Using a minimum of 4 recent scholarly peered reviewed articles less than 5yrs old for DQ 1 and 3 scholarly peer-reviewed articles for DQ 2 must be cited using APA format 750 words for each topic DQ 1 and DQ2 It should be written separately include the HTTP or DOI for all references used please Note: Please see reading references below:
Topic 8 DQ 1
Which cybercrimes do you feel are most important to guard against? Why? What cybercrimes do you feel will become more prevalent in the future?
Topic 8 DQ 2
How does jurisdiction play into cybercrimes? Should all cybercrimes be federal crimes? How might local cybercrimes increase in the future?
While various kinds of cybercrimes exist, the one targeting governments is considered the most serious one. A cybercrime against the government amounts to cyberterrorism. Soon, some of the most prevalent computer crimes will include cyber-jacking, cyber extortion, brick attacks, and mini-power outages. Cybercrimes involve various criminal activities, some of which are traditional, including theft, fraud, and forgery. While most cybercrimes should be deemed as federal offenses, some states prefer persecuting these people based on their local jurisdictions.