cybercrime

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cybercrime

Crimes perpetrated over the Internet, typically having to do with online fraud. See cybercrook and cyberextortion.
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In a written reply, Interior minister said an effective strategy being followed to control cyber crimes in the country.
National Response Centre for Cyber Crimes (NR3C) arranged these trainings on digital forensic comprehension for interpreting forensic reports, evidence extraction methods and laws application to judicial community.
If the perpetrator of a money laundering offence makes use of information technology to commit the crime, however, Article 37 of the Cyber Crimes Law be applicable.
Al Hajri said the campaign is part of the strategic objectives of the Dubai Police to reduce and prevent cyber crimes.
Cyber crimes not only affect individuals worldwide but also corporations and countries with its complex and high tech nature and accessibility through internet.
Cyber crimes are defined as offenses that take advantage of the speed, ease, widespread availability and secrecy information technologies have to offer.
Police uses this method to gather information or intelligence to address security challenges mostly, and gather enough evidence and leads, Al Shemmari said on the sidelines of the third International Cyber Crimes Conference, yesterday.
The European Commission is set to put the screws on cyber criminals by enhancing exchange of information and strengthening collaboration between member states' cyber crime units.
National Response Centre for Cyber Crimes arranged these trainings on digital forensic comprehension for interpreting forensic reports, evidence extraction methods and laws application to judicial community.
The Article of the Cyber Crimes Law that seems most applicable to the described facts is Article 20 which makes it a criminal offence to insult a third party using an Information Network or an Information Technology Tool.
Other cyber crimes include banking fraud, hacking bank accounts and stealing credit card numbers.
According to the Ministry here on Monday, a special unit - National Response Centre for Cyber Crimes (NRCCC) under Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) is already established to counter cyber crimes in the country.