Cyber-crime: The challenge in Asia

Author/s (editor/s):

Grabosky, Peter

Broadhurst, Roderic

Publication year:

2005

Publication type:

Book

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"Broadhurst and Grabosky have assembled a comprehensive and timely work on cyber-crime in Asia, which features the scholarly works of an impressive collection of experts from such critical disciplines as technology, law enforcement and academia. This highly readable book defines the scope and magnitude of the cyber-crime problem in the Asia region, provides a guide to the current state of both government and non-government efforts, and presents a roadmap of where we, as a society, need to dedicate resources and effort if we are to have an impact on these very real crimes. A major theme of this authoritative collection is the imperative for government and the private sector to join forces and share not only responsibility but also expertise, technology and information. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in the latest challenges of the Digital Age." - Richard LaMagna, Legal and Corporate Affairs, Microsoft

Cite the publication as

Grabosky, Peter, 2005, Cyber-crime: The challenge in Asia, Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong

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