Cyber Crime examines a new and terrifying dimension of the Electronic Age, where crime is flourishing without the restrictions of national boundaries. This is a global phenomenon that leaves police struggling to catch up. Cyber Crime explores how the new and fascinating culture of the Internet has led young people to idolize computer hackers and commit criminal acts. The book examines the motivation of virus writers, and looks at the way organized crime is reinventing itself to exploit the "global village." The book also looks at the first tentative steps towards the creation of a global police force to combat this new form of crime.
Table of Contents
|The Community Of Cyberspace||9|
|The Threat Inside||37|
|Business Under Attack||51|
|Law Enforcement and Security||77|