Cybercrime: An Emerging Global Challenge for the States
With an ever-increasing use of the internet and technology, cyber crimes have become a crucial global concern. Cybercrimes refer to all the illegal activities carried out using technology. It is buying and selling of malware, and individuals’ personal information illegally. This research focuses on different types of cybercrimes, such as hacking, cyber pornography, and cyber terrorism, etc. Cybercrime not only affects personal, business information, and Intellectual property but also damages reputation. According to the CSIS report, 2,299,682 cases of cybercrime are reported in 2020 and as a result of financial embezzlement carried out on the internet, individuals and the government had lost more than 1 trillion dollars per year around the world. Cybercrime has a direct and significant impact on jobs, innovation, economic growth, and investment. This paper strives to find out the causes of cyber perpetration and also suggest measures for its control. Cybercrime can be controlled by implementing digital and physical security methods, maintaining asset lists, patches, and updates, etc. This paper suggests a system of administrative regulations backed by criminal penalties that will provide the reason necessary to create a workable deterrent to cybercrime.
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