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Cybercrime world wide war 3.0

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Summary

  • The tools required to fight Internet-based offenses must constantly evolve and adapt. Unfortunately, so do the criminals. This program examines several forms of cyber-crime and their impact on law enforcement, national security, the corporate world, and society at large. Taking a global approach, the film presents interviews with American and European experts on cyber-terrorism, identity theft, child pornography, and other disturbing crimes. Frank Cilluffo, director of The George Washington University's Homeland Security Policy Institute, focuses on the terrorism issue, while case studies shed light on recent high-tech assaults originating in Russia and China.

Notes

  • Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on Aug. 09, 2009.
  • Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
  • Mode of access: Internet.
  • System requirements: FOD playback platform.
  • Closed-captioned.
  • Portions are in other languages with English subtitles.

Contents

  • War in Cyberspace (2:19) -- Cyber-Terrorism (4:31) -- Russian Cyber Attack on Estonia (1:59) -- Cyber Army vs. Advanced Military Capabilities (3:28) -- Cyber Attacks from China (3:58) -- Cyber Attacks: Proxy Warfare (3:55) -- World Attention to Cybercrime (3:39) -- International Response to Cybercrime (4:01) -- Computers: Tools of War (3:06) -- Internet Fraud: Identity Theft (3:41) -- Certified Ethical Hackers (4:57) -- Detection of Cybercrimes (3:16) -- Internet Crimes: Child Pornography and Pedophilia (4:46) -- Counterfeit Products and the Internet (4:45)
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