A bench comprising Chief Justice N V Ramana and Justices Surya Kant and Hima Kohli took note of the plea that despite the assurance of the West Bengal government that the Lokur panel would not proceed with the inquiry, the commission has commenced its work.
From COVID-19 pandemic to culture of silence, why India is failing to protect children from online sexual abuse
To create safe digital spaces for our children and adolescents, policymakers, law enforcement agencies, civil society organizations, communities, the private sector, and experts need to come together
The Centre said the law empowers it to expect such platforms to create a safe cyberspace and counter illegal content either themselves or by assisting the law enforcement agencies
When people become victim of cyber fraud, many stay quiet while others cry over it. But one can get the entire amount back, by following some simple steps.
'Facebook harms children, weakens democracy': Whistleblower criticises company, urges stricter govt oversight
Frances Haugen, testifying to the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, laid responsibility for the company’s profits-over-safety strategy right at the top, with CEO Mark Zuckerberg, but she also expressed empathy for Facebook’s dilemma.
According to Facebook, parents can help by repeatedly talking to their teens about the difference between appearance and reality.
The internal research pointed out that teenagers accused Instagram of increasing anxiety and depression.
Clubhouse denies allegation of data breach that claimed to leak 3.8 million phone numbers on dark web
The cybersecurity expert shared a screenshot where he revealed that the hacker is planning to host an auction of this leaked data on 4 September.
The value of Kremlin protection isn’t lost on the cybercriminals themselves. Earlier this year, a Russian-language dark-web forum lit up with criticism of a ransomware purveyor known only as 'Bugatti', whose gang had been caught in a rare US-Europol sting.
The Check Point Research report revealed that 32 firms globally were targeted via these vulnerabilities.
The two predominant types of spear-phishing attacks in these cases were using brand impersonation or employing business email compromise.
The phishing mails usually carried a link to a phishing website that promised early access to vaccinations in exchange for a payment.
Sushant Singh Rajput death: Rhea Chakraborty receives rape, murder threats online, requests cyber crime cell to intervene
Rhea Chakraborty writes she has been a victim of online abuse, name-calling, and slut-shaming since Sushant Singh Rajput's death
The hackers entice users to visit potentially malicious websites that are designed to install malware or steal passwords and personal information, said McAfee
BellTroX InfoTech Services, a Delhi-based cyber firm allegedly spied on politicians, investors worldwide
BellTroX bombarded its targets with tens of thousands of malicious emails, according to the data reviewed by Reuters.
The COVID-19-induced lockdown saw a spurt in crybercrimes in India with Kerala recording the highest number of cyberattacks during the period, according to an analysis of IT security solutions provider K7 Computing
In a bid to warn customers against fraudsters who may attempt to exploit the EMI moratorium scheme, leading banks are reaching out to their customers to caution them against ''EMI moratorium frauds'' and strongly advising them not to share sensitive information like OTP and PIN with imposters
Avoid utilising telephone customer service representatives to complete payment transactions.
North Korea's digital savvy comes to the fore: Internet use surges, helping to thwart US sanctions and fuel cybercrime
North Korea has vastly expanded its use of the internet in ways that enable its leader, Kim Jong-un, to evade a “maximum pressure” US sanctions campaign and turn to new forms of cybercrime to prop up his government, according to a new study
Glenn Greenwald charged with 'cybercrimes' in Brazil; 'will not be intimidated,' says award-winning journalist
Federal prosecutors in Brazil on Tuesday charged American journalist Glenn Greenwald with cybercrimes for his role in bringing to light cellphone messages that have embarrassed prosecutors and tarnished the image of an anti-corruption task force