Evolution of Cyber Crime: Emerging Global Challenges

  • Nitin Vashishth
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  • Nitin Vashishth

    Law Practitioner in India

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When man first created the computer, he never would have imagined that the cyberspace he was building would become a hotbed of what is now known as cyber-crime. The requirement for internet connectivity has made it possible for cybercriminals to commit crimes more frequently and at a faster rate because they are no longer required to be physically present. Where as cybersecurity is essential to the information technology industry. One of the main problems of the modern world is securing and protecting information. On the one hand, the internet makes communication easier, but on the other, some people or groups abuse its power for illegal activities. The notion of cybercrime, some specific forms of prevalent cybercrimes that are occurring prominently, issues facing cyber security on the newest technology, and a study of the individuals engaged and their motivations are the primary topics of this paper. Additionally, it focuses on the trends reshaping cyber security and offers suggestions to assist in curbing the rising number of cybercrimes and illegal cyber activity.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 315 - 324

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.116726

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