Monthly Archives: September 2014

Cyber Crime Insurance industry is waking up

Several years after Indian industry started demanding Cyber Crime Insurance, ¬†insurers appear to have realized that there is a potential business here worth exploring. (See article here). In our earlier article¬†we had highlighted that after the recent G Mail hacking … Continue reading

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Supreme Court clarifies on Evidentiary Aspects

Ever since ITA 2000 became a law in India (17th October 2000), discussions are being held on the admissibility of electronic evidence in a Court of law. Section 65B of the Indian Evidence Act laid down the procedure by which … Continue reading

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G Mail hacking news triggers interest in Cyber Insurance

The recent report on the compromise of 4.93 million passwords has triggered a renewed interest in Insurance against Data Security threats. According to this report in Indian Express, (See here), some of the BPOs in India have been showing interest … Continue reading

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Mumbai Adjudicator conducts E-Adjudication

In a commendable move, Mr Rajesh Aggarwal, Adjudicator of Maharashtra (IT Secretary) created a precedence in conducting an online adjudication session with litigants in Nagpur through video conferencing. Report Naavi has been advocating such an approach for a long time … Continue reading

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Hacking of G Mail passwords

Recently, it was reported in the media that more than 4.93 million gmail account passwords are hacked and released through torrrent. There was also a website which provided a verification of whether a particular email address was included in this … Continue reading

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