand Ballroom, 1530-1700 hrs, June 11th, 2009.

Closing Panel: End Users & Cybercrime Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. (joe@uoregon.edu) MAAWG Senior Technical Advisor Grand Ballroom, 1530-1700 hrs, June 11th, 2009 Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky,/spamming, scanning, packet flooding, hosting malware, etc.). If your system does do these things, well turn off your connection. On the other hand, customers are not completely without offsetting substantial powers of their own: If you treat me harshly or unfairly, I can and will take my business elsewhere. Or at least this is the/


Microsoft MVP (Enterprise Security) Microsoft Certified Trainer (18 years) Founder: Cybercrime Security Forum! Winner: Microsoft Speaker Idol 2006 Author:

Microsoft MVP (Enterprise Security) Microsoft Certified Trainer (18 years) Founder: Cybercrime Security Forum! Winner: Microsoft Speaker Idol 2006 Author: The Seventh Day Andy Malone (United Kingdom) Follow / anonymous content onto Server Compromised Node Infected with malicious code Police Law Enforcement Monitors Target client machine (Exit Point) An exit node has complete access to the content being transmitted from the sender to the recipient If the message is encrypted by SSL, the exit node cannot read/


1/24 Dr. Robert Layton Internet Commerce Security Laboratory Centre for Informatics and Applied Optimisation University of Ballarat Mathematics and Cybercrime.

24 Dr. Robert Layton Internet Commerce Security Laboratory Centre for Informatics and Applied Optimisation University of Ballarat Mathematics and Cybercrime 2/24 Who am I?  Bachelor of Computing, Major in Mathematics (2007)  Bachelor of Applied /) - AFACT - $25,000 + $15,000 - Google - $15,000 - APWG - $3000 - Other - $30,000 (distributions matter!) Supervision – complete: 2 - 1 honours - 1 undergraduate guided study Supervision – in progress: 7 - 1 full time PhD - 4 part time PhD - 1 full time Masters by/


The Information Security Experts Copyright © 2008 SecureWorks, Inc. All rights reserved. The Elusive Enemy - Cybercrime Duane Barraugh SecureWorks.

Experts Copyright © 2008 SecureWorks, Inc. All rights reserved. The Elusive Enemy - Cybercrime Duane Barraugh SecureWorks The Information Security Experts Copyright © 2008 SecureWorks, Inc. All /high-value/role (CxO, VP) Collected ALL data from interactive web posts –Banking data –Stock accounts –Company intranet logins –Webmail accounts (complete with email body) –Online shopping history and payment info –Online prescription refills –All websites visited The Information Security Experts Copyright © 2008 /


Cybersecurity concerns persist Global attacks are increasing and costs are rising 4 Cybercrime extracts between 15% and 20% of the value created by.

Cybersecurity concerns persist Global attacks are increasing and costs are rising 4 Cybercrime extracts between 15% and 20% of the value created by the Internet. 1 Total financial losses attributed to/ of cyber attacks could be as much as $3 trillion in lost productivity and growth. 4 Network Security Virtual Networks Customers can deploy completely isolated private network, and connect to services using private IP addresses. Network Security Groups Customers can control network traffic flowing in and out /


Chapter 9. Copyright Pearson Prentice-Hall 2010  In previous chapters, we have looked at threats, planning, and response  In Chapter 9, we complete.

 In previous chapters, we have looked at threats, planning, and response  In Chapter 9, we complete the discussion of the plan-protect-respond cycle  Response planning is necessary because defenses can never stop all/in individual cases ◦ For example, fraud, extortion, and the theft of trade secrets ◦ These laws often have far harsher consequences than cybercrime laws 31 Copyright Pearson Prentice-Hall 2010  Event logging for suspicious events  Sometimes, send alarms  A detective control, not a /


The 2010 “Tour of Cyber Crimes” Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. Room 142, Knight Law School University of Oregon 6:00-7:50PM, January 19th, 2010.

only widespread, but is being executed so flawlessly that the attackers compromise a system, steal everything of value and completely erase their tracks within 20 minutes. When you read this, it almost sounds like the plot of a /and trademark violations largely involved Latin music titles and Norton anti-virus software. [press release continues] [ http://www.usdoj.gov/criminal/cybercrime/wenPlea.htm ; emphasis added] 128 3. (e) Online Sale of "Replica" (Counterfeit) Trademarked Products Some stats from Union/


PowerPoint Presentation to Accompany Chapter 10 Security & Privacy Visualizing TechnologyCopyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice.

known computer fraud schemes on the Internet involve e-mails claiming you have won a lottery or inherited money. CybercrimeCybercrime  Identity theft:  Happens when someone uses your name, Social Security number, or bank or credit /account for everyday computing.  Administrator Account:  An administrator account for making changes, installing software, configuring settings, and completing other tasks.  Guest Account:  A guest account for users that need temporary access to a system. Safe Computing/


Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. (joe@uoregon.edu) A Succinct Cyber Crime Tour Meant To Illustrate By Way of Assorted Examples The Sort of Online Crimes Which Are.

only widespread, but is being executed so flawlessly that the attackers compromise a system, steal everything of value and completely erase their tracks within 20 minutes. When you read this, it almost sounds like the plot of a /and trademark violations largely involved Latin music titles and Norton anti-virus software. [press release continues] [ http://www.usdoj.gov/criminal/cybercrime/wenPlea.htm ; emphasis added] 3. (e) Online Sale of "Replica" (Counterfeit) Trademarked Products Some stats from Union des/


Tools to Make Objective Information Security Decisions — The Trust Economics Methodology SERENE Spring School, Birkbeck College, UK April 14, 2010 Aad.

cloud, SaaS) cannot be judged for resulting security security metrics Aad van Moorsel Newcastle University Centre for Cybercrime and Computer Security aad.vanmoorsel@newcastle.ac.uk 30 © Aad van Moorsel, Newcastle University, 2010 CIA metrics/of none: 0.0 partial: 0.275 complete: 0.660... P. Mell et al, “CVSS—A Complete Guide to the CVSS Version 2.0” DataLossDB from Open Security Foundation Aad van Moorsel Newcastle University Centre for Cybercrime and Computer Security aad.vanmoorsel@newcastle.ac.uk/


The 2009 “Tour of Cyber Crimes” Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. Room 142, Knight Law School University of Oregon 6:00-7:50PM, January 13th, 2009.

only widespread, but is being executed so flawlessly that the attackers compromise a system, steal everything of value and completely erase their tracks within 20 minutes. When you read this, it almost sounds like the plot of a /and trademark violations largely involved Latin music titles and Norton anti-virus software. [press release continues] [ http://www.usdoj.gov/criminal/cybercrime/wenPlea.htm ; emphasis added] 105 3. (e) Online Sale of "Replica" (Counterfeit) Trademarked Products Some stats from Union/


The 2011 “Tour of Cyber Crimes” Joe St Sauver, Ph.D. Room 142, Knight Law School University of Oregon 6:00-7:50PM, January 18th, 2011.

only widespread, but is being executed so flawlessly that the attackers compromise a system, steal everything of value and completely erase their tracks within 20 minutes. When you read this, it almost sounds like the plot of a /and trademark violations largely involved Latin music titles and Norton anti-virus software. [press release continues] [ http://www.usdoj.gov/criminal/cybercrime/wenPlea.htm ; emphasis added] 119 3. (e) Online Sale of "Replica" (Counterfeit) Trademarked Products Some stats from Union/


Data Security and Encryption (CSE348) 1. Lecture # 29 2.

in dealing with it 14 Law Enforcement Challenges Lack of resources represents another handicap The global nature of cybercrime is an additional obstacle: many crimes will involve perpetrators who are remote from the target system, in / and use of content 59 Digital Rights Management (DRM) In general, the objective is to provide mechanisms for the complete content management lifecycle – (creation, subsequent contribution by others, access, distribution, use), Including the management of rights information/


2013 NORTON REPORT. 24 COUNTRIES AUSTRALIA, BRAZIL, CANADA, CHINA, COLOMBIA, DENMARK, FRANCE, GERMANY, INDIA, ITALY, JAPAN, MEXICO, NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND,

WAKING UP CONSUMERS PICK CONVENIENCE OVER SAFETY 46 % WISH THEY COULD PERMANENTLY DELETE SOME OF THEIR PERSONAL ONLINE CONTENT COMPLETELY 7/10 DON’T PUT ANYTHING ON SOCIAL NETWORKS THAT THEY WOULDN’T WANT THEIR PARENTS / KIDS TO SEE/China, Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Colombia, South Africa Millennials: aged 18-34 Boomers: aged 45-64 DEFINITION OF CYBERCRIME Cybercrime is defined as any of the following activities: Computer viruses or malicious software appeared on my computer I responded to a forged, /


1 Best Practices and Enforcement in Cybersecurity: Legal, Institutional and Technical Measures Mohamed CHAWKI, Ph.D. © 2011.

to the commission of the crime (Blackmailers or Drugs dealers) 5 Cybercrime Vs. Real World Crime Theft Physical Space Theft: Possession of property shifts completely from the victim to the offender. Cyberspace Theft: Property is copied/to exchange experience between member states. - Participate with the African Union to fight cybercrime. 40 International Convention on Cybercrime The Convention on Cybercrime is the first international treaty seeking to address Computer crime and Internet crimes by harmonizing/


Foundations of digital Forensics

that applies throughout the territorial Two of the U.S. Constitution’s provisions are particularly relevant to the conduct of cybercrime investigations. The Fourth Amendment & Fifth Amendment 4. Fourth Amendment The Fourth Amendment creates a right to be free from/ This activities are the basis of the process model Figure 6.1. The most common steps for conducting a complete and competent digital investigation are: 1. Preparation: Generating a plan of action to conduct an effective Digital investigation, /


E – COMMERCE - BY: MARK ANTHONY P. CEZAR Introduction.

PHILIPPINE COURTS ON CASES RELATING TO WEBSITE DEFACEMENTS, ON-LINE PORNOGRAPHY CYBER-STALKING, INTERNET LIBEL, COMPUTER FORGERY, TEXT SCAMS, AND PRIVACY ISSUES ISSUES A.LEGISLATION AGAINST CYBERCRIME THE PRESENT LAWS ARE NOT SUFFICIENT TO COMPLETELY DETER CYBER-OFFENDERS AND TO PROTECT THE PHILIPPINES’ CYBERSPACE. FOR INSTANCE, THE MOST IMPORTANT CYBER-SECURITY LEGISLATION IN THE COUNTRY, WHICH IS REPUBLIC ACT 8792 OR THE/


Do you prefer to live in a peaceful world? But there’re always things against people’s wishes theft ( 盗窃 )

have + something + done 比尔的钱包在火车站被偷了 _________________________________ Bill had his wallet stolen at the train station.  Considering how bad the situation with cybercrime against companies has become, many people wonder why so little is known about this. L34 Considering the weather, we got here /’t _________you. A. keep up with B. put up with C. make up for D. hold on to Complete the following English sentences 1.We are going to the cinema tonight, ________________________( 你为什么不也一 起去呢? ) 2.The progress of/


Information Technology INT1001

purposes. Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall * Computer Crime & Cybercrime * 07/16/96 Computer Crime & Cybercrime Types of computer crime (continued) Malware (short for malicious software): programs developed to intentionally / You’ve Learned The lack of complete federal regulations to protect the right to privacy for individuals has resulted in numerous Web sites collecting and accumulating personal information. Computer crime and cybercrime are on the rise, including such/


Computers Are Your Future Eleventh Edition Chapter 9: Privacy, Crime, and Security Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall1.

Hall3 Objectives Understand how technological developments are eroding privacy and anonymity. List the types of computer crime and cybercrime. List the types of computer criminals. Understand computer system security risks. Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc/ as Prentice Hall41 Summary Lack of complete federal regulations to protect the right to privacy for individuals allows numerous Web sites to collect and accumulate personal information. Computer crime and cybercrime are on the rise and include such/


Computers Are Your Future Tenth Edition

Will Learn Understand how technological developments are eroding privacy and anonymity. List the types of computer crime and cybercrime. List the types of computer criminals. Understand computer system security risks. Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc/What You’ve Learned The lack of complete federal regulations to protect the right to privacy for individuals has resulted in numerous Web sites collecting and accumulating personal information. Computer crime and cybercrime are on the rise, including such/


Advanced Forensic Accounting -ACC 465 UNIT 3 Dr. Doug Letsch I am online waiting for the live session to begin. If you have a general question, please.

Manipulations –artificial control of stock price Insider Trading- use non public information CHAPTER 5 Cybercrime CYBERCRIMECYBERCRIME Criminal activity using computer or network of computers Examples include spamming, theft of /cybercrime http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/cyber/cyber Learn about Internet Fraud and the schemes used from the FBI http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/fraud/internet_fraud Are there any questions? If you attending the live session tonight, then you do NOT need to complete/


Computers Are Your Future

throwaway e-mail addresses in chat rooms and for mailing lists. Tell children not give out personal information. Complete forms only if you see a privacy statement. Turn off cookies Prevent the activity of Web beacons Transparent graphic/ its really coming from another. Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall * Computer Crime and Cybercrime * 07/16/96 The attackers Hackers—computer hobbyists attempting unauthorized access, generally subscribing to an unwritten code of conduct—/


Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall

as Prentice Hall <#> Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Objectives Discuss various types of cybercrime. Differentiate between different types of malware. Explain how to secure a computer. Discuss safe computing practices. Discuss / about these implications before publishing information—once something is out there, you cant guarantee that you can completely remove it. Visualizing Technology Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Copyright © 2014/


Chapter 17 Human Resources Security. The topic of security awareness, training, and education is mentioned prominently in a number of standards and standards-

a target, or a place of criminal activity.” -- From the New York Law School Course on Cybercrime, Cyberterrorism, and Digital Cybercrime, Cyberterrorism, and Digital Law Enforcement Law Enforcement Types of Computer Crime The U.S. Department of Justice/printing or prohibiting further distribution No single DRM standard or architecture Objective is to provide mechanisms for the complete content management life cycle Provide persistent content protection for a variety of digital content types/platforms/media /


Vaciago, CybercrimePage: 1 CLOUD COMPUTING WORKSHOP LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE CLOUD Brussels, March 1, 2012 Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Vaciago.

will be in the same situation as someone who has to complete a jigsaw puzzle, whose pieces are scattered randomly across the globe Page: 10Vaciago, Cybercrime CONCLUSIONS Terrorism and Cyber-terrorism represent a very serious global /, verify and record information that identifies each person who ‘opens, changes or charges’ an existing account. Page: 13Vaciago, Cybercrime The regulations shall, at a minimum, require financial institutions to implement, and customers (after being given adequate notice) to/


14 Technology and Crime.

analyzing evidence and recognizing patterns Combating Cybercrime Threat analysis (risk analysis) a complete and thorough assessment of the kinds of perils facing an organization continued on next slide Combating Cybercrime Once threats are identified, strategies to/ computer crime laws DCS-3000 network “sniffer” focuses on intercepting suspect personal communications delivered via wireless services Cybercrime and Internet Security Information is the lifeblood of the modern age – needs to be moved safely and/


Computers Are Your Future Twelfth Edition Chapter 9: Privacy, Crime, and Security Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall.

as Prentice Hall 2 Objectives Understand how technological developments are eroding privacy and anonymity. List the types of computer crime and cybercrime. List the types of computer criminals. Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall 3 Objectives Understand computer/-mail addresses in chat rooms and for mailing lists. o Tell children not give out personal information. o Complete forms only if you see a privacy statement. o Turn off cookies Prevent the activity of Web beacons o/


Computers Are Your Future Twelfth Edition Chapter 9: Privacy, Crime, and Security Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall.

as Prentice Hall 2 Objectives Understand how technological developments are eroding privacy and anonymity. List the types of computer crime and cybercrime. List the types of computer criminals. Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall 3 Objectives Understand computer/-mail addresses in chat rooms and for mailing lists. o Tell children not give out personal information. o Complete forms only if you see a privacy statement. o Turn off cookies Prevent the activity of Web beacons o/


COMMITTEE ON HEMISPHERIC SECURITY- Special Security Concerns of small island States of the Caribbean Presented by Kerry-Ann Barrett Ministry of National.

Given a period of twenty four months to complete its mandate To develop a coordinated National Cyber Security Strategy and Action Plan To facilitate, guide and ensure the enactment of a national Cybercrime Act To facilitate, guide and ensure the / offences In 2009, TATT produced a drama/discussion programme entitled Cyber Dangers which included participation from the TTPS Cybercrime Unit April-June 2012, MSTTE embarked on nationwide school tour which addressed inter alia, online responsibility and safety/


Cybersecurity @ ITU.

cybersecurity guidelines ECCAS Model Law / CEMAC Directives on Cybersecurity SADC model law on data protection/ e-transactions/cybercrime In-Country Technical Assistance Given the geographical, political and cultural diversity of the region, special attention was /opportunities for public-private cooperation ITU’s National CIRT Programme Assessments conducted for 64 countries Implementation completed for 9 countries Implementation in progress for 6 countries 11 cyber drills conducted with participation of/


2014 Professional Ethics & Conduct Are you a robot?

CPE credits for five years (includes current year)  No CPE requirement for inactive  You must have a certificate of completion for each course Do you take CPE seriously?  Reading the paper  Texting  Checking email  Facebook  Shopping online/-adversaries’ capabilities and the strategic financial, reputational, and regulatory risks they pose. PWC 2013 State of Cybercrime Survey 3. Leaders are unknowingly increasing their digital attack vulnerabilities by adopting social collaboration, expanding the use/


By: Susan B, Hayley C & Randall L. Description Transnational e-crime refers to illegal acts committed with assistance of, or by means of, computers, computer.

vital information in tracing illegal activity stored by ISP’s for billing purposes must be deleted after billing is completed, although EU legislation now stipulates data retention period as being between six months and two years. 6.Victims/Hunt for the New Crime Lords who are Bringing Down the Internet. New York: Public Affairs. 17. Moorer, R. (2011), Cybercrime: Investigating high-technology computer crime. USA, Elsevier. 18.Ogilive. A. (2011) Week one: Crime and Information Technology: introduction [/


Unit 11 Computing and Ethics. Skills focus Listening recognizing the speaker’s stance writing up notes in full Speaking building an argument in a seminar.

Copyright Directive 11.2 Listening E Refer to the model Cornell notes on page 104. 1 Check your answers with the model. 2 Complete the Review and Summary sections of the Cornell notes. ReviewNotes Examples of cybercrime...? (d) Categories of cybercrime, e.g., data crimes theft or modification of data network crimes preventing access or sabotaging access crimes gaining unauthorized access to system/


1. Cyber Access 1. You intend to participate in a youth conference in an outskirt area, There are only FOUR hostels available nearby but with no access.

D. Show them how to locate nearby unsecured wireless network. 10 2. Cyber Literate 11 Sabah needs to complete her class assignment on earthquakes before the end of the month. Which website would you recommend to Sabah /Fatima wants to know about UAE’s Cybercrime Law. Which website offers the most reliable information? A. www.Cybercrime.comwww.Cybercrime.com B. www.Cybercrime.govwww.Cybercrime.gov C. www.Cybercrime.netwww.Cybercrime.net D. www.Cybercrime.orgwww.Cybercrime.org 17 Digital footprint is the /


1 Security, Privacy, and Ethical Issues in Information Systems and the Internet Chapter 9.

money.cnn.com/2002/11/26/pf/saving/q_identity/ http://money.cnn.com/2002/11/26/pf/saving/q_identity/ 8 Recent Cybercrime Headlines 12/4/03: Trojans on the Rise 12/4/03: Trojans on the RiseTrojans on the RiseTrojans on the Rise /Available Friday – Saturday (all minutes inclusive) Available Friday – Saturday (all minutes inclusive) 2 hours to complete once started 2 hours to complete once started Exam scores on Blackboard Exam scores on Blackboard Final grades will be available by Wednesday Final grades will/


Over Achievers Darius Beckford. Spyware (Informational Slide )  Spyware is used for advertisement purposes  Spyware takes away your computer processing.

of cybercrimes. Decide on the type of table (Go to Home>Insert>Layout and use the Content Layout Slide) you are using then select the number of columns and 6 rows. Type in numbers. Hyperlink numbers after you finish completing all / criminals.  C. More Internet Users. C. More Internet Users.  D. All of the above. D. All of the above. Cybercrime for 500  Who does Cybercrime affect  A. Everyone A. Everyone  B. Everyone who uses computers and the internet. B. Everyone who uses computers and the internet./


2014 Professional Ethics & Conduct

for five years (includes current year) No CPE requirement for inactive You must have a certificate of completion for each course NCACPA keeps a record of all CPE that you participate in through them Records must / their cyber-adversaries’ capabilities and the strategic financial, reputational, and regulatory risks they pose. PWC 2013 State of Cybercrime Survey Leaders are unknowingly increasing their digital attack vulnerabilities by adopting social collaboration, expanding the use of mobile devices, /


Lecture 22 Legal and Ethical Aspects

to control the distribution and use of content. In general, the objective is to provide mechanisms for the complete content management lifecycle (creation, subsequent contribution by others, access, distribution, use), including the management of rights/that The Rules will influence future versions of codes of ethics by computer-related professional organizations. Summary Cybercrime and computer crime Types of computer crime Law enforcement challenges Working with law enforcement Intellectual property Types /


MANAGEMENT & LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF eCOMMERCE Defamation on the Internet “Defamation”, Arts Law Centre [Online: Accessed 4th February 2004 URL:

against property  Crimes against the administration of justice  Crimes against the State MANAGEMENT & LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF eCOMMERCE Preparing for Cybercrime  Most criminal law is generic  Procedural law differs widely  Cybercrime can involve  Using a new means to effect a traditional crime  A completely new type of offending  A survey of 52 countries found that 33 had yet to update their laws to address/


 Contemporary issues: Cyberspace By Toby and Michael.

and Media Authority (ACMA). This act also amended other statuaries that allow for the enforcement against spam. Law Reform:  Cybercrimes are new to the legal system and is continuously changing and so the law is also required to do so, to/released from computers; and banning some security software which allowed for complete anonymity, which contradicts some of the common law decisions made in the courts.  Some laws such as the Cybercrime Legislation Amendment Act 2012 (Cth) have been introduced to allow /


Sam Kamanga Cyber Security and Computer Forensics Consultant CYBER SECURITY IN THE SOCIAL NETWORKING ERA IN TANZANIA.

Testing out some scripts Bring-down competition Political agenda Identify weaknesses in systems for educational reasons Copyright Sam Kamanga 2012 Cybercrime  Cyber attacks generally refer to criminal activity conducted via the internet  The attacks can include stealing an organization’s/ becomes more and more of a widely used source of communication. It has become so popular that it is completely changing the way people view and respond to society, and opening up new ways for people to interact with each/


ITU activities on Cyber security

ITU assists Member States to develop National Cybersecurity Strategies and to adapt their legislations to effectively address cybercrimes Understanding Cybercrime: Phenomena, challenges and legal response - an ITU publication       Within the framework of the European /BDT has undertaken activities aimed at facilitating the harmonization of cybersecurity-related legislation at the regional level. Completed in September 2013, the three sub-projects covered around 60 countries in the ACP regions. As /


2013 Professional Ethics and Conduct TWO HOURS CPE.

checks clearing from your corporate account. Verify that a vendor is legitimate before providing any completed credit application or other corporate information. Cybercrime: Criminal activity done using computers and the Internet. Downloading illegal music Stealing millions of dollars/don’t have or are not aware of having the in-house capability to prevent and detect cybercrime pwc 2011 Effective Cybercrime Training pwc 2011 Create an Ethical Culture in your Organization “Tone at the Top” 137137 Communicate/


CSCD 303 Essential Computer Security Fall 2010 Lecture 3 - Hackers and Attackers Reading: Chapters 3, 7, 16.

they could shut down the entire Internet in 30 minutes – 2000, L0pht Heavy Industries merged with startup @stake, completing L0phts slow transition from an underground organization into a "whitehat" computer security company Symantec bought @stake in 2004 –/we include cyber stalking –May be other motivation such as malice against a company or government agency Cybercrime Exploit Users Through Social Network Sites http://www.bmighty.com/security/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=208402877 Unsuspecting individuals /


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Deadly Sins 5. Disorder – information placed in the cloud is not classified correctly, stored appropriately or destroyed completely. For highly regulated industries, like finance and pharmaceuticals, this lack of formalized access control procedures could be /Fake websites, Spam, Malicious mobile software. Getting in is often easy, Getting out…Not so Much! “State-sponsored cybercrime is now taking place on an industrial scale“ Sir Johnathan Evans – MI5 Mitigation Many attacks are “Professionally” Delivered/


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