عنوان مقاله [English]
Background and Objectives: Increasing use of mass media such as the Internet in the world today has many negative outcomes, with many positive and influential consequences. Among the negative consequences is emerging computer and Internet crime, which requires effective outreach. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to explain the relationship between outsourcing interaction and fraud management in cyberspace.
Method: The present study is a descriptive-analytic research method in terms of applied purpose and in terms of collecting data. Survey method was used. The statistical population of the study consisted of senior police officers, specialized police chiefs, cyber police officers, judges and experts of the judiciary, and experts and experts of Telecommunication Company. There were 50 people who, using the limited method of statistical society, were used in full scale. Data were collected using a researcher-made questionnaire. The validity of the questionnaire was confirmed by a formalized method, and its reliability was calculated by calculating the Cronbach's alpha coefficient.
Findings: There is a moderate upward relationship between formal outsourcing interactions with computer fraud prevention management; in this section, "interaction with the telecom company for official monitoring of the activities of cafes and information exchange centers" is ranked first. There is also a moderate upward relationship between the unofficial outsourcing of the Office of Computer Prevention and the prevention of the spread of hacking tools and facilitating criminal practices through interaction with the IT vendors' union.
Results: Informal outsourcing interaction is more prioritized than formal inter- organizational interaction in the prevention of computer fraud, in the informal inter- organizational interaction, communication with the first priority and interaction with the ICT vendors are prioritized.