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Computer Crimes. Chapter 9. Definition. Illegal act that involves a computer system or computer-related system Telephone, microwave, satellite telecommunications system That connect one or more computers or computer-related systems. Three Categories. Natural or inadvertent attack

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definition
Definition
  • Illegal act that involves a computer system or computer-related system
    • Telephone, microwave, satellite telecommunications system
  • That connect one or more computers or computer-related systems
three categories
Three Categories
  • Natural or inadvertent attack
  • Human blunders, errors and omissions
  • Intentional trheats
two types of attacks
Two Types of Attacks
  • Penetration
    • Insider threats
    • Hackers
    • Criminal Groups
    • Hactivism
  • Denial of Service Attacks
    • Inside
    • Outside
motivation of attacks
Motivation of Attacks
  • Business and Industrial Espionage
  • Joke/Hoax
  • Political Activism
  • Political and Military Espionage
  • Terrorism/Extortion
  • Vendetta
questions
Questions

Are we prepared for a cyber attack?

What are the consequences?

congressional hearing
Congressional Hearing

Intelligence and Security in Cyberspace

Comparison make of the efforts of the government to a “toddler soccer game were everyone just runs around trying to kick the ball somewhere

reasons for no information
Reasons for No Information
  • Lack of reporting requirements
  • Public sector – fear of market reaction to news
  • Lack of enforcement of existing reporting mechanisms
  • Detection of insider attacks
  • Lack of security agencies or trained security agencies
reason for growth in cyber crimes
Reason for Growth in Cyber Crimes
  • Rapid technology growth
  • Easy availability of hacker tools
  • Anonymity
  • Cut-and-past programming technology
  • Communication speed
  • High degree of internetworking
  • Increasing dependency on computers
how much does it cost who knows
How Much Does It Cost?Who Knows?
  • Difficult to quantify the number of attacks
  • No baseline
  • Not reporting insider attacks
  • Lack of cooperation between emergency and computer crime reporting centers

Continued

how much does it cost who knows1
How Much Does It Cost?Who Knows?
  • Unpredictable types of attacks
  • Virus mutation
  • Not enough trained system administrators
  • Primitive monitoring technology
social and ethical consequences
Social and Ethical Consequences
  • Psychological effects – hate and bigotry
  • Acceptance of the norm and resulting moral decay
  • Loss of privacy
  • Trust
  • Others?