You Have Found the Best Attorney to Help You Fight Charges of Federal Technology Crimes
The Department of Justice, the Government Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and other federal authorities have recently said that they are pursuing international technology criminals vigorously. This covers both foreign nationals and foreign residents living in the United States who may be extradited to the United States for prosecution.
Companies that target U.S. businesses and government agencies may face federal law enforcement action, and the DOJ, FBI, and other agencies are pursuing civil forfeitures to recoup the losses of U.S. entities and impose penalties designed to deter foreign companies from targeting U.S. assets in the future.
If you have been charged with a technology crime, you can count on the fact that the government is going to take every possible step to prosecute you. Likewise, you must take every possible step to defend yourself. You can do that by contacting Chambers Law Firm at 714-760-4088 and requesting a free legal consultation.
There are many types of technology crime
Technology crimes are crimes perpetrated via computers, the Internet, or local networks. It refers to a set of offenses in which the criminal acts are carried out with the aid of a computer system or other form of technology.
Technology crime may be carried out through targeting computer hardware and software, as well as by employing online threats such as viruses and malware. Technology crime may also be perpetrated by targeting a person’s or company’s financial resources. Phishing, fraud, and the theft of sensitive financial information are examples of financial technology crime.
Three types of technology crime are commonly recognized:
- Individual technology crime. Crimes that target a single person or a group of people, such as email harassment, phishing, and technology stalking.
- Data breaches and technology extortion. Crimes that target an entity rather than a single person.
- Technology crimes against the government. Crimes that aim to compromise a country’s security systems, such as breaking into government networks, hacking into official websites, or disseminating anti-government propaganda.
Our firm can represent people and businesses facing investigations by the Department of Justice, the FBI, and other federal agencies into all types of technology crime. We have the personnel and resources to successfully handle federal law enforcement charges related to technology.
If you are ready to request a free, confidential consultation, contact Chambers Law Firm at 714-760-4088 for help.