Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism, 5th edition
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Hallmark features of this title
Non-technical overview of theories and offenders
- White-collar offenses, identity theft, exploitation and dissemination of extremist ideologies are among the types of cyber crimes, cyber terrorism and information warfare explored.
- Cyber criminals and their motivations, from hackers to sophisticated cybercriminal organizations, are assessed based on criminological theories.
- A conversational tone conveys complex technical issues as understandable concepts.
Legal and policy implications
- Coverage of laws and legislation related to evidence and prosecution of cyber crime draws on federal statutes and U.S. Supreme Court cases.
- Policy implications, cited at the end of the text, point to the need for transparency in cyber crime investigations, particularly internationally.
Published by Pearson (August 1st 2023) - Copyright © 2024
Subject: Criminal Justice
Category: Computer Crime
Table of contents
SECTION 1: THE ETIOLOGY OF CYBER CRIME AND CYBER TERRORISM
- Introduction and Overview of Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism
- Cyber Terrorism and Information Warfare
- The Criminology of Computer Crime
- Sophisticated Cyber Criminal Organizations
SECTION II: CYBER CRIME: TYPES, NATURE, AND EXTENT
- White-Collar Crimes
- Viruses and Malicious Code
- Sex Crimes, Victimization, and Obscenity on the World Wide Web
- Anarchy and Hate on the World Wide Web
SECTION III: CONTROLLING CYBER CRIME: LEGISLATION, LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND INVESTIGATION
- Digital Laws and Legislation
- Law Enforcement Roles and Responses
- The Investigation of Computer-Related Crime
- Digital Forensics
SECTION IV: THE FUTURE OF CYBER CRIME AND CYBER TERRORISM: PREVENTION AND TRENDS
- Information Security and Infrastructure Protection
- Cyber Crime and Terrorism: A Forecast of Trends and Policy Implications
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