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  • 1. Submitted By – Yash
  • 2. Introduction to Cyber crime
    • Computer Crime, E-Crime, Hi-Tech Crime or Electronic Crime is where a computer is the target of a crime or is the means adopted to commit a crime.
    • Criminals undertake different ways to commit criminal activities such as fraud, theft, blackmail and forgery using the new medium, Internet.
  • 3. Cyber Threat Evolution Breaking Web Sites Malicious Code (Melissa) Advanced Worm / Trojan (I LOVE YOU) Identity Theft (Phishing) Organised Crime Data Theft, DoS / DDoS 1995 2000 2003-04 2005-06 2007-08 1977 Virus
  • 4. Types of Cyber crimes
    • Credit card frauds
    • Cyber pornography
    • Sale of illegal articles-narcotics, weapons, wildlife
    • Intellectual Property crimes- software piracy, copyright violation, trademarks violations, theft of computer source code
    • Phishing
    • Forgery
    • Cyber terrorism
  • 5. Security Incidents reported during 2008
  • 6. Non Reporting-causes of Cyber crime in India
    • 60% feared negative publicity
    • 23% did not know police equipped to handle cyber crimes
    • 9% feared further cyber attacks
    • 8% had no awareness of cyber laws
    • False arrest concerns
  • 7. Law Enforcement
    • Section 66: Hacking
    • Destruction, deletion, alteration, diminishing value or utility or injuriously affecting information residing in a computer resource
    • Punishment
    • Imprisonment up to three years, and fine up to Rs.2 lakh
    • Section 70: Protected System
      • Securing unauthorised access or attempting to secure unauthorised access to protected system
      • Punishment
        • Imprisonment up to 10 years and fine
  • 8. Sec. 67. Pornography
      • Publishing or transmitting or causing to be published
      • in the electronic form,
      • Obscene material
    • Punishment
      • On first conviction
        • imprisonment of either description up to five years and
        • fine up to Rs. 1 lakh
      • On subsequent conviction
        • imprisonment of either description up to ten years and
        • fine up to Rs. 2 lakh
  • 9. Arms Act Online sale of Arms Sec. 383 IPC Web - Jacking NDPS Act Online sale of Drugs Sec 416, 417, 463 IPC Email spoofing Sec 420 IPC Bogus websites, cyber frauds Sec 463, 470, 471 IPC Forgery of electronic records Sec 499, 500 IPC Sending offensive messages by email Sec 503 IPC Sending threatening messages by email
  • 10. Better Enforcement initiatives
    • Mumbai Cyber lab is a joint initiative of Mumbai police and NASSCOM –more exchange and coordination of this kind
    • More Public awareness campaigns
    • Training of police officers to effectively combat cyber crimes
  • 11.
    • More Cyber crime police cells set up across the country
    • Websites aid in creating awareness and encouraging reporting of cyber crime cases.
    • Specialised Training of forensic investigators and experts
    • Active coordination between police and other law enforcement agencies and authorities is required.