What is Cyber Security?

Cybersecurity services refer to professional services and solutions aimed at protecting computer systems, networks, data, and information from unauthorized access, attacks, or breaches. These services are designed to enhance the security posture of organizations and ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their digital assets. Here are some common cybersecurity services provided by specialized firms or experts:

Hiring a cybersecurity service provider is of paramount importance in today's digital landscape. Hiring a cybersecurity service provider brings significant advantages in terms of expertise, comprehensive security, cost-effectiveness, compliance, risk management, and peace of mind. It enables organizations to enhance their security posture and protect their valuable assets in an increasingly complex and challenging digital environment.

Ultimately, the decision to choose a cyber security service provider is based on your specific needs, budget, and risk profile. You should conduct thorough research, assess their requirements, and evaluate potential providers to find the one that best aligns with their goals and objectives.

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Section 65 - Tampering with computer source documents
Section 65 of the IT Act defines the offense of tampering with computer source documents as the intentional act of concealing, destroying, or altering the source code of a computer program.
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Section 66 – Hacking with computer system
Under Section 66 of the IT Act, various cybercrimes concerning computer resources, such as hacking, are subject to penalties. Hacking involves dishonestly or fraudulently accessing a computer resource without the owner's permission.
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Section 66A – Publishing offensive, false or threatening information
Sending information via a computer resource that is grossly offensive, menacing, or known to be false with the intent to cause annoyance, inconvenience, danger, obstruction, or insult.
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Section 66B – Receiving stolen computer or communication device
Anyone who knowingly receives or keeps a stolen computer resource or communication device, with the knowledge or belief that it is stolen, shall be subject to punishment.
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Section 66C – Using password of another person
Using the electronic signature, password, or any other unique identification feature of another person in a fraudulent or dishonest manner is a punishable offense. The offender may face imprisonment for a term of up to three years.
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Section 66D – Cheating using computer resource
Anyone who engages in cheating through personation using any communication device or computer resource shall be subject to punishment. The offense may result in imprisonment for a term of up to three years and a fine of up to one lakh rupees.
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Section 66E –Publishing private images of others
Intentionally or knowingly capturing, publishing, or transmitting an image of a person's private area without their consent, in a manner that violates their privacy, is considered a punishable offense. The offender may face imprisonment.
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Section 66F – Act of cyber terrorism
Section 66F of the Information Technology Act deals with cyber terrorism and was introduced in 2008 with several amendments. These changes were prompted by the infamous 26/11 terror attack, which serves as a notable instance of cyber network abuse.
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Section 67 – Publishing information which is obscene in e-form
Anyone who publishes, transmits, or causes to be published or transmitted any material in electronic form containing sexually explicit acts or conduct may face punishment. Upon the first conviction, the offender may be subjected to imprisonment.
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Section 67A – Publishing images containing sexual acts
On the first conviction, anyone found publishing, transmitting, or causing to be published or transmitted electronically any material containing sexually explicit acts or conduct may be subject to imprisonment for up to five years and fine up to ten lakh rupees.
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Section 67B – Publishing child obscenity or predating children online
Section 67B of the Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000 is an Indian law that makes it a criminal offense to publish, transmit, or cause the transmission of sexually explicit content depicting children.
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Section 67C– Failure to maintain records
Any intermediary who intentionally or knowingly violates the provisions of the mentioned sub-section shall be subject to punishment, which may include imprisonment for a term of up to three years and a fine. Know more about Section 67C. Contact Us.
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Section 68 – Failure/refusal to comply with orders
The Controller has the authority to issue an order to a Certifying Authority or any of its employees, directing them to take specific measures or cease particular activities as stated in the order. These measures are necessary to ensure compliance with the provisions of this Act, rules.
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Section 69 – Failure/refusal to decrypt data
Under Section 69 of the IT Act, the government has the authority to issue content-blocking orders to various online intermediaries, including Internet Service Providers (ISPs), telecom service providers, web hosting services, search engines, and online marketplaces.
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Section 70 – Securing access to a protected system
The government, by issuing a notification in the Official Gazette, has the power to declare any computer resource that impacts the Critical Information Infrastructure's functioning, whether directly or indirectly, as a protected system. Under this act.
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Section 71 – Misrepresentation
If any individual misrepresents information or withholds material facts from the Controller or the Certifying Authority in an attempt to obtain a license or Digital Signature Certificate, it is considered an offense. And goes under Section 71 Know more about Section 71. Contact Us.

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