Louis J. Freeh
Consider The Following . . .
- Historically law enforcement agencies stayed within their jurisdictions for investigative work and arrests. For example, state police did not move across state boundaries. Why does Freeh say crime can no longer be solved "unilaterally" by a single agency? Why are traditional jurisdiction boundaries, in some cases, obsolete?
- Why was Freeh so determined to involve private industry in combating cyber crime? Think in terms of an industry as the victim and their computer specialists having expert knowledge of their computer systems.
- What single event in U.S. history put national security and cyber terrorist crime on the "front burner?"
- Research and list at least five types of cyber crime.