• Cyber Crime
    banking. So there is need to aware those people, how this problem is becoming global issue. Cyber crimes reported in India are Denial of Service, defacement of website, Spam, Computer virus and worms, pornography, cyber squatting, cyber stalking and phishing(4). www.oiirj.org Impact Factor-2.089...
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  • cyber crime in banks
    since the rise of technologies. This technology word changes the human life in every manner and every sector. Banking field is one of them. Banking in India originated in the last decades of the 18th century. Since that time the banking sector applying different ways to provide facilities and...
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  • Law It Act
    online banking frauds worth Rs 590.49 lakh in 2009 and the CBI has registered six cyber crime cases causing financial loss of Rs 2, 70,650 to the government and private parties. The Committee also sought to know whether there is a measure to compensate the financial loss occurring due to cyber fraud...
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  • Indian It Act 2000
    | |7 |Types of Cyber Crime |14 | |8 |Cyber Crime Statistics of India |21 | |9...
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  • cyber crime in banking sector
    UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI PROJECT ON CYBER CRIME IN BANKING SECTOR SUBMITTED BY ASHA VASHUMAL AHUJA PROJECT GUIDE Prof. Mrs. MINAL GANDHI BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES SEMESTER V (2009-10) V.E.S. COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE & COMMERCE, SINDHI COLONY, CHEMBUR – 400071 Page 1 of 79...
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  • Cyber Security
    understanding of Cyber Security. He started discussing internet infrastructure in India and around the globe and also gave the student insight on various Internet Service Providers (ISP's) in India. He elaborated that India has more then 150 ISP's running and the major market players are BHARTI AIRTEL...
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  • Information Technology Act
    BANKING 25 5.1 E-banking 26 6. NASSCOM 30 7. CYBER CRIME STATISTICS IN INDIA 33 8. CASE STUDIES 38 9. COMPARISON OF IT ACT OF INDIA AND BRAZIL 44 10. CONCLUSION 47 11. BIBLIOGRAPHY 49 1. INTRODUCTION In the knowledge society of 21st century...
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  • Increasing Bank Frauds and Cyber Crimes
    per cent suffered data theft. Clearly, the world is worried at the sheer opportunity for the proliferation of cyber crime. And India, as one of the leading player in the IT business needs to watch international developments and beef up its legislation to avoid nasty surprises emanating from...
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  • Money Laundering - a Financial Threat
    launderers. The introduction of new banking practices ,such as the use of the internet ,(E-Commerce ), Smart Cards ,and Cyber-money are among modern banking practices that may provide opportunities for money Launderers to move cash and other monetary instruments with relative ease and speed .There...
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  • Cyber Crime
    The Endless Fight with Cyber Crime By Rahul Tyagi About Author Rahul Tyagi is one of the top computer security experts available in India, Brand Ambassador of TCIL-IT Chandigarh, Vice- President of Cyber Security and Anti-Hacking Org, India, and Technical Head of News Paper Association...
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  • It Laws
    crimes that are addressed by the Information Technology Act, 2000. By the recent research and surveys it has been found out that China with 83% computer users are hit by Viruses, Identity theft and online credit frauds India and Brazil share the second position where Cyber crime is 76%. The...
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  • Strengthening Cyber Security
    . • Healthy and secure cyberspace is essential for economic and national security. • Information infrastructure and other critical infrastructure that rely on IT such as banking, finance, stock exchange, transportation, and power etc. are increasingly becoming vulnerable to cyber attacks. • Threats...
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  • Cyber Security India
    developing and implementing standards and best practices in government functioning as well as in the private sector. Cyber security audits should be made compulsory for networked organisations. • Capacity building in the area of cyber crime and cyber forensics in terms of infrastructure, expertise and...
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  • Managing Corporate Frauds
       Managing Corporate Frauds: Need of the Millennium                                           ABSTRACT                  Frauds have occurred in almost every country in the world, in almost every sector, including banking, insurance, telecom, automobile industry, health, and the list is...
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  • Bank Manager'a Words
    customer . Q7) Do you have any protection system for detecting fraud or crimes? Answer:- Cyber crime system beep firewall, computer security etc. Q8) What are your views regarding privatization ruling up and Indian banking sector ? Answer:- Privatization of Indian banking sector is must...
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  • Banking and Data Protection
    hacking, which are most critical for online banking transactions, India needs to adopt cyber crime policies and legislation that will prevent and deter criminal misuse of computers and computer networks, while respecting privacy and rights of users of information. Such policies must also ensure that...
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  • IT industry
    Technology Computer is the backbone of Information Technology. Whether it is the Banking Sector, Post Office, Small & Large Scale Industries, Defence, Aeronautics, Space Research, Biotechnology, Meteorology Department or Business Process Outsourcing, computer has become an essential part of every...
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  • Chapter Account Manager
    them on the design and structure of the course material of their computer security courses. Widely celebrated in international media publications, Fadia is also regularly invited by BBC Radio World News, London to share the latest updates on virus outbreaks, loopholes and cyber crime trends...
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  • Cyberlaws in India
    , providing the necessary inputs for that offence. All such acts of crime will come under the broader definition of cyber crime. 1 Let us now discuss in detail, the Information Technology Act -2000 and the I.T. Amendment Act 2008 in general and with particular reference to banking and financial sector...
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  • Frauds in Banks
    regulators in the sectors of banking, insurance, capital markets, competition and various services sectors. In a number of sectors Government plays the role of regulator. Ministry of Finance, Government of India looks after financial sector in India. Finance Ministry every year presents annual...
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