5 DSP-Mahfuz-Majid-Cybercrime-Malaysia

5 DSP-Mahfuz-Majid-Cybercrime-Malaysia - Cybercrime...

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Cybercrime : Malaysia By DSP MahfuzBin Dato’ Ab. Majid Royal Malaysia Police
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ICT Development The ICT development within this region has been rapid since more than 3 decades ago. With the launching of the MSC in 1996, these cyber related development has transformed Malaysia into a regional ICT hub. Government and commercial portals offering everything from administrative information, interactive and online communications besides financial transactions have sprung up to cater to almost very need. Following closely behind rapid ICT developments are related risks that have emerged and evolved in almost all aspects of life posing a real threat to country’s well-being.
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These cyber-related risks have posed serious challenges to any government and in particular to the law enforcement agency in keeping law and order. Rapid and in some cases, uncontrolled ICT development have created challenges in the form of loopholes in current laws, economic development, political stability and social/ racial well-being. The new millennium law enforcement agency is now faced with the task of enforcing law in cyberspace that transcends borders and raises issues of jurisdiction.
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CYBERCRIME Cybercrime has surpassed drug trafficking as the most lucrative crime. Almost anybody who is an active computer/ online user would have been a cybercrime victim, and in most cases too its perpetrators. The younger generation are the most vurnerable. Use of technology to cheat, harass, disseminate false information.
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  • Fall '16
  • janet rodriguez
  • Spanish, Computer crime, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission

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