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    • SECURITY AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF IT FYUP Commerce Section - A Group Members – Anish (69) Namit (65) Prithvi (60) Ishan (49) Riya (71)
    • Contents  CYBER CRIME CYBER LAW IN INDIA CYBER SECURITY INITIATIVES TAKEN BY THE GOVERNMENT FOR PROMOTING CYBER SECURITY
    • • No definition specified in the Information Technology Act, 2000 or any other legislation • All criminal activities done using computers, the Internet, cyber space and the worldwide web(WWW) • Any offence in which a computer is used is a ‘cyber crime’.
    • Cyber Crimes Crimes against persons Crimes against individual property Crimes against government Cyberstalking, email spoofing, etc. Computer vandalism, trans mitting viruses, etc. Cyber terrorism
    • Cyber crimes punishable by law 1. Hacking • Unauthorised attempts to bypass the security mechanisms of an information system to gain access to programmes, data and network resources. • Punishment under IT (Amendment) Act, 2008: imprisonment upto three years or fine, upto five lakh rupees or both.
    • 2. Data Theft • Without permission of the owner, an attempt is made to download, copy or extract any data or information, from a computer system, network or any removable storage medium. 3. Spreading Viruses or Worms • Viruses are harmful programmes which can send a person’s data to a third party, delete data on a computer, mess up the system and render it unusable, install unwanted files on the system, etc.
    • 4. Identity Theft • A form of fraud in which a person pretends to be someone else by assuming the other person’s identity • Undertaken to access resources or obtain credit and other benefits in the victim’s name 5. E-mail spoofing • A technique used by hackers to send mails in which sender’s address and other parts of the email are altered. • This method is used to disguise the actual email address from which phishing and spam messages are sent • Motive: to trick users into providing personal and confidential information
    • Cyber Law Cyber Law is the law governing cyber space. Cyber space is a very wide term and includes computers, networks, software, data storage devices. Law holds the rules of conduct : That have been approved by the government, which are in force over a certain territory, and which must be obeyed by all persons on that territory.
    • Need For Cyber Law Cyberspace is an limitless dimension that is impossible to govern and regulate using conventional law. Cyberspace is absolutely open for participation by all.
    • A software source code worth crores of rupees or a movie can be pirated across the globe within hours of their release. Hence, to stop this type of crime and to govern the cyber space, various cyber laws were made.
    • CYBER LAWS IN INDIA • The Information Technology Act, 2000 • The Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2008
    • The Information Technology Act (2000) The primary source of cyber law in India is the Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act) which came into force on 17 October 2000. The primary purpose of the Act is to provide legal recognition to electronic commerce and to facilitate the filing of electronic records with the Government.
    • The IT act also penalizes various cyber crimes and provides strict punishments (imprisonment terms upto 10 years and compensation up to Rs.1 crore). Information Technology (Certifying Authority) Regulations, 2001 came into force on 9 July 2001. They provide further technical standards and procedures to be used by a Certifying Authority.
    • The Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2008 The Government of India has brought major amendments to ITA-2000 in form of the Information Technology Amendment Act, 2008. ITAA 2008 (Information Technology Amendment Act 2008) as the new version of Information Technology Act 2000 is often referred has provided additional focus on Information Security. It has added several new sections on offences including Cyber Terrorism and Data Protection. A set of Rules relating to Sensitive Personal Information and Reasonable Security Practices (mentioned in section 43A of the ITAA, 2008) was released in April 2011.
    •  Cyber security is a branch of computer security specifically related to the Internet.  It's objective is to establish rules and measure to use against attacks over the Internet.
    •  Defend us from critical attacks.  Browse the safe website.  Internet security process all the incoming and outgoing data on our computer. Security will defend from hacks and virus. The security developers will update their database every week once. Hence the new virus also deleted.
    • 1.Install OS/Software Updates 2.Run Anti-virus Software 3. Prevent Identity Theft 4. Protect Passwords 5. Avoid Spyware/Adware 6. Turn on Personal Firewalls 7. Back up Important Files
    •  Physically secure your computer by using security cables and locking doors and windows in the dorms and off-campus housing.  Avoid leaving your laptop unsupervised and in plain view in the library or coffee house, or in your car, dorm room or home.  Set up a user account and password to prevent unauthorized access to your computer files. 20
    • Prevention of Cyber Crimes by Firms and Individuals
    • Protect Your Credit Cards and Bank Accounts • This is a common area of fraud for everyone from sole proprietors to employee-based firms. Start by separating your personal banking and credit cards from your business accounts – this will ensure fraudsters don’t get their hands on your money. Separating your accounts will also make it easier to track your business expenses and report deductions on your tax return. • Make sure you use your card wisely. Don’t hand over your plastic or your card number to employees or companies with which you don’t have a familiar relationship. Switch to online bill pay or make sure you store paper bills securely
    • Secure Your IT Infrastructure • Every business owner should invest in a firewall as well as anti-virus, malware and spyware detection software. Backing-up is also a must and will make it a lot easier for you to continue working in the event of a cyber attack
    • Have a Password Policy • Another easy step you can take to protect your IT systems is to institute a password policy. • Make sure you and your employees change them regularly (every 60 to 90 days is good rule) • Set rules that ensure passwords are complex (i.e. contain one upper case letter, one number and must be a minimum of eight characters) • Use different passwords for different online and system accounts
    • Educate Your Staff • Employees are perhaps your biggest point of vulnerability when it comes to fraud, but they are also your first line of defense. Hold regular training sessions on basic security threats (online and off) and prevention measures – both for new hires and seasoned staff. Enforce the training by instituting policies that guide employees on the proper use and handling of company confidential information, including financial data, personnel and customer information.
    • INITIATIVES TAKEN BY THE GOVERNMENT FOR PROMOTING CYBER SECURITY India has started many good initiatives and formulated far reaching policies in the field of cyber security. However, their actual implementation is still missing and thereby making all these efforts futile. For instance, the Cyber Security Policy and The National Security Policy of India have been declared but their actual implementation in the cyber field is still missing. As a result, the cyber security of India is at great peril.
    • As noted earlier, the need for Cyber Security has been increasingly evident in the past 2-3 years. In this regard, Mr. Gulshan Rai was appointed as India’s first ever National Cyber Security Coordinator in May, 2013. The defence of cyberspace necessarily involves the forging of effective partnerships between the public organisations charged with ensuring the security of cyberspace and those who manage the use of this space by myriad users like government departments, banks, infrastructure, manufacturing and service enterprises and individual citizens.
    • Following are the initiatives taken by the government -: NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY POLICY 2013 :With an aim to monitor and protect information and strengthen defences from cyber attacks, the National Cyber Security Policy 2013 was released on July 2, 2013 by the Government of India. The policy calls for effective public and private partnership and collaborative engagements through technical and operational cooperation. The stress on public-private partnership is critical to tackling cyber threats through proactive measures and adoption of best practices besides creating a think tank for cyber security evolution in future.
    • • Another strategy which has been emphasized is the promotion of research and development in cyber security. Research and development of trustworthy systems and their testing, collaboration with industry and academia, setting up of ‘Centre of Excellence’ in areas of strategic importance from the point of view of cyber and R&D on cutting edge security technologies, are the hallmarks of this strategy laid down in the policy. • The policy also calls for developing human resource through education and training programmes, establishing cyber security training infrastructure through public private partnership and to establish institutional mechanisms for capacity building for law enforcement agencies. Creating a workforce of 500,000 professionals trained in cyber security in the next 5 years is also envisaged in the policy through skill development and training.
    •  Existing Counter Cyber Security Initiatives 1. National Informatics Centre (NIC) - A premier organisation providing network backbone and e-governance support to the Central Government, State Governments, Union Territories, Districts and other Governments bodies. It provides wide range of information and communication technology services including nation wide communication. Network for decentralized planning improvement in Government services and wider transparency of national and local governments. 2. Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (Cert-In)- Cert-In is the most important constituent of India's cyber community. Its mandate states, 'ensure security of cyber space in the country by enhancing the security communications and information infrastructure, through proactive action and effective collaboration aimed at security incident prevention and response and security assurance'.
    • 3. a) b) c) d) Indo-US Cyber Security Forum (IUSCSF) - Under this forum (set up in 2001) high power delegations from both side met and several initiatives were announced. Highlights are :Setting up an India Information Sharing and Analysis Centre (ISAC) for better cooperation in anti hacking measures. Ongoing cooperation between India's Standardization Testing and Quality Certification (STQC) and the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) would be expanded to new areas. The R&D group will work on the hard problems of cyber security. Cyber forensics and anti spasm research. Chalked the way for intensifying bilateral cooperation to control cyber crime - between the two countries.
    • Alliances of Cyber Security with other Nations to fight the cause as a global economy : With the increasing proliferation of information and communication technologies (ICTs) and the growing opportunity for real-time borderless exchange, cyber security is a complex transnational issue that requires global cooperation for ensuring a safe Internet. According to a 2011 Norton study, threats to cyberspace have increased dramatically in the past year afflicting 431 million adult victims globally – or 14 adults victims every second, one million cybercrime victims every day. In this regard, it can be mentioned that in addition to India’s ties with US, India also has ties for cyber security with China and South Korea ( confirmed on Jan 17, 2014 ).
    • • Cyber Security in India is still in its infancy. Global Awareness and the need for such a cause has been identified. With the number of Internet users increasing day by day, it is evident that India lags in providing cyber security to it’s internet users.
    • Group Members – Namit (65) Anish (69) Riya (71) Prithvi (60) Ishan (49)