INTERNET OF THINGS & CYBER SECURITY LAW
Internet of Things (IOT) as a phenomenon seems to have become an integral part of our lives. We are getting more dependent on Internet of Things (IOT) devices. The Internet of Things (IOT) presents boundless new opportunities for all stakeholders. However, cyber security breaches are rampant on the Internet of Things (IOT).
The absence of global agreement on cyber security standards for Internet of Things (IOT) effectively means that cyber criminals are having a field day. Hence, trying to regulate cyber security in Internet of Things (IOT) needs to become a top most priority from the governance standpoint. It is in this context that the regulation of cyber security in Internet of Things (IOT) has started assuming immense significance.
RANSOMWARE & CYBERLAW
Ransomware is one of the increasing complex phenomenon that one is beginning to see in cyberspace these days. Ransomware focuses on depriving entities of legitimate access to their data till such time they pay ransom for the same. Ransomware attacks are constantly increasing in their frequency and contribute to growing economic losses by corporate. Ransomware attacks have begun to throw up various legal, policy and regulatory issues and challenges. These challenges and issues are of immense significance, as the same tantamount to important aspects which require consideration by all stakeholders.
This book seeks to analyse various complicated legal, policy and regulatory issues concerning ransomware. It seeks to highlight the various distinct legal challenges that stakeholders are facing, given the constant onslaught of ransomware attacks by cyber criminals.
FAKE NEWS & CYBER LEGAL APPROACHES IN INDIA
India has been seeing a dramatic increase in fake news over the last many years. From merely being a western phenomenon, fake news has got itself entrenched as an integral element of the Indian information ecosystem. Given the fact that as India adds more users to its internet user base, there is increasing propensity amongst people to take for granted, what they see online as correct.
Consequently, fake news has begun to start having an impact not just upon social media, internet and cyberspace but also in the physical world activities and events.