It is not enough to merely have punishments available for those who break the law. A sad fact of life is that most cybercriminals escape scot-free and it is simply impossible to ensure that all cybercriminals – or real world criminals for that matter – are punished. Hence, it is also necessary to contain the problem at its very roots by keeping the human factor of the cybercrime equation in check.
Children are, understandably, the most vulnerable members of society. Interestingly, the age at which children first start using the computer has been gradually decreasing over the past decade but the age at which they reach mental maturity has remained unchanged. This could have dire consequences on society if they are not taught to fend for themselves in the unfriendly cyber-jungle and, worse, if they are not taught to resist the temptation to commit crime. Hence it should be the duty of every parent to monitor their activities in the real and cyber world.
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The corporate world is not the warm and caring environment it may once have been. The desire to become much richer than one presently is or to have revenge on anyone who made his or her way up by stepping on one’s face has raised the stakes in the rat race.
Employees, especially white-collar or highly qualified ones, are more susceptible to crime than you think. The damage they can potentially cause will not only cripple the companies they work for, but the global economy in the long run. Hence, employers should keep them in close supervision if and when possible while, at the same time, foster a friendly office environment.
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