Cybercrime & Security, Volumes 1-3
Alan E. Brill, Fletcher N. Baldwin, Robert John Munro
Oceana Publications, 1998 - Computers
In the rapidly-evolving world of the Internet, the law races to keep apace with new developments in technology and technology-based crimes. To stay on the cutting edge of these forceful new trends, Cybercrime and Security now includes substantial releases that have updated the set and widenedits coverage - with more full coverage, issue coverage from various jurisdictions and English- language legislation and translations of legislation on the way. This looseleaf set is edited by Pauline Reich, an American lawyer and professor at Waseda University School Of Law in Tokyo, Japan, hailedby the Japan Times as "A pioneer in the field of Cybercrime." It provides detailed coverage of a full range of issues ? including attacks on computers, electronic evidence, advance fee fraud, and critical information infrastructure protection. It includes sections on national legislation withcommentaries, regional approaches, and industry case studies. From country to country, the level of security, policing, and prosecution varies widely. And in increasing numbers, practitioners, policy makers, law enforcement and national security officials, legislators and industry leaders arelooking outside their own jurisdictions for examples to consider as they address the challenges and shape the legislation in their own countries. Expert attorneys, judges, police, Cybersecurity professionals, government officials, consulting firms, cybercrime experts, business leaders, andacademics around the world provide commentary and advice that make this set an unbeatable resource for anyone who wants to protect a communications infrastructure from cyber-criminals.
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