STRATEGIES AND INITIATIVES OF CONTROL CYBER CRIME (2020)
ABHAY GOYAL JCR. 2020: 1801-1812
Hackers in the cybercrime industry utilize the internet and computer technologies to steal sensitive information from businesses, governments, and individuals. Hackers are the cyber criminals who engage in these acts. Approaches to avoid conflict and tools for engaging in combat, supported by unified troops. Initiatives for the prevention and detection of cybercrime and development of a cybercrime strategy among the enormous number of crimes that plague humanity, cybercrime is the most recent addition. Newline as crimes committed online know no national borders and may have far-reaching consequences, the emergence of cyber law was inevitable. That's why a legislation specifically addressing the prevention of cybercrime is so crucial. Newline the term "cybercrime" is used to refer to any illegal activity that takes place using electronic means of communication, including but not limited to personal computers, tablets, smartphones, the world wide web, and cyberspace. However, these crimes are accessible even to folks who have little to no experience with technology.
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