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Cyber Crime and Cyber Security- Prevention and Control with Respect to Indian Cyber Laws (Published)

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

Keywords: Control, Cyber Crime, Protection, Risk, act, cyber law, cyber-space, elimination


The paper focuses on the significance of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Nigeria with a view to ascertaining the legal and regulatory framework put in place and their consistency with international best practices. ISPs are a company that provides users and companies, corporation and government accesses to internet, creation of website and virtual hosting. ISPs used devices in the communication technology to install accesses links to internet in an area. Some of the larger ISPs operate a high-speed broadband. The paper examines ISPs as service providers to internet networks across the globe for the purpose of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). The paper adopts doctrinal methodology approach wherein the relevant data collected was analysed and the finding brought out. The findings of the paper reveals that ISPs are conducting their businesses within the legal and regulatory frameworks put in place by the government and that they are duty bound to maintain a register of customers and monitor the activities of such customers and report any suspicious activities. It further reveals that Nigeria has the basic regulatory framework in monitoring the ISPs, but needs more in other to fight cyber crimes and competes globally. Therefore, the paper recommends that there should be a strong hold relationship between the law enforcement agencies and the ISPs so as to curb the menace of cybercrime. It further recommends that main ISPs should lead and enhance the way of ensuring reliability, integrity and security of the internet as a critical infrastructure and so does the others. That as a matter of urgency, the Bills before the National Assembly relating to ISPs be enacted into law in other to complement other relevant laws and to also enable Nigeria build business trust and benefits from international investment.

Keywords: Cyber Crime, Internet, Internet Service Providers, Telecommunication


The harm arising from cybercrime and technology misuse in our society is on the increase and is rapidly claiming attentions both nationally and internationally. The consequence of a single successful cyber attack can have far-reaching implications which may involve huge financial losses, theft of intellectual property, loss of confidence and trust between sellers and customer which eventually affects the economy of a nation. The purpose of this study is to explore the overall view of what cybercrime connotes and the various means through which they manifest in our society. The paper also analyzed the impacts of these crimes and proposed mitigating measures on how it can be alleviated to the barest level if not utterly eradicated from our society.

Keywords: Computer, Crime, Cyber Crime, Technology Misuse