Cyber Security for Lawyers: Inspirations from the UK

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Cyber Security for Lawyers: Inspirations from the UK

Information Technology (IT) has transformed how many industries used to function and businesses were run. To this paradigm shift, the judiciary and legal industry are not exceptions. This article is a part of our series on Cyber Security for Lawyers through which we aim to initiate a discussion on why cyber security is important for lawyers and suggest best practices … Read More

Corporate Data Theft in Cyber Space: Where does India Inc stand?

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Modern-day enterprises rely extensively on their IT infrastructure to conduct most of their business operations. In turn, they have a plethora of data that needs to be stored digitally. While some of the stored data may be publicly available, sensitive data like customers’ and employees’ personal information, trade secrets, intellectual property, email communication, algorithms for providing services, etc. must be … Read More

Comments on Draft Digital Information Security in Healthcare Act (DISHA)

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DISHA, Draft Digital Information Security in Healthcare Care

Undoubtedly, India is one country which is in the dire need for a data protection framework.  With the Committee of Experts chaired by Justice BN Srikrishna publishing the White Paper on Data Protection Framework for India (herein referred as the White Paper) in December 2017, the wheels have been indeed set in motion. And with the introduction of the draft bill of DISHA, we are surely headed in the right … Read More

Sent an obscene photo on a WhatsApp group?

Nitish ChandanLaw2 Comments

I’ve been struck with question about obscene content so many times that I feel writing about it is the best solution. I want to analyze this question on two different levels: Moral and Legal. We’ve come across cases where girls and guys have sent their private intimate pictures on WhatsApp groups “by mistake”. The very fact that they were meant … Read More