Cybercrime Law

Cyber Crime and Safety

The advancements in technology have led the entire world to be accessible. Anything and everything you want is now at the click of a button. Whether it is things as simple as mathematic calculation or talking to people in other parts of the world, something that was once considered a dream. The rate at which the dependence on technology is increasing is tremendous and opens various doors for both opportunities

4 Essential Things to Look for in a Fraud Detection and Prevention Solution for Cyber Security

Abstract: Cyber security is the most important part of global connectivity and usage of cloud services as it encompasses everything that applies to protecting your sensitive data and personal information. Recently, there has been so much hype everywhere regarding the use of ML and AI in fraud detection & prevention that it has been difficult for a number of individuals to distinguish myth from reality in cyber security. The organized

Protecting Your Client Data As A Freelancer

Over 57 million people in the US are freelancers. This represents 35% of the working population. Freelancing is no longer just a side hustle. Thanks to groundbreaking technology, internet connectivity, and advanced devices, freelancers can now work at home full time. You can employ yourself, earn an excellent income, enjoy the freedom of setting your own schedule, and pursue different projects simultaneously. Whether you are a programmer, developer, or web

How to Protect Your Family from Mail Fraud

Most of us know to ignore those email scams that offer life-changing sums of money for a little investment up front. But what about the scams that get delivered right to your front step? From phony job offers to fake sweepstakes, mail fraud plays all the same notes as phishing emails and other social engineering attacks. And even if you’re the type of security-aware individual that would never fall for

Keeping Kids Safe from Identity Theft

Your kids may not be able to do much with their social security numbers, but cyber criminals can! Identity thieves can apply for credit cards, housing, government benefits, and more if they can get their hands on a child’s information. Each year, about 1.3 million kids have their identity stolen. It’s easy for these crimes to go unnoticed too until a child turns 16 or 18. So what can you do,