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74 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. 14 (2005)
Defending against Cybercrime and Terrorism: A New Role for Universities

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Defending Against

Cybercrime and Terrorism

A   New Role for Universities

With the growth of
         technological access,
         systems, and re-
sources, cyber-related crimes
are on the rise in many commu-
nities. How will local law
enforcement agencies address
the growth of high-tech crime in
the future? What impact will
terrorism have on the nation's

technological infrastructure, and
how do we protect against it?
   The high-tech industry is
vital to the nation's economy
and its future. Industries, busi-
nesses, government agencies,
and private households all
benefit from a healthy and
well-protected technological
environment. And, everyone

wants reassurance that commu-
nications, financial operations,
and technological infrastructure
are closely guarded. The rising
fear of cyber-related crime not
only inhibits the use of develop-
ing technology but adversely
affects national economic
conditions. The FBI estimates
that the average loss for a

14 / FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin

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