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Annotated bibliography on cyber crime Abstract The cases of people being victimized through internet have become rampant as the perpetuators of these activities have come up with more effective ways of remaining anonymous. As more personalized information is being stored on internet-worked computers, even the frequent and non-user are at danger. Due to the introduction of Internet, people have come up with ways to pervade it. As the Information and Communication sector develops, the cyber criminals are also developing ways of keeping the pace with the new security measures. The other concern of cyberspace research has been legal challenges for cyberspace criminal activities. Cybercrime can involve a multinational gang whose countries have different policies and legal stand on crimes. Depending with the stands and the rules of these different countries, a group of people can be so disturbing to start conducting cybercrimes. Since the internet is soon becoming one of the many necessity a person can’t stay without, the criminals are advancing there sector also to keep up with ever changing technology. The criminals will find every loop hole to sneak to your private information that has been stored in your PC or even in cloud storage as long the storage is connected to the internet. This paper’s purpose is to point out some of the work done on the topics named above. BIBLIOGRAPHY Jang, Y. J., Lim, B. Y. (2011). New Challenges of Cybercrime: Harmonization among National Cyber Security and Cybercrime Response Organizations . Bibtex.
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Annotated bibliography on cyber crime This is a research paper. The paper devout to highlight challenges that cybercrime has given arise to. The author address the challenges by providing a case study on response to major security incidents proceeded by nationwide debates and tremendous organizational changes in Korea. The research further indicates that increase in number of cybercrime can be measured via defining what is cybercrime and standard measures of the same. He also includes multinational nature of the crime as another challenge. The work categorizes approaches to cybercrime at security and law enforcement point of view. With the former tending to focuses on deterrence and prevention and the later focuses on investigation and attribution. Since there exists no fully developed international norm regarding cybercrime the four cyber-attacks (cyberwar, cyber terrorism, cybercrime and economic espionage) as per the author he is reluctant to recommend distinguishing the type of legislation. The South Korea case study he talks of the three frameworks as barrier to combating cybercrime. The problems highlighted from the South Korea case study are four. The study is relevant as it is illustrative with a case study.
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