“Computer Crime Is Widespread Which Can Be Mainly Attributed To The Overload of Information on the Internet”
La Rose Brown
Introduction to Computer
September 12, 201
Computer crime is indeed widespread and can be mainly attributed to the overload of information on the internet. Computer crime can be described as any violations of criminal law that involve knowledge of computer technology for their perpetration or criminal acts, committed with a computer. Some examples of Computer crimes are: Identity theft, unauthorized access or modification of program writing or spreading computer viruses or worm, making and digitally distributing child pornography, Industrial espionage by means of access to or theft of computer material, fraud, Internet stalking, cyber terrorism and many more. Even though the Internet has transformed business computing and communications, it has also given rise to unprecedented computer security threats and mainly because of the information that can be gathered off the internet by the violators. The Internet is used for a highway storage capacity and people around the world are highly dependent on storing information on the internet and for sharing or transferring information from one place or point to another. Attack on Businesses Some organizations transfer information between themselves, example Government entities and small businesses, like Colleges, Schools etc. They store Information for learning purposes, like: video, voice, images etc. Most of those Entities / Organizations are not properly secured, which makes their Computer system...
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