Cybercrime: Impact and Responses to Cyber Threats
United States. Government Accountability Office
Nova Science Publishers, 2008 - Law - 75 pages
The authors' objectives were to (1) determine the impact of cybercrime on our nation's economy and security; (2) describe key federal entities, as well as non-federal and private sector entities, responsible for addressing cybercrime; and (3) determine challenges being faced in addressing cybercrime. To accomplish these objectives, the authors analysed multiple reports, studies, and surveys and held interviews with public and private officials.This is an edited and excerpted version.
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Cybercrime Has Significant Economic Impacts
Numerous Public and Private Organizations
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