• Cyber Crime
    cyber crime Online International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, {Bi-Monthly}, ISSN2249-9598, Volume-III, Issue-IV, July-Aug 2013 Need to understand Cyber Crime’s Impact over national Security in India: A case study P.R. Patil and D.V. Bhosale Dept. of Defence & Strategic Studies, Tuljaram...
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  • cyber crime in banks
    Applications, Vol. 2, No.10, 2011 Study of Indian Banks Websites for Cyber Crime Safety Mechanism Susheel Chandra Bhatt Durgesh Pant Research Scholar, Computer Science department Kumaun University, Nainital, Uttarakhand, India Prof. & Director, School of Computer Science & IT Uttarakhand Open...
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  • Indian It Act 2000
    Contribution to IT in India |7 | |5 |Introduction to Cyber Crime |10 | |6 |Defining Cyber Crime ...
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  • Law It Act
    2000 The Act rather than giving information and technology gives rise to cyber crime. 2011 11/14/2011 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2000 The Act rather than giving information and technology gives rise to cyber crime. 2011 11/14/2011 Table of Contents Introduction 3 The Information...
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  • Information Technology Act
    Certifying Authority 12 3. CYBER CRIMES 13 3.1 Introduction 13 3.2 Types of cyber crimes 14 4. IMPORTANT SECTIONS OF IT ACT 15 5. ROLE OF IT IN BANKING 25 5.1 E-banking 26 6. NASSCOM 30 7. CYBER CRIME STATISTICS IN INDIA 33 8. CASE STUDIES 38 ...
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  • Cyberlaws in India
    Chapter 19 Cyber Laws in India Objectives: This chapter presents the meaning and definition of cyber crime, the legislation in India dealing with offences relating to the use of or concerned with the abuse of computers or other electronic gadgets. The Information Technology Act 2000 and the I.T. Amendment...
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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 UNIVERSITY...
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  • Increasing Bank Frauds and Cyber Crimes
    definition, white-collar crime refers to a relatively uniform behaviour involving actions undertaken by individuals to contribute to the financial success of the organization. They violate the law for the firm. Yet the definition is loose. An offence would be called a white-collar crime insofar as it represents...
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  • Cyber Security
    CYBER SECURITY July 6th 2010, Anil Sagar- Director CERT- enlightening the first year student(PGP 10-12) on various aspects of Network Security. faculty of Information Technology in Business introduced the guest to the management students. Mr. Sagar initiated the lecture with the basic understanding...
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  • Money Laundering - a Financial Threat
    valuable items which were purchased during the layering process. Role of financial institutions in laundering money Money laundering is a financial crime. With the liberalization of the world economy and dismantling of various operations , the risk of money laundering has tremendously increased .Financial...
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  • Cyber Crime
    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 of India. Website:-...
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  • It Laws
    which adopted the Model Law on Electronic Commerce which was adopted by the United Nations on International Trade Law. Following the UN Resolution, India passed the Information Technology Act 2000 in May 2000 and notified it for effectiveness on October 17, 2000. As Amended by Information Technology...
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  • Strengthening Cyber Security
    partnership of government and one or more private sector companies. These schemes are sometimes referred to as PPP or P3. In some types of PPP, the government uses tax revenue to provide capital for investment, with operations run jointly with the private sector or under contract (see contracting out). In...
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  • Cyber Security India
    Cyber Threats: An Evolving and Pernicious Global Menace Facts and figures • After China and the U.S., India has the highest number of Internet users. There are also an estimated over 381 million mobile phone subscriptions with Internet connectivity. In the list of online infection risk India ranks...
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  • Banking and Data Protection
    taken place with the advent of e-commerce in areas such as banking, finance, governance etc. Banking has been revolutionized and the effects of this are now being felt in the nations which can’t be regarded as major players in e-commerce. E-banking law preceded the first rudimentary forms of electronic...
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  • Cybercrime, The Challenge To Internet Banking: A Case Study of Ghana and Nigeria.
    Introduction Cyber-crime is a generic term that refers to all criminal activities done using the medium of computers, the Internet, cyber space and the worldwide web. There isn’t really a fixed definition for cyber-crime. The Nigerian Harmonized Cyber Security Bill of 2011 explains Cyber Crime as all crime emarginated...
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  • Bank Manager'a Words
    day to day banking business ? Answer:- We have proper fund transfer NEFT-RTGS,ECS ATM. Q6) What kind of service you provide to your NRI customer? Answer:- No .Our bank not provide NRI facilities to customer . Q7) Do you have any protection system for detecting fraud or crimes? Answer:-...
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  • Managing Corporate Frauds
    almost every country in the world, in almost every sector, including banking, insurance, telecom, automobile industry, health, and the list is endless. Corporate frauds or financial crimes or financial frauds can be classified as white-collar crimes, which represent the illegal acts that are characterized...
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  • IT industry
    Induction of IT in India Today, India is well know globally for its deep-rooted knowledge in the field of Information Technology. It has a highly reputed workforce in the IT industry which is on high demand all over the world. In 1992, when the Government tried to introduce IT in India, huge public protest...
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  • Core Banking Solutions
    of the Project: Importance And Applications Of Core Banking Solutions (CBS) Objectives of the Project Work: The major objectives of this project work are to: • To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of CBS over traditional banking system • To explore the technology used in...
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