Michael J. Daugherty, Founder and CEO of LabMD based in United States, participates in Risk Roundup to discuss – Cyber Crimes and Laws Challenges.
Cyber Crimes and Laws Challenges
Today, across nations, the most successful criminals are those that can hide behind the anonymity that the cyberspace offers, and individuals and entities across nations: its government, industries, organizations and academia (NGIOA) are far more likely to be victimized in cyberspace than in geospace. As a result, the threat posed by cyber-crimes is getting bigger than ever. With uncountable annual cyber-attacks, cyber-crime is a real threat to anyone using computers, smartphones, tablets, internet of things and other gadgets that are connected to the internet.
The reality today is that, every single day, either somebody’s identity is stolen, or someone’s confidential data is stolen, and the victim count to financial and non-financial loss because of cyber-crime keeps growing and growing. Understandably, keeping up with the growing complexity of the nature of cyber-crimes is a challenge facing not only individuals and entities across nations: its government, industries, organizations and academia (NGIOA), but also the legal community.
Conclusion – Cyber Crimes and Laws Challenges
As cyber criminals are technologically more experienced and educated than the cyber victims, it is important to understand cyberspace, cyber technologies and cyber security. Time is now to talk about- Cyber Crimes and Laws Challenges
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About the Guest
Michael Daugherty, is the founder of LabMD, a cancer detection center in Atlanta. He is the author of the book: The Devil Inside the Beltway
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