Computer crime is crime that is committed using the internet as a tool, or where the internet has played an instrumental part in the commission of a crime. Internet crime refers to criminal exploitation of the Internet to commit a range of illegal activity. Most commonly, issues surrounding this type of crime are high-profile and well organized.
On the global level, internet crimes allow activities such as espionage, financial theft, and other cross-border crimes. There are also issues of privacy when confidential information is lost or intercepted unlawfully.
On the other hand, computers can be a source of evidence for a deep and thorough investigation. It is an excellent device for record keeping, particularly given the power to encrypt the data. MVD International has the expertise to obtain and encrypt the data found in computers, allowing for an all-rounder investigation.
The rise in drug trades could also be attributed to internet crime. These virtual drug exchanges allow more intimidated individuals to purchase illegal drugs. The unclear consequences that are often associated with physical drug trades are severely minimized causing a rise in illicit trades of this nature. Tracking crimes like this involve rigid internet surveillance and severe tracking of internet data.
On a separate note, Government officials and Information Technology security specialists have documented a significant increase in Internet problems. There is a growing concern among officials that such intrusions are part of an organized effort to map potential security holes in critical systems. When one launches a computer-based attack against your network of computers and the information stored in them are at risk of being stolen, MVD International provides you with the relevant security for you and your computerized data.