Electronic security and privacy are currently ruled by a completely ineffective regulatory body in India. The authority to prosecute and levy fines under the IT Act 2000 and the IT Amendment Act 2008 on non-compliance has slept for several years and relatively few major reforms have been made in recent years in the laws on cyber security, data security and identity safety. In 2013, the government drew up a national cyber security strategy, generating significant interest both in India and abroad, particularly as India was a growing outsourcing destination. Regrettably, reforms were not easily available for purposes that had such a detrimental effect on the government’s objective of timely, robust and strict regulations in these matters.The increasing spike in cybercrime produces over-dependent governments and technology firms. Today, cyber crime is rising.Wars between nations will move from military struggle to cyberspace in the immediate future. Cyber-battles can now be valuable weapons in the hands of global force rivals; cybercrime will also become a business for $1 million. We need straightforward and easy approaches to reduce cybercrime. To tackle cybercrime. While the suspects are still unfaced, they could be your neighbour next door, or in another urban area or world. This crime can be hard to control or dissuade. This form of crime may be directed toward governmental institutions, ministries and enterprises irrespective of scale and size. As free and open resources are available online and scripting will also allow children to download and run against any unknown targets without knowing what the attacker needs to do on a daily basis. Attack techniques are now sophisticated and there are more and more methods to detect the targets if not impossible.
Citation: Santosh Sambhajirao Pawar (2022) Cyber Crime and Cyber Security- Prevention and Control with Respect to Indian Cyber Laws, Global Journal of Politics and Law Research, Vol.10, No.5, pp.63-68
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