Category Archives: Cybersecurity

Cybercrime and Cybersecurity: Did We Leave the Windows Open?

Cybercrime is often put into three categories: 1) the use of a computer as a communication tool for illegal activities, 2) using computers as a storage device for illegal material, and 3) the act of targeting a computer.[1] According to … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity: A Balancing Act

Technological innovation continues to bring forth new and interesting challenges and with it the ever-increasing need to manage cybersecurity in inventive and resourceful ways.  The advances in technology has forced an evolution in cybersecurity to meet the emergence of cybercrimes.  It … Continue reading

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The Issue of Cybersecurity Worldwide

While Edward Snowden moves from Moscow’s airport confinement to a temporary asylum in Russia, his leaks have been travelling all over the world. On the other side of the hemisphere, the emerging country Brazil, has been shaken up by the … Continue reading

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The Difficult Battle Against Cybercrime

The debate over the Internet policy often comes down to the trade-off of safe versus free. Loosen Internet regulations will expose us to greater vulnerability for cybercrimes, but a heavy-handed control will inevitably sacrifice our freedom of speech online. Therefore, … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity and cybercrime

This week topic is extension issues concerning internet governance. In a broad definition, cybercrime is referring to act of crime that committed through the internet and cyber security referring to some form of mechanisms in place that impede the act … Continue reading

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