Cybercrime law includes laws related to computer crime, internet crime, information crimes, communications crimes and technology crimes. While the internet and the digital economy represent a significant opportunity, it is also an enabler for criminal activity. Cybercrime law is laws that create the offences and penalties for cybercrimes. Cybercrime describes both:

  • crimes directed at computers, data or information communications technologies (ICTs), and
  • crimes committed by people using computers or ICT.

Cybercrime is a global problem, which requires a coordinated international response.

International cybercrime conventions

Model Laws

Some specific cybercrime law

How we can help you

  • Make you aware of cybercrime law by attending a public Cyber Crime and Security Law Workshop.
  • Brief your board on cyber security risks and the legal implications for your organisation.
  • Advise you on what the Cyber Bill means for you by consulting with you or doing a private workshop.
  • Keep you informed by subscribing to the Michalsons newsletter.
  • Help you with Incident Response.
  • Train your employees on cybercrime law.
  • Update your current policies to be inline with the latest laws.
  • Ensure you can admit records and evidence of cybercrime.


If you are interested, please complete the form on the right or enquire now. We will contact you to find out more about your requirements and give you a quote.