Cybercrime is a growing area of criminal law. Our skills and experience mean that we are at the forefront of this emerging and complex area of law.
Cybercrime refers to a wide range of offences involving a computer and a network. Examples of cybercrime include online identity theft, attacks on computer systems, phishing and email spam, using a carriage service to menace/harass/cause offence, computer hacking, bitcoin and cypto-currency offences and prohibited content (such as child exploitation material).
Given the staggering growth of malicious technology and its capacity to harm individuals and businesses, cyber-crime is growing focus for state and federal authorities. In addition, successful cyber-crime prosecutions are on the rise as police and prosecutors better understand this niche area.
Julia Jasper and Rebecca Fogerty have previous experience representing clients charged with cybercrime offences, including:
- Computer hacking;
- Using a carriage service to menace/harass/cause offence;
- Stalking (involving the use of a computer);
- Drug trafficking using hidden marketplaces;
- Possessing child exploitation material;
- Using a carriage service to access child exploitation material; and
- Impersonation involving online aliases.
Where appropriate, we will engage external specialists such as forensic computer analysts and accountants to ensure that you have access to the most up-to-date expert advice.