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Cybercrime : Malaysia
Cybercrime : Malaysia. By DSP Mahfuz Bin Dato’ Ab. • Cybercrime has surpassed drug trafficking as the most lucrative crime. • Almost anybody who is an active computer/ online user would have...


Cyber-Related Fraud Incidents in Malaysia.
Index terms: cyber-related fraud, scam, cyber incidents, MyCERT, cybercrimes. References Majid, Mahfuz. “Cybercrime: Malaysia”. Malaysian Communications and.


Critical issues in policing series
Cybercrime: A New Critical Issue, by Chuck Wexler Challenges in Confronting Cybercrime at the PERF Summit “The Role of Local Law Enforcementin Combating Cybercrime”


Project on Cybercrime
Cybercrime training for judges and prosecutors: a concept. Project funded by contributions from Romania, Microsoft and McAfee and by the Council of Europe.


Substantive cybercrime law. Start-Up. Privacy and data protection legislation does not exist yet or is Domestic law recognizes fundamental human and civil rights in connection with cyber-specific offences.


There are two main areas of concern for cybersecurity or ICT legislation: i. Lack of cybercrime legislation hindering law enforcement investigations. ii. Some of the telecommunication regulations...


Cybercrime: from fiction to reality. Ensuring cyber resilience in financial market infrastructures in Europe. To distinguish the concepts, products and services related to digital communication and...


Cybercrime dependencies map
CRIME-AS-A-SERVICE. Cybercrime covers a myriad of crimes, each of which often requires specialist skills, knowledge or tools. As such, few if any individuals can efficiently carry out a wide range of...


The Changing Cyber
The Changing Cyber-threat Landscape and the Challenge of Policing Cybercrimes in the EU. 4. What cybercrimes are actually affecting police? 5. How will technological developments impact on.


Cybercrime: An Overview of the
Cybercrime: An Overview of 18 U.S.C. 1030 and Related Federal Criminal Laws. Summary. The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), 18 U.S.C. 1030, outlaws conduct that victimizes computer...