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Corporate Computer Crime

Volume 66 Number 3
December 2002

Technological advances have created an infrastructure in which the corporation itself can easily become the victim of crime. Affected by corporate crime, the corporation is left to determine if it should report the incident or not and what remedies should be used to resolve the problem and minimization of future risk. Collaborative information sharing and working alliances between corporations and law enforcement are needed to prevent a parallel between corporate computer crime rates and technological advances.