Trnansnational Cyber Crime And Terrorism
Cyber-terrorism could be defined as the use of computing resources to intimidate or coerce others. It consists of specific crimes dealing with computers and networks (such as hacking) and the facilitation of traditional crime through the use of computers. The worldwide information infrastructure is today increasingly under attack by cyber criminals and terroristsand the number, cost, and sophistication of the attacks are increasing at alarming rates. With annual damage around the world now measured in billions of U.S. dollars, these attacks threaten the substantial and ever-growing reliance of commerce, governments, and the public upon the new technology to conduct business, carry messages, and process information. Measures thus far adopted by the private and public sectors have not provided and adequate level of security efforts to prevent or deter them have been largely unsuccessful, with increasingly damaging consequences,. Cyber crime terrorism is quintessentially transnational, and will often involve jurisdictional assertions of multiple States. Agreements on juriscliction enforcement must be developed to avoid conflicting claims
Nilesh Kumar Singh
Nilesh Kumar Singh is the Director of NAM Institute of Professional Studies, New Delhi. After completing Intermediate and Graduation from TNB College, TM Bhagalpur University, he joined Delhi School of Economics for PG and MPhil programme. Delhi University and its hostel life undoubtedly is a great learning plate form which gives a marathon experience and helped in developing a global personality. He has done MBA from symbiosis, PGDEL from ILI and PGDMC from Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan which developed in him an instinct of an Author and wrote 2 Vols. Encyclopedia on Photojournalism. Besides he delivered lectures in many International conferences as well as shared knowledge as Visiting Faculty in Delhi University and Jamia Millia Islamia. A researcher to the core he is a Senior Research Fellow of UGC and writing thesis for PhD.
Preface V 1. Introduction -- Pg. 1 2.Terrorism the Internet and Cyber Crime -- Pg. 15 3.Cyber Crime and International Responses -- Pg. 55 4. Current and Future Technical Capabilities -- Pg. 93 5. International Convention on Cyber Security -- Pg. 173 6. Terrorism, Organized Crime and Cyber Crime -- Pg. 219 Bibliography -- Pg. 263 Index -- Pg. 267