International Cybercrimes, the Electronic Financial Transactions Authentication Systems and Serious Cyberpunk Fraud with an International Criminal Laws Appeals from the US, UK, India Contextualizing within Ghanaian Criminal and Cyber-laws and Regulations

  • George Benneh Mensah
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  • George Benneh Mensah

    Principal Consultant at E-Group Research Consulting Ghana Limited, Ghana

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International cybercrimes have become a pressing issue in today's digital age. With the increasing reliance on electronic financial transactions, it is crucial to ensure the security and authentication of these systems. Furthermore, serious cyberpunk fraud has emerged as a major threat, necessitating the need for international criminal laws to address this issue. The United States, United Kingdom, and India have taken significant steps in combating cybercrimes through their respective legal frameworks. These countries have recognized the importance of international cooperation in dealing with this global problem. However, it is essential to contextualize these efforts within Ghanaian criminal and cyber-law regulations. Ghana is not immune to the challenges posed by cybercrimes. The country has witnessed an increase in online fraud cases and financial scams. To effectively combat these crimes, Ghana must align its legal framework with international standards. By adopting international criminal laws appeals from countries like the US, UK, and India, Ghana can strengthen its cybersecurity measures. This would involve implementing robust authentication systems for electronic financial transactions to protect individuals' sensitive information. Additionally, Ghana should establish strong partnerships with other nations to facilitate information sharing and collaboration in investigating cybercrimes. This would enable swift action against criminals operating across borders. In conclusion, international cybercrimes pose a significant threat that requires immediate attention. By contextualizing efforts within Ghanaian criminal and cyber-law regulations while drawing inspiration from successful models like those of the US, UK, and India, we can effectively combat this menace. It is imperative that all stakeholders work together to create a secure digital environment for individuals and businesses alike.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 5, Page 2216 - 2251


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