Technological advances over the past decade have produced terabytes of digital information, and in many cases, this information is at the core of crime resolution and prosecution. Data from emails, videos, chat files, text messages and closed-circuit television files are just a small part of the data, and if they have the right tools to help them provide valuable information.
Here we, as a group decided to Provide solutions after continuous research on the internet that reveal valuable large amounts of data by turning big data into intelligent data. This can help someone conclude faster, take action on their initiative rather than passively, and discover potential problems before they become disastrous. In this paper we are trying to provide a approach, how we can mitigate the problem on cyber data breach crime with the indepth analysis, approaches, tools and the analytics.
What is Cyber Crime? Cybercrime is misconduct that involves a computer. Its defined as “Offences that are committed against individual or groups of individuals with a criminal motive to purposely harm the status of the victim or cause physical or mental harm, loss to the victim directly or indirectly using the internet. ” It affects a person, financial health and the nation’s security. Some of the famous IT crimes are data breaching, hacking, extortion, child pornography, child grooming, copyright infringement, etc. Private & congenital notifies are intercepted and disclosed illegally. (Cybercrime)
Who are Cyber Criminals?
- Cyber Terrorists: Hackers and data breaches who break websites and other critical data.
- Crackers: Computer virus creators and distributors fall under this category.
- Cyber Bulls: Vicious forum posts, posting fake profiles on the web, emails messaging
- Pranksters: They perpetrate tricks on others. They are not intended for long-lasting harms.
- Career Criminals: They do crime to make money as their income. (Hemraj Saini, 2012)
What are the Categories of Cyber Crime?
- Data Crime: Data Interception: Influence data by Data monitoring and information gathering.
- Data Modification: Attack the network to modify the data and send the target.
- Data theft: Illegal copying of business or individual data. It includes passwords, SSN, credit card info and other PII information or confidential information of the business.
- Network Crime: Interfering functioning of a computer network by inserting, deleting, transmitting, damaging or altering networking data, Network Sabotage.
- Access Crime: This includes unauthorized access, virus Dissemination (virus, worms, Trojan horse, logic bomb). (Hemraj Saini, 2012)
Impact of Cyber Crime:
- Economic Impact: Financial impact to the company due to a breach in PII information which loses customers confidence. Fall in the stock market and other economic severe circumstances.
- Ransomware Attack: Restricts user from accessing computer systems by freezing computer screen or encrypting computers.
- Social Media Deception: This includes accessing social media accounts by illegal means and post deceptive messages and posts.
- E-Banking Fraud: Hackers sends some attachments to the e-banking users which contains malicious programs. Opening these kinds of files infect the computers.
- Email Scam: Cybercriminals will hack the email login details and cheat victims with all possible means to make remittances.
- Online Business Fraud: sellers and buyers fail to receive the payment or goods after payment are made. Hackers hack the transactions.
- Identity Theft: Hackers may find the PII Information of the individuals and misuse data to get the benefits. (Hemraj Saini, 2012)Future Trends:- Hacking in the critical systems in government companies and financial institutions can lead to leading data loss, misuse and killing of critical systems.
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