Cybercrime prosecutors need guidance

Wednesday, 24 May 2006, 2:29 PM EST

Australian High Tech Crime Center director Kevin Zuccato is glad to admit there is a lot to learn in prosecuting cyber miscreants.

While Zuccato believes there have been more ingenious and sophisticated methods of attack over the last few years, the main challenge is still finding and catching the criminals.

At Network World.

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