Cyber Cop by Patricia Hynes

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CATs carry hardware and software that allow them to set up a field office for up to six months anywhere in the world. What might be some of the problems your CAT team would encounter working in Turkey, Morocco, or other foreign places? How might you overcome them? operations in Turkey and Morocco. Knowing about the FBI’s CAT units may be a comfort to citizens. For the person looking into a career as a cyber crime fighter, the organization may be something to aspire to. COOL SCIENCE CAREERS: Cyber Cop 29 Glossary cyber (SIH-bur) having to do with computer networks hacker (HAK-er) person who breaks into important, often secret, computer files, sometimes just to see if the break-in can be accomplished identity theft (ahy-DEN-ti-tee theft) practice of using other people’s social security numbers, credit cards, passwords, and so on to buy things but charge the costs to others phishing (FISH-eeng) plan for stealing valuable information such as credit card and social security numbers by sending email requests that appear to be from banks, credit card companies, internet ser vice providers, and so on stalker (STAWK-er) someone who quietly pursues another person, with no good in mind SPAM (spam) unsolicited emails, which often appear in large amounts spamming (SPAM-eeng) sending huge numbers of emails to a single address 30 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY For More Information Books Garcia, Belinda.

CHAPTER FIVE The Future New and different computer crimes are reported every year. Amazing and sophisticated electronic equipment helps solve them. A s computers become more sophisticated, so do cyber crimes. Many crime-fighting organizations have formed special teams of cyber cops. One of these types of teams is the FBI Cyber Action Teams, or CAT. 28 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY A CAT fights both present and future cyber crime. Each team is made up of FBI agents and specialists in computer crime.

Each team is made up of FBI agents and specialists in computer crime. When crime threatens, a team is ready to travel to the scene at a moment’s notice. CATs carry hardware and software that allow them to set up a field office for up to six months anywhere in the world. What might be some of the problems your CAT team would encounter working in Turkey, Morocco, or other foreign places? How might you overcome them? operations in Turkey and Morocco. Knowing about the FBI’s CAT units may be a comfort to citizens.

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