CyberCrime Final Paper - 1 Sarah Zeidan Dr. Robertellio...

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1Sarah ZeidanDr. RobertellioCRIM 340November 25, 2014Cyberspace reaches approximately each individual’s daily life worldwide. It has nowexpanded and advanced more than it ever had in human history. It's the linkage and the wirelesssignal, local grid in schools, hospitals, businesses, and the massive networks that power ournation and connects us to one another without having to be present.Although it has itsadvantages, like everything it has its flaws. As cyber-technology progressed so did cybercrime.An aspect in cybercrime, which needs the most improvement regarding how the U.S.Government actually regulates or deals with this subject matter, is homeland or nationalcybersecurity. The National Security Act was established in 1947 authorizing a majorrestructuring of the external policy and military institutions of the American Government. Itcreated many establishments including expressing and applying foreign policy, as well as theNational Security Council (NSC) which the Presidents found useful.“In Cole v. Young, 351 U.S.536 (U.S. 1956), the court observed that the term ‘national security’ in the Summary SuspensionAct (64 Stat 476), authorizing the heads of specified federal agencies to summarily dismissfederal employees upon a determination that dismissal is necessary or advisable in the interest ofthe "national security," is used in a definite and limited sense and relates only to those activitieswhich are directly concerned with the nation's safety, as distinguished from the general welfare”(Unknown). National security is the term defining national and/ or countrywide defense andforeign relations of the United States. National security involves economic, environmental,
2financial, energy, military, political securities and the security of natural resources. It’s the existsand protection of America from attacks and dangerous acts and/or activities; as a result of amilitary and defense advantages over any foreign nation, group, relation, position capable ofsuccessfully protesting or destroying actions with armed forces and guarding governmentalsecrets. National cybersecurity is basically the same definition with, nationwide security thatensures every American their right to protection and foreign relations to the resources they needto stay safe and secure in cyberspace and/or online.The World Wide Web along with its high-technology has been evolving for years and hasbecome a more massive source for cyber threats including towards the government, which posesone of the most serious national security endangerments and critical issues within the United

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Term
Spring
Professor
Dr.Robertiello
Tags
National security, national security Council, National Security Agency

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