From the Spring 2016 Issue

New Possibilities for Solving CYBERCRIME

-William J. "Bill" Britton
Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer | California Polytechnic State University

Combatting cybercrime is where we, as a society, find ourselves in uncharted territory.  
The criminal of today does not rely on in-person interaction, but on the continually-shifting dynamics of the Internet. It is arguable that every crime involves some sort of cyber component, whether as its culminating element or an intermediary step. In either circumstance, we find a medium by which those with certain skills can access and utilize both efficiently and effectively. It would be wishful thinking to hope the number of people with those skills is small; in the information technology age . . .

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