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2010-06-03 06:10:24 - Prasad Nair
I am an information security professional
Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad, U.P. is provided an extensive 2 year MS program in "Cyber Laws and Information Security."

This course is framed with International information security domains defined by www.isc2.org, and also the ISO standard "ISO/IEC 27001" is also the part of the curriculum. contact me if u wish to know more "rianise@gmail.com"


2010-05-15 11:25:13 -
I want to do certification in cyber security.Please tell me perfect Institution in India or in foreign.


2010-04-07 13:37:23 - Josh
Cyber security of India is pathetic and whatever initiatives and actions have been taken in this regard have been taken by private institutions like Perry4Law. Thanks Mr. Praveen Dalal for this good peace of work and the latest initiative titled cyber security research centre of India [http://perry4law.com/ptlb/cs.html].


2010-01-20 22:14:36 -
Still i am working on network security and i want to be EC COUNCIL CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKER. But in india i feel that there is no scopes for CEH because is a igonered world in india....

so whats your advise india will move toward this ignored world or not?


2010-01-15 08:14:25 -
India has no platform to Study CEH.


2009-09-09 09:24:09 -
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2009-07-21 02:35:11 -
Hello,

I want to do a course in Cyber crime in Chennai. Can anyone let me know the institude where I can learn it.


2009-07-14 04:11:24 -
I want to choose cyber security topic for phd research i want a platform for working area in maharashtra
also i want more letest articles from journals to study


2009-04-21 05:40:16 -
there should be some mean through which youth of India can be educated to Cyber Security.... We are not thought it in our college so from where should we gain this knowledge on Cyber Security..


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2009-03-17 10:10:14 - RS
I had an opportunity to "train" a group of higher level officers (Crime Scene Investigators) from Delhi Police held in a university campus a few months ago. I was shocked to see the computer knowledge level of the officers as they themselves confessed that often when their team members have been asked to confiscate the computer found at the Crime scene, they have ended up bringing the monitor only with them. Also the kind of questions i faced were like "what is Linux/Windows"; "In which part of the computer does information reside?" etc.
This was the time when Aarushi double-murder case had just got over, and police had not even cared to confiscate her computer in the early part of investigation.
I strongly suggest that the either Indian police should bring up a highly qualified team of Cyber Forensic expert officers or they should get good quality cyber forensic education for their existing officers and ensure that they have the knowledge of cyber crimes and cyber laws in the country.


2008-10-31 00:43:03 -
India is notoriously infamous for its indifference and careless attitude. I was going through a post available at http://computerforensicsinindia.blogspot.com/2008/10/digital-life-privacy-trust-cyber.html and was surprised to see the “real face” of ICT position in India. I wonder whether the conferences and seminars are failing in their purpose or is the government of India not considering the precious outputs out of such conferences?

I wish to put forward few lines from the above article without infringing the copyright of the same and acknowledging the attributions of this passage to Mr. Praveen Dalal. It goes like this “India seems to be treading all the way to a wrong path that may be justified only by ignorance and indifference. The Cyber Security Strategy of India is highly defective. The result is a weak Critical ICT Infrastructure Protection in India. Critical Infrastructure in India needs both protection and management in the larger interest of India. The ICT Trends in India-2006, ICT Trends in India-2007, Cyber Security Trends By PTLB 2007, IPRs Trends in India, 2007, Cyber Forensics Trends in India, 2008, etc all are pointing towards defective and inadequate ICT Strategies and Polices at the National Level. A continued ignorance of these issues is resulting in an ICT Emergency in India”.


2008-08-27 05:59:15 - Gunjan
We must first build capacity for legal enablement of ICT systems in India before taking any promising e-governance venture. India is infamous for its weak cyber law (IT Act, 2000) and ineffective e-governance. A crucial truth that India failed to appreciate is that e-governance in India is useless till we are capable of securing it as well. Without the crucial capabilities in the fields of cyber security and cyber forensics, India is heading towards a big trouble. Even the basic “e-mail tracking” procedures are sometimes posed as a big challenge before the law enforcement in India. Interestingly, some of the legal experts have shown their support for prosecuting owners of e-mail addresses and Internet Protocol addresses relying upon “common law principles” not knowing exactly the nature of the Internet.


2008-08-27 05:58:39 - Gunjan
We must first build capacity for legal enablement of ICT systems in India before taking any promising e-governance venture. India is infamous for its weak cyber law (IT Act, 2000) and ineffective e-governance. A crucial truth that India failed to appreciate is that e-governance in India is useless till we are capable of securing it as well. Without the crucial capabilities in the fields of cyber security and cyber forensics, India is heading towards a big trouble. Even the basic “e-mail tracking” procedures are sometimes posed as a big challenge before the law enforcement in India. Interestingly, some of the legal experts have shown their support for prosecuting owners of e-mail addresses and Internet Protocol addresses relying upon “common law principles” not knowing exactly the nature of the Internet.


2008-08-26 07:19:51 - KINDLY SUPPORT US
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