Cyber Crime Defense in New York

Cyber Crime Defense
Cyber Crime Defense

Cyber Crime Defense.

With the expansion of the internet, wired and wireless networks, PCs, smartphones and tablets, chances for PC based crime are growing, and law enforcement is expanding resources to these cases.

A cyber crime is a crime where a computer is used to commit an offense or is itself the object of the crime. Stated differently, a cyber crime is criminal activity that involves the use of a computer, servers, and the internet.

A cyber criminal can perpetrate crimes from anywhere in the world.

Cybercrime takes many forms, such as:

  • Obtaining National Security Information;
  • Computer Intrusion and Obtaining Information;
  • Malware & phishing offences;
  • Trespassing in a Government Computer;
  • Cloning investigations;
  • Computer Intrusion to Defraud and Obtain Value;
  • Computer damaging;
  • Hacking;
  • Spreading viruses;
  • Identify theft;
  • Bootlegging and tripping;
  • Trafficking in Passwords;
  • Threatening to damage a Computer;
  • Internet Fraud, Online Fraud, Email Fraud.