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Kyra Strick is a dedicated student at Michigan State University College of Law, where she is pursuing her Juris Doctor degree with a focus on tax law, data protection, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence. She brings a strong academic foundation to her studies, having earned dual Bachelor's degrees from Grand Valley State University. Kyra holds a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies, equipping her with a comprehensive understanding of legal principles, and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, providing her with a strategic financial perspective. With a keen interest in the intersection of law and emerging technologies, Kyra is committed to exploring the complexities of data protection, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence within the legal framework. As the president of the MSU Law Legal Technology Association, Kyra actively engages in professional development opportunities, staying abreast of the latest advancements legal technology. Her academic pursuits are driven by a passion for leveraging legal expertise to address contemporary challenges in technology and business environments. Kyra's multidisciplinary background positions her as a valuable asset in navigating the legal landscape in an increasingly digital world. In addition to her academic endeavors, Kyra actively engages in professional development opportunities, staying abreast of the latest advancements in her areas of interest. She is dedicated to applying her knowledge and skills to contribute meaningfully to the legal profession and society at large.

Scam Baiting: An Innovative Approach to Combating Online Fraud

The thesis of Kyra Strick’s instructive paper promotes a proactive approach to a rapidly increasing online security crisis. Strick states that in the dynamic landscape of cybersecurity, scam baiting has emerged as a captivating and unconventional approach to combating online fraud. Scam baiting is the practice of engaging with scammers to expose their tactics and disrupt their operations. It serves as an offensive and a defensive measure, safeguarding individuals from falling prey to scams, promoting data protection education, and empowering individuals to protect their digital security.

Subjects: Cybercrime, Cybersecurity, Economy, Financial System, KM, Legal Research, Social Media