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Month: November 2016

Australia looks to partner with India in Cyber Security

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 29, 2016

A mission from the country is touring India to seek partnership with Indian IT companies and provide them with modern internet security capabilities. The objective features a six affiliate delegation specializing in internet security technology and alternatives. The delegation is going to senior executives from the University of Melbourne and Chennai, Bengaluru, Mumbai and New […]

ATMs new ‘sweet spot’ for cyber criminals in India

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 29, 2016

Each time when people are making serpentine queues at ATM machine to withdraw cash owing to demonetization, a new report said that cyber attacks on ATMs will rise in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region in 2017. “We have seen a huge give attention to ATM problems in the APAC region, including in India. ATMs in underdeveloped […]

MP police arrest student for social media post lampooning CM Chouhan

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 29, 2016

Madhya Pradesh police arrested a 19-year-old engineering student for a social media post on demonetization and targeting chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and the BJP on the issue. Nineteen-year-old Abhishek Mishra, a citizen of Chhatarpur, was first detained on November 11 and then arrested by cyber cell of Bhopal police on November 12 from a […]

Cyber crime complaints can be filed online: Centre

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 29, 2016

In order to tackle the menace of growing cyber crimes in the country, the Center has decided to arrange up to a mechanism under which people can document a complaint online and they will not have to go to a police station. Briefing the Supreme Court about the measures used to handle cyber offenses, the […]

Jharkhand emerges hotbed of low-tech cyber crimes

By Karnveer Singh 0 Comment November 28, 2016

The typical literacy rate in Jamtara, a predominantly tribal area in Jharkhand, is around 65 percent, much lower than the nationwide average of 74 percent. Yet, the people here are surprisingly tech-savvy. A current document on an awareness drive by the Election Commission notes, “Telecommunication penetration is actually higher (despite poor signal and connection problems […]

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