Monthly Archives: October 2017

SANS Institute Refuses to apologize for its mistake in depicting India Map

For the last few days, security professionals are demanding that Sans Institute should apologize for depicting a wrong map of India in one of their conferences showing POK as not part of India and for not admitting their error even … Continue reading

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Modi in Dharmasthala… Has he got the enlightenment that Bitcoin is the biggest threat to tackle after Demonetization ?

Yesterday was a historic day in Karnataka when Prime Minister Mr Modi visited the sacred town of Dharmasthala and offered his prayers to Lord Manjunatheshwara. The humility with which Mr Modi appeared not only in the temple but also before … Continue reading

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Demonetize Crypto Currencies on November 8, 2017… Arun Jaitely Ji….

I welcome the move of the Government to celebrate November 8, 2017 as “Anti Black Money Day”. While politically, this is a reply to the opposition who wants to oppose the demonetization, I want Modi Government and Mr Arun Jaitely … Continue reading

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Calling attention of MeitY, Supreme Court and Genuine PIL Lawyers…

We have seen that frequently PIL lawyers approach Courts including the honourable Supreme Court on matters pertaining to changes required in Cyber Law. Supreme Court is highly responsive when there is a petition against the Government and celebrity advocates take … Continue reading

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Complaint to be filed against State Bank of India Aizwal Branch and IIT Powai Branch

It was brought to my attention yesterday that an IT professional in Bangalore had ordered a Mac Air Book online and made payments to two individuals having accounts in SBI Aizwal and SBIĀ , IIT Powai branches. It appears from the … Continue reading

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How Do We Improve Cyber Crime Management System in India?.. Need for a Survey

As India is taking more and more digital initiatives in E Commerce, E Banking and now the Digital Payment mechanisms, there is an increasing fear that Cyber Crimes will continue to grow. In the recent times, Cyber Crimes are also … Continue reading

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