Corpus ID: 166660406

39P. Nature and Extent of Identity Crime through Wireless Technology Abuse and its Impact on Individual and Organisational Levels

  title={39P. Nature and Extent of Identity Crime through Wireless Technology Abuse and its Impact on Individual and Organisational Levels},
  author={Salman Ahmad and Donald W. Winchester and Lesley Pek Wee Land and Rodger Jamieson},
Perpetrator(s) are stealing personal data abusing wireless networks to commit identity fraud and related crimes that is affecting us on individual, organisational and national levels. These threats affect national security also (Smith et al. 2010). There have been instances of identity and data theft crimes involving millions of debit and credit card numbers, which indicate the seriousness of this issue and reinforce the concerns of security professionals. These cases were taken from newspapers… Expand

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