CYBER CRIME: CHALLENGES, ISSUES, RECOMMENDATION AND SUGGESTION IN INDIAN CONTEXT
P. K. Paul;
P. S. Aithal
Information Technology is one of the important general purpose Technologies in today’s age for several reasons. Today it is used in almost all the organizations, institutions, and people. The advancement of IT brings so many facilities to us; but also brings so many problems and challenges too and out of which Cyber Crime is a kind of offence which deals with the cyber world which includes computer security, information security, and mobile security too. The increasing number of crimes in the field of Information Technology brings a big attraction to Cyber Crime to everyone. Cyber Crime is an important and valuable illegal activity nowadays. Initially internet and email are treated as the main tools of crime; however, over the time the number of weapons, tools, and happenings are increasing in this field. This paper discusses about Cyber Crime including nature, characteristics, and issues.
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