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Cybercrime

ATS2456 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Differential Association, Cybercrime, Operant Conditioning
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ATS2456 Cybercrime Notes WEEK 4 Cybercrime and Criminological Theories - Cybercrime is different in that it provides a venue for new offences as well as enabling existing offences. Old wine in new bottles - The fact that w...

Arts - ATS
ATS2456
Lennon Chang
ATS2456 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Botnet, Cybercrime, Computer Hardware
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ATS2456 Cybercrime Notes WEEK 3 Hackers and Hacking Why hacking - In the past people hacked for the thrill of it (hackers nature) but recently its more for profit, revenge and politically motivated - Companies hire hackers...

Arts - ATS
ATS2456
Lennon Chang
ATS2456 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ray Tomlinson, Cybercrime, Lawrence Lessig
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ATS2456 Cybercrime Notes WEEK 1 Introduction - FBI (2016) loss from cybercrime estimated to have exceeded 1.3billion History of computer - The first electronic computers developed between 1940-1945. Originally the size of ...

Arts - ATS
ATS2456
Lennon Chang
ATS2456 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Kazaa, Blu-Ray, Peer Pressure
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ATS2456 Cybercrime Notes WEEK 5 Digital Piracy and Intellectual Property Theft Intellectual PropertyDigital Piracy - Intellectual Property > an original idea that involves some form of creative expression. In certain mediu...

Arts - ATS
ATS2456
Lennon Chang
ATS2456 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Crimeware, Denial-Of-Service Attack, Cybercrime
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ATS2456 Cybercrime Notes WEEK 2 What is Cybercrime? Defining Cybercrime - Using technology to commit a crime - Aka computer crime, hi-tech crime, net crime - Definition of cybercrime is controversial, can commit cybercrime...

Arts - ATS
ATS2456
Lennon Chang
Statistics - Reference Guides

This Guide provides an easy to follow summary of all basic principles that are the foundation to Statistics and Probabilities. Using a combination of charts and sample equations, the key concepts are developed and the esse...

Econometrics
ETC2430
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