Annotated Bibliography on Computer Hacking Cybercrime and Cyber-Security
Clemmitt, Maria. Computer Hacking. Can “good” hackers help fight cybercrime? (16, Sep 2011). Volume 21, Issue 32. Web Retrieved 02, Feb 2012 from file:///E:/work%20files/writers%20bay/January%20Projects/Case%23141223/document1.htm
Maria has clearly emphasized the importance of web security by means of approaching hackers to fight for the greater cause. The report includes discussions of leading website giants, tackling issues about cybercrimes and security measures needed in order to make the virtual environment risk free. Hackers think and act the alike, if there is a need to catch a cybercriminals the best way possible is to use another to work for law enforcers. The report showed the relevance of using hackers to track down cyber offenders. Evidently the vast diversity of technological advancement makes it difficult to pinpoint the culprits in most cybercrimes. The government on the other hand is working on getting their hands on hackers that can change sides. The disadvantage on this set up is that hackers are hackers, no matter which side they are working with they still have the capability to either save or to destroy an organization.