Define computer crime virus and worms
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Define computer crime virus and worms?

(08 Marks) (JUL 14)


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• The unauthorized use, access, modification, and destruction of hardware, software, data, or network resources

• The unauthorized release of information

• The unauthorized copying of software

• Denying an end user access to his or her own hardware, software, data, or network resources

• Using or conspiring to use computer or network resources illegally to obtain information or tangible property

• Computer Virus – a program code that cannot work without being inserted into another program

• Worm – distinct program that can run unaided 

Percentages of security technology used

*Antivirus -96%


*Intrusion detection system-85%

*Content filtering and monitoring-77%

*Public key infrastructure-45%

*Smart card-43%

*Bio metrics-19%

Security management

*Security is about 6-8 percentage in developed countries

*63% is currently have plan to place a security officer in coming years

*40% is currently have a chief piracy officer 8% is going to appoint a new one

*39% has acknowledged that there system is compromised in past years

*24% has cyber risk insurgence and another 5%  is intended to acquire such coverage.


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