Cyber Enabled Economic Crimes - Legal Guidance
The NCA estimates that the cost of cyber crime to the UK economy is billions of pounds per annum – and growing.
The Home Office breaks cyber crime down into two forms: ‘pure cyber crime’ and ‘cyber enabled’. This session will concentrate on cyber enabled crimes, those which do not necessarily depend on computers or networks, but which have been transformed in scale or form using the internet and communications technology.
Aimed at practitioners specialising in criminal law, this bite-size webinar will offer an overview of some of the most common cyber enabled crimes including fraud, Intellectual Property crime and the online marketplace for illegal items.
Consideration will also be given to the evidentiary requirements when proving and offence and the issues surrounding prosecution.
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