• Technology and the Impact on Cybersecurity
    Technology and the Impact of Cyber Security Cyber security is one of the most significant issues facing world leaders today. Besides, threats from cyber attacks pose serious challenges to global network. In fact, most governments recognize the need to implement cyber security in Information and...
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  • Cyber Crime
    PROJECT ASSIGNMENT PG DIPLOMA IN CYBER LAWS MODULE-IV CYBER CRIMES AND INDIAN LAWS SUBMITTED BY: KETAN MAHETA ID NO. CLM40_09 2009-10 | Description |Page No. | | ...
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  • The Growing Problem of White Collar Crimes in India
    The Growing Problem of White Collar Crimes in India “The practitioners of evil, the hoarders, the profiteers, the black marketers and speculators are the worst enemies of our society. They have to be dealt with sternly, however well placed important and influential they may be; if we acquiesce...
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  • Cyber Laws
    OVERVIEW OF CYBER LAWS IN INDIA Index 1. Introduction 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. History of Internet and World Wide Web Need for cyber law Cyber crime on the rise Important terms related to cyber law 2. Cyber law in India 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. Need for cyber law in India History of cyber law in India Information...
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  • Cyber Security
    CYBER CRIMES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY R.M. Kamble∗ C.Vishwapriya∗∗ Introduction Information is a resource which has no value until it is extracted, processed and utilized. Information technology deals with information system, data storage, access, retrieval, analysis and intelligent decision...
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  • Frauds and Ethics
    to make them tamper-proof. In the UK, ICC Financial Investigation Bureau, the Fraud Intelligence Bureau, and DCPCU (The Dedicated Check and Plastic Crime Unit) have been set up to deal with ATM frauds. To safeguard consumer's interests, Japan has implemented regulations that direct financial organizations...
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  • Scams in Bank
    to a contract. * Banking Frauds constitute a considerable percentage of white-collar offences being probed by the police. Unlike ordinary thefts and robberies, the amount misappropriated in these crimes runs into lakhs and crores of rupees. * Bank fraud is a federal crime in many countries, defined...
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  • Environment Analysis
    CHAPTER II ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS OF BANKING INDUSTRY Meaning of Environment Analysis Environment analysis means scanning information about an organization‟s internal and external environment to plan the organization‟s future course of action. Environmental understanding helps to avoid shocks, recognize...
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  • Inms
    Cyber Crime: Issues and Solutions for America University of Maryland University College INMS 600, 15 August 2012 Introduction Framing the Issue “Researchers have uncovered yet another state-sponsored computer espionage operation that uses state-of-the-art software to extract a wealth of sensitive...
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  • Chapter 3 Literature Review
    the Indian economy. Indian Banking Industry today is in the midst of an IT revolution. Nearly, all the nationalised banks in India are going for information technology based solutions. The application of IT in Banks has reduced the scope of traditional or conventional banking with manual operations....
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  • Cybercrime
    Proposals for the government's ‘Cyber Crime Strategy' have been detailed in a brief House of Commons statement. The parliamentary under-secretary of state for the Home Department, Alan Campbell, claimed that cyber crime is a large and growing problem and is responsible for a significant amount of social...
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  • Monel Laundering
    Controlling Money Laundering in India – Problems and Perspectives Vijay Kumar Singh Assistant Professor of Law Hidayatullah National Law University Raipur, Chhattisgarh To be presented at the 11th Annual Conference on Money and Finance in the Indian Economy on 23-24 January 2009 At the Indira...
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  • banking ombudsman scheme
    Banking Ombudsman [1] is a quasi judicial authority functioning under India’s Banking Ombudsman Scheme 2006, and the authority was created pursuant to the a decision by the Government of India to enable resolution of complaints of customers of banks relating to certain services rendered by the banks...
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  • cyber crime
    A PAPER PRESENTED ON: CYBER LAWS IN PAKISTAN; A SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS AND WAY FORWARD June 24, 2006 Presented by: Zibber Mohiuddin President and CEO ERICSSON PAKISTAN (PVT.) LTD. . TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 2 Abstract ......................................................................
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  • Haha
    CYBER ASPECTS OF ASYMMETRIC WARFARE “Keystroke is mightier than the sword” THEME The present age is witnessing the evolution and growth of a new form of warfare, consistent with the developments in the global geo-strategic environment, called ‘asymmetric’. Asymmetric...
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  • Cybercrime and Its Impact in Bangladesh
    Mosharrof, Mahedi ID. 11-19794-3 ii Preface Cyber and technology related crime is on the increase and current trends indicate that it will be a significant issue in Bangladesh. It has already been seen that a glomming...
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  • Cyber Law India
    Cyber law Cyber law (also referred to as Cyberlaw) is a term used to describe the legal issues related to use of communications technology, particularly "cyberspace", i.e. the Internet. It is less a distinct field of law in the way that property or contract are, as it is an intersection of many legal...
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  • Banking Service
    BANKING SERVICES IN INDIA I. HISTORY OF BANKING IN INDIA There are three different phases in the history of banking in India. 1) Pre-Nationalization Era. 2) Nationalization Stage. 3) Post Liberalization Era. 1) Pre-Nationalization Era: In India the business of banking and...
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  • Cyber Offences Under Information Technology Act, 2000 a Critical Assessment
    CYBER OFFENCES UNDER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2000 A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT Submitted By Khushbu Bala CHAPTER - 1 INTRODUCTION Introduction Internet has made revolutionary changes in almost every walk of life. The diffusion and proliferation...
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  • cyber crime
    Information Technology is termed as ‘Computer Laws’ or ‘Information Technology Laws’ or ‘Cyber laws’. The term ‘cyber crime’ is a misnomer. The concept of cyber crime is not radically different from the concept of conventional crime. Both include conduct whether act or omission, which cause breach of rules of law...
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