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Cybercrime

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Transcript of Cybercrime

Introduction
Definition
Profile of Cyber criminal
Purpose
Types of Cybercrime
Classification
Some facts about Cybercrime
Cost of Cybercrime
Conclusion
References

Contents
Definition
Cyber = Characteristic of the culture of computers, information technology and virtual reality.



Crime = Illegal activities.
Definition (Continued)
Computer crime, or Cybercrime is a criminal activity done using computers and the Internet.

It includes from downloading illegal music files to stealing money from bank accounts.
Introduction
Why Cybercrime ?


Because:

1. Everybody uses computers.

2. The most important thing is that financial transactions are carried out on the internet.

By: Ahmad Ramin
Cybercrime
16 May 2014

Profile of Cyber criminal
Individual who commits cybercrime by
use of computers as a tool, target or both could be:

Disgruntled employees
Teenagers
Professional hackers
Business rival
Purpose
Influencing the functioning of a system
General mischief
Become famous
Financial gain
Revenge
Protest

Victims can be:

Gullible
Greedy people
Unlucky people
Unskilled and inexperienced people
Types of Cybercrime
Hacking
Trojan Attacks
Virus/Worm attacks
Email related crimes
Danial of Service
Classification
Against Individual
Against Property
Against Society
Against Organization
Some facts about Cybercrime
18 year old student arrested for hacking school computers to change grades.
Continued...
Travel documents of NATO forces in Afghanistan compromised in 2011.
Hackers can mess with traffic lights to jam roads and reroute cars.
Continued...
% employees who leave a company steal data on the way out. Using this information to leverage a new job.
Cost of Cybercrime
According to a recent Ponemon Institute Study the median annual cost of cybercrime is 3.8 $ million per organization.
1 Organization had cost up to 52$ million
The average malicious insider attack took up 42 days to resolve. cost = 18000$ per day
Conclusion
Internet users think there are no laws that cover online activity. But they are wrong,
Cyberlaw
discuss such issues.
it depends on regulation of a country.
Cybercrime will not be restricted completely, In fact , cybercriminals will continue developing and upgrading to be one step ahead of law.
So, we should try to keep our systems protected using Cybersecurity, which discuss about how to avoid cybercrime?
References
http://www.hpenterprisesecurity.com/ponemon-study-2013 visited on 15 May 2014
https://www.wiredsafety.org/subjects/law.php visited on 15 May 2014
http://www.wired.com/2014/04/traffic-lights-hacking/ Visited on 14 May 2014
http://thehackernews.com/2014/05/18-year-old-student-arrested-for.html Visited on 14 May 2014
http://www.slideshare.net/faridahusin/assignment-of-cyber-crimes-for-oumh1203 visited on 15 May 2014
Thank You
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