CP-SIIG recognises the ability to cause harm to systems, networks, and users is only a manner of reworking traditional crimes by using Internet technologies and the setting of today’s digital age. Actions that perpetrate crimes in cyberspace are termed cybercrime. Cybercrime is no longer confined to sporadic incidents of unauthorised access or hacking events. It has continually redefined itself to manifest itself in newer forms. Cybercrime (or computer-related crime) includes as any illegal, unethical, or unauthorised behaviour involving automatic data processing and/or transmission of data.
CP-SIIG’s service providers have the technological equipment and the know-how for your corporation to deal with cybercrimefor an array of criminal activities, including offenses against computer data and systems, computer-related offenses, content offenses, and copyright offenses.