Cybercrime is any type of criminal activity carried out through a computer or the internet. This is an area of law that has developed exponentially over the last decade due to advances in technology and computers being used in new and innovative ways to commit crime.
There is a range of offences covered by the term cybercrime, including fraud, harassment, hacking, sexual offences, and espionage. Due to the very nature of the internet, these crimes can have a multi-national aspect and involve international agencies.
If you are facing charges of cybercrime, you must get advice and representation as early as possible. Instructing a specialist lawyer can help you understand the complex regulations in this area of criminal law. Get in touch to speak to a member of our team.
What is cybercrime?
Cybercrime is an extremely progressive and complicated area of law that it is continually evolving and developing due to the rapid changes in technology. By its very nature, it is a borderless crime and this can result in cases having a cross-border element. Our team has offices in Europe and Africa and can advise on any multi-jurisdictional aspects that arise in your case, including outside of your home country.
Cybercrime uses ever-changing technology to perform criminal activities including hacking, malware, botnets and the darknet. Offences can be committed against an individual, companies or even governments. There are pure cybercrimes that are used to gain unauthorised access to a device or to deny the legal owner access to their own system. There are also cyber-enabled crimes including theft, fraud and sexual offences that are using technology to carry out offences that were already in existence.
Cybercrimes are incredibly technical, and individuals and companies can be caught up in investigations without ever having realised their activity was potentially a criminal offence. It is therefore strongly advised that anyone facing criminal charges of cybercrime contacts our criminal lawyers for specialist advise and support through the investigation and any possible charges. Our team has a vast amount of experience in cybercrime cases and can guide you through the process and ensure you get the best possible outcome for your case.
Cybercrime charges in Italy
Due to the nature of these crimes, it is possible to be charged with a cybercrime offence in Italy even if you do not live there. We have European offices in Italy, Spain, Germany, Tunisia and the UK and our team of multi-national lawyers have a breadth of experience. At Giambrone, our lawyers can assist you in your own language, making it easier to understand what is happening in your case.
Contact our Cybercrime Lawyers in the UK
Cybercrime is an evolving and complicated area of law that requires expert legal guidance from specialist lawyers that understand the legal technicalities related to these offences. Our expert lawyers can advise and represent you throughout your whole case to ensure you achieve the best outcome for your circumstances.
We know that being involved in a criminal case is always stressful, but we can support you throughout your case in a sensitive manner. We can assist non-Italian clients facing charges in Italy and our expert knowledge means we can advise you on the best approach. If you require further information or assistance, please complete the online enquiry form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.