Investigation of Different Constraints in Cybercrime & Digital Forensics

Shallu Kotwal, Jatinder Manhas


With rapid changes in technology and its increased use in different organizations, the cybercrime and digital forensics methods are also making advancement in new ways to tackle the latest trends in cyber crime. Cybercrime refers to any crime that involves a computer network or any public or private system. Cyber crime is emerging as a serious threat worldwide. The government organizations, police departments and various intelligence units of different countries have started to act accordingly. To control and investigate cybercrime, the investigators use various Digital forensics methods and mechanisms. Digital forensics is the procedure of investigating computer crimes in cyber world. Many researchers have been done a lot in this area to help forensic investigators to resolve the existing challenges with different methodologies designed by them. Experts provided with different tools and technologies to resolve the threats related to cyber crime in a more efficient and speedy manner with minimum loss to the victim. Still the desired technologies and tools are not that much efficient that they can control the occurrence of different types of cyber crime activities. This paper reviews the complete details regarding the growth of cybercrime and its various modes of occurrence at different level.  Authors in this paper tries to bring few facts and figures which would be an eye-opener for computer and internet users. Therefore, the current manuscript provides the understanding of various types of cyber crimes and its impact on different section of the society.

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