Cultural Values and Moral Legitimacy

In a paper that discussed various cyber-crimes throughout the years carried out by juveniles, Radnofsky (2006) points us to the seriousness of these types...
Ian Carnaghan
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Cost and Challenges with E-Government

There is no doubt that E-Government provides conveniences today that many take for granted, however there is an underlying cost for these services.  First...
Ian Carnaghan
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Cybercrime: Law Enforcement and E-Government Transnational Issues

During his 2013 State of the Union address, President Obama highlighted the importance of defending our nation from the many cyber threats that are...
Ian Carnaghan
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Security Policies

Bosworth et al (2009) stress the importance of formality that should be adopted when creating an ethics policy.  They emphasize that clear documentation, clear...
Ian Carnaghan
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Risks, Threats and Vulnerabilities

According to SANS (2009) attacks against websites and web applications constitute more than 60% of total attacks observed on the internet.  The risk of...
Ian Carnaghan
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Cybercrime vs Traditional Crime

“Eighteen people were charged in what may be one of the nation’s largest credit card fraud rings, a sprawling international scam that duped credit-rating...
Ian Carnaghan
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Challenges Policy Makers face to Counter Cybercrime

Pfleeger (2005) reminds us that modern cyber-criminals can often be individuals that are difficult to detect.  They “wear business suits, have university degrees, and...
Ian Carnaghan
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