Computer Forensic Science & Cyber laws need to be modified/ updated in various technologies.
The internet is joy for members of the law enforcement community. On one hand, it facilitates one's ability to communicate and gather information. On the other hand, it enables the criminal element to do the same. The criminal element actually embraced the benefits of the Internet long before the law enforcement community did it and in some ways, the latter have resisted this tool [ 2]. However, these system protection tools, the software and hardware for defending information systems are complex & expensive to operate.
Law enforcement is charged with the investigation of the theft of data from companies, but the main concern of the law enforcement community is the protection of their own data and unauthorized access to their files. This may require law enforcement agencies to bring in a security consultant to be sure that their own data is secure from unauthorized access. The only way to ensure that their system is totally safe is to not to have outside access to it . If they are connected to the Internet through phone lines through a network or a modem, one cannot assume that their system will not be compromised at some point. Agencies can install fairly simple monitoring systems on their systems that will signal them when there has been a “knock” at the door. These security measures will also alert them to an actual intrusion.
Child pornography distribution is a natural for the Internet. It offers anonymity and ease of transferring images and text. Child Pornographers trade images of very young children, depending on their preferences, to other pornographers that will trade them to others or simply keep them for their own collection.
White Collar Crime
Encyclopedia Britannica defines White Collar Crime as crimes committed by persons of relatively high social or economic status in connection with their regular occupation. Though crimes such as stalking and pedophilia make the headlines, the majority of computer crime is white collar in nature, involving the theft of credit cards, money, identity, or intellectual property such as software or data.