Cybercrime law includes laws related to computer crime, cyber 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 CaC 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.

Interested?

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