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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 […]

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 […]

Your Entire Internet History Is Now Exposed!

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment November 26, 2016

The Investigatory Powers Act 2016 which is nicknamed as Snooper’s charter has recently been passed by the UK Parliament. According to the new law, the ISP (Internet Service Provider) will need to keep all records of websites you visit. As Reported by The Guardian “The UK has just exceeded the Investigatory Powers ACT 2016, at […]

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