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Title: Influence of Educational Qualification on Different Types of Cyber Crime: A Statistical Interpretation
Authors: Rao, Yerra Shankar
Rauta, Aswin Kumar
Saini, Hemraj
Panda, Tarini Charana
Keywords: ANOVA
Cyber crime
Statistical analysis
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan, H.P.
Abstract: In this paper, the impact of educational qualification (general education) on different types of cyber crime activities has investigated. Methods/Statistical Analysis: A cross sectional survey using Questionnaires method was conducted among 2000 different types of persons working in different fields having different qualification having age more than 18 years. But a sample of 180 students is considered for the better interpretation of data. The collected data is interpreted statistically using one-way ANOVA.Findings: The influence of general education on four types of cyber crimes viz. financial misappropriation, extramarital affairs, misleading for job and crime in academic/research have been investigated. Results suggest no significant influence of different qualification on cyber crime. The finding shows that the involvements in cyber crime of qualified persons have negative effect on the value of education which leads to a bad impact in the development of the society.Application/Improvements: The proposed analysis is helpful to build the society with proper understanding about the cyber-attacks in various domains.
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