Cyber laws are defined as laws governing the inter relation of networks of computers.
Cyber Crime is not defined in Information Technology Act 2000 nor in the National Cyber Security Policy 2013 nor in any other regulation in India.
The Information Technology Act 2000 (the IT Act) read with the rules and regulations framed thereunder deal with cybersecurity and the cybercrimes associated therewith.
TYPES – Fraud , Malware , Phishing , Spyware , Hacking , etc.
NEED OF LAW-As the time passed by it became more transactional with e-business, e-commerce, e-governance and e-procurement etc. All legal issues related to internet crime are dealt with through cyber laws.
🎗️Why mobile phones are chosen for criminal activity?
- Our phones can be used to transfer money
- Device’s GPS capabilities make it prone to location data
- Some scams are specific to mobile.
🎗️Types of Mobile Based Crimes:-
1.Mobile Banking and Credit card information theft and fraud
2.Personal Information theft.
3.Phishing via mobile phones.
4.OTP based crimes.
5.Duplicate Apps,Malicious Apps
6.Fake messages send for causing harm