Other Important Cyber Law Articles

Cyber Law Articles quoting Pavan Duggal, President, Cyber Law India

  1. Court orders turn up the heat on video-sharing websites
  2. The devils of social networking
  3. BlackBerry can no longer hold a secret
  4. Indian cyber law miles behind the realities of social media
  5. Have you forgotten your FB manners?
  6. TWITTER PLANS
  7. New content control rules leave netizens sore
  8. Cybercrooks on the prowl this World Cup
  9. 2344 websites hacked in first half of this year: CERT-In
  10. 3G tech vulnerable to cyber crime
  11. What Singhvi’s Video Means for Privacy
  12. Tablets for reform in education
  13. Public Figure vs Public Interest vs Privacy
  14. West Bengal Mamata Benerjee cartoon arrest sparks worry
  15. Bengal professor’s ‘offending’ picture goes viral
  16. MakeMyTrip loses IndiGo, much of Jet biz
  17. Judgment day for tweeple
  18. Are online travel companies gouging customers?
  19. What Entrepreneurs Need to Know in the Digital Environment?.
  20. Battered prof fears for his life: Concerned university lecturer speaks out after he is beaten and jailed
  21. ‘We Are Stuck With A Nut’
  22. Cyberscamsters on prowl on Valentine’s Day
  23. Browsing child porn will land you in jail
  24. Getting HUGE phone bills? Your SIM may have been cloned!
  25. Real time info- Will it stop the Cyber Terror wave?
  26. eRevolution will change business, by changing the way we buy and sell!
  27. Indian Govt. Readies Battle Against “Offensive” Content on Web
  28. Dynamic Coalition on Social Media and Legal Issues
  29. Elaborating on the emerging significance of regulatory compliance
  30. Page not found: Who blocked my website
  31. pre-screening of non-commercial content
  32. Laws have teeth but govt does not bite
  33. Under Section 70 (B), service providers like ISPs and telecom companies have to report cybersecurity breaches
  34. Does the UID project infringe on privacy?
  35. In Focus: Speak Asia – the latest mega scam to hit India?
  36. CYBER TERRORISM SOME LEGAL PERSPECTIVES
  37. Who gets your email account when you die?
  38. Indians are very slowly waking
  39. Hackers Gain Notoriety As Cyber Attacks Increase
  40. Typosquatters roam unchecked in India
  41. You cannot censor the Internet in India
  42. Career in Cyber Law
  43. He is an Expert on the Board of Experts of European Commission’s Dr. E-Commerce
  44. Pavan Duggal’s expert opinion A case against censorship
  45. Beware lottery Scam on Prowl
  46. New online laws are a blogger’s nightmare
  47. Govt urged to back National Cyber Law varsity
  48. New law will let govt snoop on your PC
  49. Smut-tainted Karnataka ministers could be jailed under IT Act: cyber law expert
  50. Social networking sites duty-bound to obey law of the land
  51. Be careful while using IT
  52. Kerala become 1st Indian State to Set Guidelines for MLM Companies
  53. Do You Know Cyber Crime
  54. The sad case of our cyber security
  55. Blogging community in trouble
  56. Need to revisit Information Technology Act
  57. US piracy bill can hit Indian sites too
  58. UNIQUE ID PROJECT IN INDIA- SOME LEGAL PERSPECTIVES
  59. You have liabilities as a cyber cafe owner
  60. CYBERFORENSICS
  61. INDIAN CYBERLAW-SOME PERSPECTIVES
  62. Cybercrooks do not go on summer break: Experts
  63. A warning against the Internet’s dangers
  64. Law tweak must to track content
  65. Pavan Duggal, Advocate at the Supreme Court of India; Co-Chair of EWI Cyber Crime Legal Working Group
  66. Global Cyber Deterence views from China, The Us, Russia, India and Norway
  67. WORKING GROUP ON  INTERNET GOVERNANCE – NINE PRINCIPLES FOR THE INTERNET GOVERNANCE AND NINE WORKING METHODS.
  68. INDIA’S INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2000
  69. Twitter’s proposed censorship plan in sync with India’s demands: Cyber expert
  70. Protected systems and networks
  71. Pornography Kill It Before It’s Porn
  72. Mobile phone tapping allegation disrupts Indian Parliament
  73. Securing Cyber-Space: How are we doing?
  74. Bangalore also hit by FB attacks
  75. Cybercrime on the rise, but not all cases getting reported
  76. Experts Say India’s Cyber Law is Outdated
  77. New cyber laws not enough
  78. 3G tech vulnerable to cyber crime
  79. Change in IT Act crucial for fighting cyber crimes
  80. Need for national policy on cyber security
  81. Theft of Your Digital Photos and Videos
  82. Copyright and copying for a blogger
  83. Indian law may satisfy data protection concerns
  84. Trail of the Trolls
  85. Orkut bows to Mayawati, deletes fake profile
  86. Privacy, speech at stake in cyberspace by Leslie D’Monte
  87. Law in online business with special focus on India
  88. An Indian Cyber Security Mechanism: Need of the Hour
  89. You’ve Got Mail … and It’s from India’s PM
  90. Working Group on Information Security, Electronic Banking, Technology Risk Management and Cyber Frauds
  91. Net Security
  92. Regulatory Compliance to Drive the Next Wave of It Investment in India  
  93. Indian PMO Uses Free Hotmail Email Account for Official Communications
  94. Cyber Defemation – Position in India
  95. War of words on the Internet
  96. Key people in Indian new media
  97. Indian Government to Monitor Facebook and Twitter
  98. India Braces for Online Gambling Boom
  99. Skoch Knowledge Repository
  100. Cyber laws must punish individuals not society: specialist  
  101. Lawyers, activists seek ban on Japanese ‘rape game’
  102. Security system in BPO
  103. Building Fortress India: Should a Fedral Law Be Created to Address Privacy Concerns in the United States-Indian Business Process Outsourcing Relationship
  104. An article on Ethical Hacking: Can India churn out ethical hackers like it has produced coders & programmers?
  105. Law and Technology – “The need to keep pace”
  106. Legal Issues Relating to Outsourcing in India
  107. Indian Govt. Readies Battle Against “Offensive” Content on Web
  108. You PAID for it, but can you use it FREELY?
  109. No end to cybercrime
  110. Pavan Duggal’s expert opinion on National panel needed to tackle cyber crime
  111. The Bad Guys are a Step Ahead of the Good Guys
  112. Govt. Bans Popular Toon Porn Site Savitabhabhi.com
  113. Is Baazee.com chief a victim of vague IT laws?
  114. Do you buy or sell porn?
  115. India lags in Cybercrime insurance
  116. India may overstep its own laws in demanding content filtering
  117. Digital signatures not catching on
  118. Do you store critical financial information on your +emails? What if you die?
  119. Regulatory Dilemmas of Pornography
  120. Pornography filters in India have little impact
  121. Over to the digital signature regime
  122. Cyber Crimes and Cyber Law
  123. Cyber Defemation – Position in India
  124. Snooping around
  125. Phishing in people’s accounts
  126. Data residency: a thorny issue
  127. Fake Police raids
  128. Sex Tape on Internet Roils Indian Public
  129. INDIA’S FIRST CYBER CRIME ARREST
  130. The Electronic Bilk
  131. Cyber laws must punish individuals not society: specialist
  132. India Proposes Tighter Laws for National ID Project
  133. Porn websites to face the heat now
  134. IT Act harsh on network service provider, says expert
  135. Happy days for network service providers
  136. Google gets court notice for hate group on friendship site
  137. Plastic money users beware, cloning on rise
  138. The IT Act assigns undue powers to the police  
  139. India ranked 20th largest electronic police state
  140. Govt plays bigbrother.com
  141. Your Privacy is Public Property
  142. Defends Right to Access Personal Data
  143. US shuts down popular file-sharing website
  144. Software crimes, easy getaways
  145. INTRODUCTION TO CYBER CRIME
  146. Offensive web, TV jokes raise ire of India’s censors
  147. What is Electronic Evidence ? Sending Summons by E-Mail
  148. Cyber Evil Will Thrive Without Global Rules — Good Luck With That
  149. New Internet rule: ‘Objectionable’ content can be removed without notifying users
  150. India Defends Right To Access Personal Data.
  151. Pavan Duggal’s expert opinion on India telecom
  152. Impersonating on Twitter? It’s illegal!
  153. Govt proposal to muzzle bloggers sparks outcry.
  154. New media stresses new regulations in IT Act
  155. 22nd World Computer Congress will open with “the likely shape of the ICT World in 2020.
  156. Govt proposal to muzzle bloggers sparks outcry
  157. Govts bids to fix 2G Scam
  158. License to intercept mails triggers jitters
  159. India Court Adds to Singh Flip-Flop as Telenor Sees Investment in Jeopardy
  160. Sign of the times.
  161. POLICY FRAMEWORK & LEGAL ISSUES     RELATING TO ELECTRONIC GOVERNANCE- SOME PERSPECTIVES
  162. Cyber law and privacy in India
  163. India exempts IT outsourcers from new privacy rules.
  164. Pavan Duggal’s expert opinion on Govt to play catch up on encryption norms
  165. A general list of names of those who are active on the Internet. In alphabetical order of first names
  166. Hacker’s Hacking – The Game Of Intelligence
  167. Indian PMO Uses Free Hotmail Email Account For Official Communications
  168. Cyber Law Books: A Review of Pavan Duggal’s Book
  169. A Review of Pavan Duggal’s Book
  170. Govt Bans Popular Toon Porn Site Savitabhabhi.com; Mounting Concern Over Censorship
  171. No need for censorship of internet: Cyber law experts
  172. THREE Qs
  173. Law and Technology – “The need to keep pace”
  174. A new password every fortnight
  175. Courting Cyber Law, But Only Up To A Point
  176. Indian Culture and Governments
  177. Is Social Media the Double-edged Sword?
  178. Bio-social issues in health
  179. E-governance gets going in fits and starts
  180. India: Companies must comply with electronic legalities  
  181. In India, we do not have a law of data permanence
  182. LEGAL STRATEGIES FOR INDIAN BPOs – POST KKARAN BAHREE CASE
  183. Cyber Crimes and the Laws in India.
  184. Indian Court Adds to Singh Flip-Flop, Telenor’s Insecurity
  185. TOWARDS AMELIORATING CYBERCRIME AND CYBERSECURITY  
  186. Google, Facebook Seek Halt to Case as India Objects to Content
  187. Digitize documents and store online to ensure their safety
  188. Digitize documents and store online to ensure their safety
  189. The challenge of cyber attack deterrence
  190. Cyber crime needs global solution  
  191. Right to Copy  
  192. Insider knock-out at Fort BPO
  193. Bill To Protect Indian Musicians, Change Copyright Act Mooted
  194. IPR IN DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT : ISSUES OF CONCERN TO LIBRARY COMMUNITY
  195. It’s early days for digital signatures in India
  196. Data theft is a global issue
  197. World wide web
  198. India Responds to Growing Concerns Over Data Security
  199. High alert, little alarm
  200. India Defends Right To Access Personal Data
  201. Opinion on against censorship
  202. You have liabilities as a cyber cafe owner
  203. Parents police social networking sites
  204. Hackers playing havoc with e-mail accounts
  205. Your Password Or Your Job?
  206. Bid to block anti-India website affects users
  207. Web hosting cos are liable for any damage to your site
  208. Social media defamation rules: People have to be careful about what they post on social media websites
  209. The need for global cooperation on cyber security
  210. What is Mobile Law?
  211. Sent a terror mail to Prez? Pay Rs 2,000 & get away
  212. India Plans to Use Facebook, Twitter to Counter Internet-Savvy Opponents
  213. Experts deny ban on video conferencing
  214. Unequal protection, cyber crime and the internet in India
  215. SABKILEAK TO HELP FIGHT CORRUPTION
  216. Effectiveness of Cyber Laws in India
  217. India Inc. Gets Dirty
  218. COURT GRANTS BAIL TO E-MAIL BOMB HOAX ACCUSED
  219. Why India can not have its WikiLeaks
  220. A REFERENCE GUIDE FOR INVESTORS ON THEIR RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES AND REDRESSAL OF GRIEVANCES
  221. Bill To Protect Indian Musicians, Change Copyright Act Mooted
  222. India at war with Internet porn
  223. Legal pill for cyber crime
  224. Indian users safe from spam attack – Facebook
  225. Hackers on the prowl; break into Congress’ 2 official Web sites
  226. Stricter penalty for cyber crime
  227. Sharing passwords with spouse is risky
  228. PRE NUPITAL CONTRACT
  229. anatomy of corruption
  230. Saving Private Indian
  231. REGULATORY COMPLIANCE TO DRIVE THE NEXT WAVE OF IT INVESTMENT IN INDIA
  232. Plan to hack a site? Think again dude
  233. Industrial espionage booming in corporate India
  234. When someone misuses official e-mail
  235. Indian super-cops now patrol the www highway
  236. Online armies
  237. New content control rules leave netizens sore
  238. Regulations being introduced in RFID
  239. Online Censorship
  240. India Leno Fans Duck TV Censors as YouTube Showdown Nears: Tech
  241. No Gmail, Hotmail please. We’re govt
  242. Can India churn out ethical hackers like it has produced coders & programmers
  243. Virtual voyeurism Virtual voyeurism
  244. Is the Internet at risk? Increasing ISPs’ power could pose threats to open competition, free speech
  245. Hotmail not bound by order: experts
  246. Outrage over India Yahoo ban
  247. Protected systems and networks
  248. Indian IT systems third most affected by Stuxnet: Expert
  249. Simple password can put you at great risk
  250. Chinese cyber crawlers hack Indian Govt sites
  251. Government wants to read your Gmail
  252. Cell phone tracking-Security vs Privacy
  253. The perils of snooping on cell phones
  254. No, it violates fundamental rights
  255. When Net is gross
  256. National panel needed to tackle cyber crime
  257. Target archaic laws, not individuals, say IT companies
  258. Does the UID project infringe on privacy?
  259. RIM admits to error in map, MHA silent
  260. India lags in Cybercrime insurance
  261. Beware of cybersquatters
  262. Freedom of social networking
  263. Delhiites reject full body scanners
  264. Indian Government to Clarify Data Privacy Rules Affecting Outsourcing
  265. BlackBerry security issue makes e-com insecure
  266. India Exempts Outsourcers From New Privacy Rules
  267. Can law catch the peeping toms
  268. Tangled Web
  269. Internet insecurity grips India due to lax policing in cyber land
  270. White Collar Crimes – cyber crimes
  271. Courting Cyber Law, But Only Up To A Point
  272. Sending summons by email
  273. Cyber crime’s rampant.
  274. Electronic evidence
  275. The Post On The Wall: Indian Social Networks Are Surviving, Pavan Duggal’s expert opinion on But Not Thriving
  276. E-Commerce: An Indian Perspective
  277. Licence to shoot
  278. Indian techies arrested in bank hacking case
  279. ITA-2000 not worthy of emulation
  280. Online woes: Inappropriate status messages may land you in jail!
  281. THE NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT AMENDMENTS
  282. Cyber security and cyber law
  283. MT0044-Unit-09-International and European initiatives
  284. Police ignorance bliss for cyber criminals
  285. India Under Surveillance
  286. Offshore Outsourcing to India by U.S. and E.U. Companies Legal and Cross-Cultural Issues that Affect Data Privacy Regulation in Business Process Outsourcing.
  287. Spamming isn’t a legal offence in India
  288. Pornography Filters in India Have Little Impact
  289. Amendment to Indian IT Act :- Browsing child porn sites set to be a crime
  290. Phishing in people’s accounts
  291. In India veiwing adults only sites is an offence. Is it right?
  292. India’s New IT Law Increases Surveillance Powers
  293. Desi hackers join Indian cyber army
  294. Rs 20,000 cr to be spent on fast-tracking courts
  295. IT Act languishes thanks to government negligence.
  296. Dark deeds remain in the dark.
  297. DIGITAL AFTERLIFE: LEAVING YOUR LEGACY ONLINE
  298. Technological beasts like Facebook, Orkut, YouTube & Pavan Duggal’s expert opinion on Google impossible to control
  299. Spy Game: India readies cyber army to hack into hostile nations’ computer systems
  300. IT draft law deletes ‘‘hacking’’ in India
  301. Snooping around
  302. POLICY SUPPORT IN MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR Pavan Duggal’s expert opinion on MAKING IT GLOBALLY COMPETITIVESOME PERSPECTIVES
  303. New law will let govt snoop on your PC
  304. Simple password can put you at great risk
  305. India’s first mobile law treatise arrives.
  306. When those SMSes just don’t stop
  307. Corporate espionage on the rise; Companies spy on employees & themselves.
  308. IT Act makes life difficult for cyber-terrorists.
  309. IT (Amendment) Act 2008 and its effect on the Indian enterprise
  310. Cyberlaw In India: The Information Technology Act 2000 – Some Perspectives
  311. India poised to tighten data protection law
  312. Social network giant Facebook hiring public policy experts in India
  313. Cyber cafes and security problems by Pavan
  314. BharatMatrimony sues Google
  315. In India viewing adults only sites is an offence. Is it right?
  316. The Indian Cyber Criminal is Amongst the Best Brains in the World
  317. Handy guide to law for every social situation
  318. India at war with Internet porn
  319. Extraterritorial Prosecution of Cybercrime
  320. Is the Internet at risk? Increasing ISPs’ power could pose threats to open competition, free speech
  321. Don’t hit delete! That Hotmail from the Prime Minister may be for real
  322. Only import of book prohibited, say legal experts
  323. Govt grants permission for prosecution of Web companies for online postings said to be offensive
  324. India Responds to Growing Concerns over Data Security 
  325. Cybercrime on the rise, but not all cases getting reported
  326. Write a will to ensure your legacy does not get mired in legal disputes
  327. Class action suits to be codified in company law
  328. India may breach own laws with web filtering plan
  329. Anti-spamming lawsuit fetches ISP $1.3 bn
  330. India Exempts Outsourcers from New Privacy Rules
  331. THANKSGIVING: Pilgrims, Indians, and Outsourcing
  332. It’s legal, its happening and it can get you fired
  333. Websites not responsible for posted contents’
  334. Man files FIR against wife, lover for ‘obscene’ e-mails
  335. Tweets can be used as evidence in courts
  336. US shuts down popular file-sharing website
  337. Indecent Proposals
  338. Company secrets on e-mail? Think twice
  339. Pornography Filters in India Have Little Impact
  340. Spamming isn’t a legal offence in India
  341. IT draft law deletes   hacking   in India
  342. India’s BPO hub turns into cyber crime capital
  343. Website Gag: IT Act Amendments Not Final, Govt Arming Itself to Censor News Websites
  344. Cyber-Conviction 
  345. IT IS A grave offence, says cyber law expert
  346. Can India churn out ethical hackers like it has produced coders & programmers?
  347. What action can be taken against Raju?
  348. Interview: Media and Cyberlaw in India
  349. BPOs may not be held liable for data theft
  350. Buying or selling porn in India means trouble
  351. Inappropriate messages on social sites could get you arrested, fired, or even divorced
  352. Online woes: Inappropriate status messages may land you in jail!
  353. You Tube and § 79 of the IT Act – A Second Look
  354. Privacy, speech at stake in cyberspace
  355. Industry seeks more progressive amendments in IT Act
  356. Dealing with your stock broker? Remember this!
  357. New Internet Protocol Laws in India Lead to Data Privacy Concerns for Companies
  358. Your Password Or Your Job?
  359. Relax, sharing personal information is safe now  
  360. THE LEGAL view on Data Centres
  361. Cyber hurdles galore as amendments elude IT Act
  362. Cyber crime comes of age as foreign plugs sell secrets
  363. BPOs will Soon have Some Privacy
  364. Legal and Cross-Cultural Issues that Affect Data Privacy Regulation in Business Process Outsourcing
  365. Google’s up against first security test
  366. Security: New mantra for revised Act
  367. RBI seeks data from banks on frauds
  368. Caught in the web; draft rules stir a hornet’s nest
  369. The Day India Will Shut Down the Internet
  370. Sharing passwords with spouse is risky
  371. Is India turning into another China?
  372. Bill to Protect Indian Musicians, Change Copyright Act Mooted
  373. Our cyber cells are not equipped to deal with cyber crime’
  374. Why India wants to stop Blackberry services
  375. Should auction portal CEOs be accountable for deals?
  376. Cybercrimes and Due Diligence
  377. Google India Says It Is Not Responsible for Parent Company
  378. Indian government floats new rules for online censorship
  379. Your Privacy is Public Property
  380. Internet insecurity grips India due to lax policing in cyber land
  381. Twitter moves to regulate content, govt distances itself from policing social media
  382. Wanted: Wired cops to net e-conmen
  383. Indian worker quits IBM after blog dispute
  384. 498A Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ
  385. India Bans Posting Private Sex Tapes on Internet
  386. IT experts want to refresh current cyber laws
  387. RBI seeks data from banks on frauds
  388. Cybercrime: Crooks offer refund on online tax refund
  389. Indian techies arrested in bank hacking case
  390. Tweets, postsmay leave yousingle & jobless
  391. Hackers tunneling in broadband connection
  392. Inside the mind of a cyber stalker
  393. Trail of evidence
  394. Detectives now track ‘online infidelity
  395. When those SMSes just don’t stop
  396. Hacker’s Hacking – the Game of Intelligence
  397. Restrictions on cryptography in India – A case study of encryption and privacy
  398. Website of Maharastra Government Hacked
  399. How to make money online through social networking, blogging, e-tutoring, designing & video content development
  400. It’s time to get cyber offensive
  401. Gurgaon tops in cyber crime
  402. Bangalore also hit by FB attacks
  403. E-Governance in Transport Sector in India
  404. Schneier on Security
  405. India may overstep its own laws in demanding content filtering
  406. Profiles in Email Laws: India’s IT Act Amendment
  407. India passes its first cyber law with Draconian powers
  408. India’s new IT law increases surveillance powers
  409. Informational Self-Determination Databases in an Intercultural Perspective
  410. Cell phone tracking-Security vs Privacy
  411. Speak Asia
  412. Mumbai Attack: – New law will let govt snoop on your PC
  413. The IT Act assigns undue powers to the police
  414. Cracking cyber crime: Delhi Police at a Net loss
  415. IT Act harsh on network service provider, says expert
  416. Offensive web, TV jokes raise ire of India’s censors Internet companies argue they can’t monitor billions of web postings
  417. Real world events set off cyber attacks
  418. Phishing and pharming dangers
  419. Red Alert, Netizens
  420. Towards a New Harmonized Global Framework on Cybercrime
  421. Why you need to write a will
  422. Indian pop stars attract cyber squatters too
  423. New UDRP provider headed by “ace cyber lawyer”
  424. Legal Push To Boost BPO
  425. Statute revamp planned to log out unwanted e-mails
  426. Foreign Betting sites under lens…
  427. A Web Full of WEAPONS
  428. Homeland Security & Safe City Smart City
  429. A case of mistaken identity
  430. Under Pressure, India Mulls Steps to Protect Privacy
  431. Fire in the belly
  432. You PAID for it, but can you use it FREELY?
  433. Cyber cafe rules too strict?
  434. You’re gone if you auction pirated software online
  435.  ‘Handle Contracts, SLAs With Caution’
  436. CYBER DEFAMATION INDIA TAKES A DECISIVE STEP FORWARD
  437. What was the password
  438. IPad and Tablet
  439. No end to cybercrime
  440. Cyberscamsters on prowl on Valentine’s Day
  441. Watch out for FBI impersonators on the internet
  442. SMS fraud
  443. Rightfully questioning cyber jurisprudence
  444. Smartphone porn is latest buzz
  445. Have you forgotten your FB manners?
  446. Concern over impact of Internet control rules on free speech
  447. Economy Science US FCC Team In India To Study Regulatory Issues
  448. Government is not on sound legal ground’
  449. ‘Social networking sites duty-bound to obey law of the land’
  450. India’s first mobile law treatise: Everything you need to know
  451. Why VoIP is a threat to India
  452. Indian law caught in web
  453. Cell phone tracking-Security vs Privacy
  454. The perils of snooping on cell phones
  455. Mobile Phone Tapping Allegation Disrupts Indian Parliament
  456. Music to eavesdropper ears – How tappers work and get away with it
  457. Your telephone call is tapped and e-mail is being hacked
  458. Inappropriate Messages On Social Sites Could Get You Arrested, Fired, or Even Divorced
  459. Soon, govt can tap your phone legally
  460. Cyber crime cell for ransomware cases soon
  461. European ATM cyber-attacks up 28%, those using dynamite up 30%
  462. Smart home devices used in cyberattack on tech writer’s site
  463. Teenager appears in court over TalkTalk cyber-attack
  464. German politicians faced cyberattack: report
  465. N-power plant disrupted by cyber attack, says IAEA
  466. UK finance groups face surge in cyber attacks
  467. Air Force general: F-16s may be vulnerable to cyber attack
  468. Two Teenagers Arrested for Massive Cyber Attack that Targeted Illinois Businesses
  469. Hackers Hijack ‘Smart Devices’ for Huge Cyberattack
  470. Hacked by your fridge: the Internet of Things could spark a new wave of cyber attacks
  471. BAE Systems: A cyber attack could cost your business £1 million
  472. Singapore sees spike in number of cyberattack-for-ransom cases
  473. German military carried out first foreign cyber-attack in Afghan hostage op – report
  474. The dark web marketplace where you can buy 200 million Yahoo
  475. accounts is under cyberattack
  476. Medical Devices Are Vulnerable to Cyberattack
  477. Energy sector sees increase in cyber-attacks
  478. Virtual Safety: Cyber security in AR/VR games
  479. FBI probes hacks targeting phones of Democratic Party officials: sources
  480. Australian Bureau of Meteorology hacked by foreign spies, cybersecurity report reveals
  481. India lacks laws to protect customers of digital transactions: Experts
  482. Security concerns on transactions increase as residents go cashless
  483. Jamia organises seminar on cyber crime
  484. ‘Go digital’ drive brought cyber security to the fore in India
  485. ‘Why were stricter laws not invoked against café owners?’
  486. Bringing cyber security to the fore
  487. No laws in India to protect customers if they lose money during digital transactions
  488. Indian Android smartphone are at data theft risk: Experts
  489. Dev 360: To go cashless, win people’s trust first
  490. Go Digital Drive Brought Cyber Security To The Fore In India
  491. Delhi cops to get ‘one touch’ internet monitoring system
  492. Indian Android smartphone users too at data theft risk: Experts
  493. Lurking danger
  494. Cyber security is a major concern in transactions
  495. Cyber Security: How Rahul, Congress Twitter accounts may have been hacked