Socioeconomic and Legal Implications of Electronic Intrusion

Editors: Dionysios Politis, Phaedon-John Kozyris and Ioannis Iglezakis
IGI Global, 2009

  1. The Socioeconomic Background of Electronic Crime
  2. Intrusion in the Sphere of Personal Communications
  3. Criminal Sanctions Against Electronic Intrusion
  4. Protecting Identity without Comprising Privacy
  5. RFID Technology and its Impact on Privacy
  6. How Marketing Professionals Can Avoid Violating Privacy Laws
  7. Privacy and the "Transparent" Individual
  8. Controlling Electronic Intrusion by Unsolicited Unwanted Bulk Spam
  9. Cyberproperty in the United States
  10. Digital Forensics and the Chain of Custody to Counter Cybercrime
  11. Privacy and Security in Enterprise Architecture Frameworks
  12. Surveillance in the 21st Century
  13. Designing Light Weight Intrusion Detection Systems
  14. Data Mining of Personal Information
  15. Surveillance of Employees' Electronic Communications in the Workplace
  16. Forensic Watermarking for Secure Multimedia Distribution
  17. Spam and Advertisement--Proposing a Model for Charging Intrusion
  18. European E-Signatures Solutions on the Basis of PKI Authentication Technology
  19. Security of Alternative Delivery Channels in Banking