When it comes to cyberspace, the most important things about it is the security because it is used by the government, military and some big industry leaders. They are all dealing with very classified information’s all the time. As you might know, the internet is not the safest place to hold private or classified information because there are some people who are capable of breaching any type of security and hack into a database to get some valuable information out. So, because of that, the government have made it pretty clear that any type of violation of their laws that are about hacking will be punished really hard.
Unfortunately, these laws are not stopping people from hacking into people’s accounts or even into some big industry. Just like with any other law, there will be people who are determined to break it because they have to get what they need. Luckily, finding these so-called hackers has become even easier because technology has advanced to a point where nobody can remain anonymous.
One of the best things that happened and is still happening is the advancement in technology. Luckily for us, security measures are nowadays even stronger than they have been before. This means that fewer people will be able to hack into private areas on the internet. Not having access to these private databases has lowered the number of leaked information all around the world. Of course, there are still some people who have the knowledge to somehow hack into these databases without any effort.
Nowadays, there is probably a very low number of people who still don’t use the internet, which is a bad thing because this gives hackers the opportunity to find personal information about almost everyone in the world. If you have used the internet or any social media, then you have most likely put out some personal information. Little you know that all the information you have given can be traced down to you and shared with everyone publicly. Sharing personal information, or leaking it without the permission of that individual is against the law.