Cybercrime A Clear And Present Danger The Ceo S Guide To Cyber Security

Author: Roger Smith
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291772405
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Is Your Information Easy to Steal? Every business has something it needs to protect. Whether it's top-secret IP, an exclusive client list, or a secure payment portal, your data is what sets you apart from the competition. But most businesses aren't doing a very good job of protecting what's theirs. The digital world is changing fast-and cybercrime is changing with it. Whether it's a 12-year-old "script kiddie" crippling your website with denial-of-service attacks, or a master hacker targeting a project leader with phishing e-mails, the bad guys have dozens of clever and creative ways to take your assets. Sooner or later, you will come under attack. The future of your organisation depends on making your information hard to steal. But most business owners don't know where to start. This book is the answer.

Intermedia

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Cybercrime Security

Author: Alan E. Brill
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Policing Cyberspace

Author: Johnny Nhan
Editor: Lfb Scholarly Pub Llc
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"Nhan studies the policing of cybercrime in California. First-hand data is drawn from front-line "cybercops" (California's network of high-tech crimes task forces), the MPAA and motion picture studios, and high-tech companies, to explore structural, cultural, and various criminal justice issues in policing cyberspace. This research applies a nodal governance theoretical framework to map and assess social networks using the different actors involved in fighting cybercrime. Initial findings suggest collaborative security efforts are marred by inter-organizational frictions. Moreover, this security alliance must deal with digital media pirates, hostile hackers, and an unsympathetic public."--Back cover.

Department Of Defense Appropriations For 2011

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Department of Defense
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Shipping list no.: 2011-0266-P (pt. 1, 2, 3), 2011-0358-P (pt. 4).

Criminal Law And Procedure

Author: Stephanie A. Jirard
Editor: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 154432748X
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Written by a former federal prosecutor and public defender, Criminal Law and Procedure: A Courtroom Approach introduces students to the essentials of criminal law and procedure by illuminating the legal issues justice professionals face before, during, and after a criminal trial. Through the examination of statutes, edited case excerpts, and recent constitutional interpretation of black letter law, the text bridges the gap between learning criminal procedure and applying criminal law. Drawing from author Stephanie A. Jirard’s vast experience in both the courtroom and the classroom, Criminal Law and Procedure gets students to think critically about real-world issues and practice applying the law in a just and meaningful way. Accessible and engaging, this text presents criminal law and procedure as an exciting opportunity to have a direct, positive impact on our communities and the criminal justice system. Key Features: "Making the Courtroom Connection" boxes help students apply the legal concepts they learn to real-life issues facing law enforcement, the court system, and correctional institutions today. Edited case excerpts connect criminal law and procedure with current case material on relevant topics so students can see the impact of judicial decision making. "Applying the Law to the Facts" boxes engage students’ critical thinking skills and enhance their logical problem-solving abilities by providing opportunities to apply the rule of law to different scenarios. "Springboard for Discussion" prompts spark conversations and invite students to contrast the moral, ethical, and legal implications of criminal law and procedure in a larger context. Problem-solving exercises at the end of each chapter provide students with opportunities to test themselves on the material before a formal assessment. Active Learning Exercises in the Instructor’s Manual enable professors to offer additional opportunities for experiential learning. Give your students the SAGE edge! SAGE edge offers a robust online environment featuring an impressive array of free tools and resources for review, study, and further exploration, keeping both instructors and students on the cutting edge of teaching and learning. Learn more at edge.sagepub.com/jirard.

Cybercrime And Society

Author: Majid Yar
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1526481650
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The Third Edition of Cybercrime and Society provides readers with expert analysis on the most important cybercrime issues affecting modern society. The book has undergone extensive updates and expands on the topics addressed in the 2013 edition, with updated analysis and contemporary case studies on subjects such as: computer hacking, cyberterrorism, hate speech, internet pornography, child sex abuse, and policing the internet. New author Kevin Steinmetz brings further expertise to the book, including an in-depth insight into computer hacking. The third edition also includes two new chapters: “Researching and Theorizing Cybercrime” explains how criminological theories have been applied to various cybercrime issues, and also highlights the challenges facing the academic study of cybercrime. “Looking toward the Future of Cybercrime” examines the implications for future cybercrimes, including biological implants, cloud-computing, state-sponsored hacking and propaganda, and the effects online regulation would have on civil liberties. The book is supported by online resources for lecturers and students, including: Lecturer slides, Multiple-choice questions, web links, Podcasts, and exclusive SAGE Videos. Suitable reading for undergraduates and postgraduates studying cybercrime and cybersecurity.

Cyberspace Cybersecurity And Cybercrime

Author: Janine Kremling
Editor: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1506392253
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Presented from a criminal justice perspective, Cyberspace, Cybersecurity, and Cybercrime introduces students to the interdisciplinary field of cybercrime by exploring the theoretical, practical, and legal framework it operates under, along with strategies to combat it. Authors Janine Kremling and Amanda M. Sharp Parker provide a straightforward overview of cybercrime, cyberthreats, and the vulnerabilities individuals, businesses, and governments face everyday in a digital environment. Highlighting the latest empirical research findings and challenges that cybercrime and cybersecurity pose for those working in the field of criminal justice, this book exposes critical issues related to privacy, terrorism, hacktivism, the dark web, and much more. Focusing on the past, present, and future impact of cybercrime and cybersecurity, it details how criminal justice professionals can be prepared to confront the changing nature of cybercrime.

Criminal Justice

Author: Phyllis B. Gerstenfeld
Editor: Salem PressInc
ISBN: 9781587652219
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Contains 625 alphabetically arranged entries that examine various aspects of criminal justice in the U.S., covering criminals, codes and categories of law, law enforcement agencies, courts, corrections, the U.S. Constitution, and Supreme Court rulings. Includes a time line, personages and subject indexes, and other reference materials.

Current Perspectives

Author: Roger LeRoy Miller
Editor: Wadsworth Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780495007227
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CURRENT PERSPECTIVES: READINGS FROM INFOTRAC COLLEGE EDITION: CYBER CRIME includes nineteen articles on cyber crime covering a range of topics from online terrorism to intellectual property rights giving students a comprehensive introduction to cyber crime. The articles were carefully chosen to complement CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN ACTION: THE CORE by the author, Roger L. Miller. Along with the reader, students are given access to InfoTrac® College Edition and can create their own online reader in InfoTrac® using InfoMarks.

Issues In Cyberspace

Author: Jan Samoriski
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
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"This book explores the problems facing society in the rapidly changing online environment, including the technical, social, and legal factors shaping the Internet today." Issues in Cyberspace provides an overview of the evolution of the Internet, the media interests that are driving its development, and the boundaries that are being established for online behavior in a variety of contexts. Issues discussed throughout the book include the influence of concentrated ownership, the First Amendment, commercialism, spam, privacy, encryption, hacking, copyright, libel, hate speech, indecency, obscenity, education, and global implications." Designed for those interested in Internet Studies as well as Communication Law and Policy studies.

Study Guide The Challenge Of Democracy Seventh Edition

Author: Haroon ar Rashid Khan
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Current Law Index

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Journal Of Information Science

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Principles & practice.

Cybercrime Cyberterrorism Cyberwarfare

Author: William Webster
Editor: Center for Strategic & International studies
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The Scope Of Tolerance

Author: Raphael Cohen-Almagor
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134247346
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One of the dangers in any political system is that the principles that underlie and characterize it may, through their application, bring about its destruction. Liberal democracy is no exception. Moreover, because democracy is relatively a young phenomenon, it lacks experience in dealing with pitfalls involved in the working of the system - the ‘catch’ of democracy. This is an interdisciplinary study concerned with the limits of tolerance, this ‘democratic catch’, and the costs of freedom of expression. Rights are costly, and someone must pay for them. We can and should ask about the justification for bearing the costs, weighing them against the harms inflicted upon society as a result of a wide scope of tolerance. While recognizing that we have the need to express ourselves, we should also inquire about the justifications for tolerating the damaging speech and whether these are weighty enough. This book combines theory and practice, examining issues of contention from philosophical, legal and media perspectives and covers such issues as: media invasion into one’s privacy offensive speech incitement hate speech holocaust denial media coverage of terrorism. This book is essential reading for anyone who has research interests in political theory, extremism, and free speech.

Canadian Periodical Index

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Handbook Of Terrorism And Counter Terrorism Post 9 11

Author: David Martin Jones
Editor: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 178643802X
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Almost two decades after the events of 9/11, this Handbook offers a comprehensive insight into the evolution and development of terrorism and insurgency since then. Gathering contributions from a broad range of perspectives, it both identifies new technological developments in terrorism and insurgency, and addresses the distinct state responses to the threat of political, or religiously motivated violence; not only in the Middle East and Europe, but also in Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and North and South America.

Aspects Of Regulating Freedom Of Expression On The Internet

Author: Dragoş Cucereanu
Editor: School of Human Rights Research
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This research examines the determining criteria for regulation of freedom of expression exercised on the internet, allowing a "fair balance" between that freedom and other competing interests. The book will benefit lawyers and courts which have to deal with an increasing number of cases involving online speech. It will also assist legislators when they consider adopting or amending legislation regulating online speech, potentially preventing the adoption of legislation contrary to Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Internet service and content providers will be interested in the section dealing with the distribution of liabilities amongst participants to online communication. The book develops methods of analyzing the specific effect the internet may have on freedom of expression and on its regulation, and provides examples of criteria identified through those methods in selected areas such as hate speech, defamation, or adult speech. It identifies general principles of freedom of expression which are less likely to change with time and technology, and considers how they can be transposed to the online reality. For instance, the general principle that minors are to be protected from adult material has found various specific incarnations in rules, such as demanding an identification document in a shop or a cinema or a late-hour broadcast rule for TV and radio, based on the presumption that unaccompanied minors are unlikely to be exposed. Neither of these is readily available on the internet (there is no "late hour" in this always-on medium), and so the principle had to find another expression aimed at age identification, such as the use of credit card numbers. The book analyzes the reasons for the lack of a global comprehensive approach to cyberspeech regulation and concludes that the main obstacle is not grounded in any features of the internet, but rather in the absence of a universal agreement on the substantive rules to regulate online speech. Pending such an agreement, domestic authorities and regional organizations will still deal with the issue, with the methods proposed here being of assistance.

World Of Criminal Justice

Author: Shirelle Phelps
Editor: Gale Cengage
ISBN: 9780787650735
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Welcome to the World of Criminal Justice. The individual entries in this ready-reference source explain in concise, detailed, and jargon-free language some of the most important topics, theories, discoveries, concepts, and organizations in criminal justice. Brief biographical profiles of the people who have made a significant and lasting impact on the field of criminal justice and society in general are also included. More than 320 photographs, statistical charts, and graphs aid the reader in understanding the topics and people covered in the reference work.