Criminality & internet

M. Diomidous, E. Plessa, F. G. Goni, K. Chardalias, A. Mangita

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Abstract

The Internet in the 21st century has greatly expanded incorporating many innovative applications. Many of these applications usually derive of the socalled malware. Malicious software, functionally and conceptually, is directly connected with the activities of the cybercrime. It is well known that modern cybercrime is characterized by speed, easy access, delinquency and complete distortion. It is a fact that these criminal-acts are performed both on the internet in computer applications and on various websites, so that many people end up and are recognized as victims of systematic fraudulent activities. In conclusion, nowadays the state's legal interests in formalizing and protecting the informatics domain, in combination with the activities of private entities, is headed additionally towards the continuous imparting of information and protection of all citizens.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)49-52
Number of pages4
JournalEpitheorese Klinikes Farmakologias kai Farmakokinetikes
Volume34
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • Crime
  • Cyber terrorism
  • Digital technology
  • Information security
  • Internet access
  • Malicious software

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    Diomidous, M., Plessa, E., Goni, F. G., Chardalias, K., & Mangita, A. (2016). Criminality & internet. Epitheorese Klinikes Farmakologias kai Farmakokinetikes, 34(2), 49-52.