Monthly Archives: April 2017

Cyber Crime against women in Hyderabad | The Siasat Daily

Hyderabad: Recently no of cases are being reported in Hyderabad, of jilted ex-lovers, who are hell bent on taking revenge on their former partners, by sharing their intimate, personal pictures and videos on stream.

Around 60 complaints have been filed in the past six months in Hyderabad, Cyberabad, Ranhakonda zones, of men sharing intimate media of women on stream without their consent.

The police addresses the women to be cautious about sharing their pictures with anyone through any means, now that the technology is become a necessity of daily life, it alerts women to be more careful than ever.

Looking into the rising issue of revenge-porn in both the cities, Police is making videos of awareness for women soon to be streamed online and in theatres

Though police regularly takes down such photos and videos

Read more at: https://www.siasat.com/news/cyber-crime-women-hyderabad-1177639/

Cyber Crime against women in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Recently no of cases are being reported in Hyderabad, of jilted ex-lovers, who are hell bent on taking revenge on their former partners, by sharing their intimate, personal pictures and videos on stream.

Around 60 complaints have been filed in the past six months in Hyderabad, Cyberabad, Ranhakonda zones, of men sharing intimate media of women on stream without their consent.

The police addresses the women to be cautious about sharing their pictures with anyone through any means, now that the technology is become a necessity of daily life, it alerts women to be more careful than ever.

Looking into the rising issue of revenge-porn in both the cities, Police is making videos of awareness for women soon to be streamed online and in theatres

Though police regularly takes down such photos and videos

Read more at: https://www.siasat.com/news/cyber-crime-women-hyderabad-1177639/

Cyber-Criminals Gear Attacks Towards Political Sabotage

 

As cyber-crime increases relentlessly, it only tells how they’re at par with physical crime in terms of danger. We find a global reach of cyber-attacks which are getting increasingly complex and sophisticated. During 2016, cyber-crimes rose to an unprecedented high. Indeed as the new Internet Security Threat Report by Symantec outlines, 2016 will be remembered for the extraordinary assaults that occurred, some being virtual bank loots worth multi-million dollars as well as others clear efforts by state-backed syndicates towards stalling the process of presidential elections in USA.

 

Director Tarun Kaura for Symantec’s Solution Product Management dealing with APAJ (Asia-Pacific and Japan) says that the modern threat scenario is replete with innovation and sophistication, however, in 2017, Symantec has detected lateral movements in choice of targets and different motivation factors.

 

Moreover according to Kaura, the world witnessed how particular nations increased political manipulation twofold along with direct sabotage. Meanwhile, novel disruption levels

Read more at: http://www.spamfighter.com/News-20883-Cyber-Criminals-Gear-Attacks-Towards-Political-Sabotage.htm

Mumbai, Bengaluru Police: Winning War On Cyber Crime One …

New Delhi:  Gone are the days when the word police made one think of dusty files and outdated investigative techniques. Today, India’s police departments are up-to-date and Internet-savvy. Not only do they address relevant issues like cyber safety, they also use innovative ways of doing it. Case in point, the Bengaluru and Mumbai police departments and their creative posters on online safety. While the Bengaluru City Police used a viral snake picture in its campaign against online fraud, the Mumbai Police used a clever Friends reference. Needless to say, they’ve both found many fans on social media.

The Bengaluru City Police uses the snake as an example to warn citizens that online fraudsters too often hide in plain sight
 

Mumbai, Bengaluru Police: Winning War On Cyber Crime One Tweet At A Time

New Delhi:  Gone are the days when the word police made one think of dusty files and outdated investigative techniques. Today, India’s police departments are up-to-date and Internet-savvy. Not only do they address relevant issues like cyber safety, they also use innovative ways of doing it. Case in point, the Bengaluru and Mumbai police departments and their creative posters on online safety. While the Bengaluru City Police used a viral snake picture in its campaign against online fraud, the Mumbai Police used a clever Friends reference. Needless to say, they’ve both found many fans on social media.

The Bengaluru City Police uses the snake as an example to warn citizens that online fraudsters too often hide in plain sight
 

Sterling Bank Fraud: Court Remands Blogger, Whistleblower for ‘Cyber Stalking’

A Federal High Court in Lagos on Friday remanded a Nigerian blogger and publisher of online news medium Secrets Reporters, Tega Oghenedoro aka “Fejiro Oliver”, and a former staff in the Customer Care Department of Sterling Bank-turned whistle-blower, Mr. Dennis Ukpabi, in Ikoyi Prison for publishing articles online which exposed a massive fraud at the Corporate Headquarters of the bank between 2014 and 2015.

The court, Justice Mohammed Idris, presiding, remanded both men after the Nigeria Police Force arraigned them on a five-count charge bothering on alleged acts of “Cyber Stalking” punishable under the provisions of Section 24 of the Cyber Crimes (Prohibition and Prevention, etc.) Act 2015.

The defendants pleaded not guilty to all the charges after which the prosecuting counsel who is also a Superintendent of Police, Mr. J. Oloruntoba, asked the court to remand them in prison custody. Frantic efforts

Read more at: http://www.signalng.com/sterling-bank-fraud-court-remands-blogger-whistleblower-cyber-stalking/

Russia’s risky strategy for recruiting hackers is also incredibly effective — and the US is lagging behind

http://www.businessinsider.com/us-counter-russian-influence-campaigns-2017-4?utm_source=hearstutm_medium=referralutm_content=allverticals


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Blogger and Former Sterling Bank Employee Land in Ikoyi Prison for …

A blogger, Fejiro Oliver and a former Sterling Bank employee, Dennis Ukpabi were on Friday, arraigned before a Federal High Court in Lagos for alleged cyber-stalking.

Ukpabi and Oliver pleaded not guilty to a five-count charge bordering on cyber-stalking which is prohibited by Section 24 of the Cybercrime (Prohibition and Prevention etc) Act, 2015.

The former Sterling Bank employee was said to have published a book titled ‘The Whistleblower’ in which he accused some employees of the bank – Adekanla Desalu, Eguru Nyenke, Janet Akpan and Kojusola Ajao – of fraud.

In his book, Ukpabi further accused an executive director at the bank of sexual exploitation. He claimed one of his former colleagues accused of fraud was promoted because she was dating the executive director.

The first count of the charge against the accused persons read: “That you Dennis Ukpabi and Tega Oghenero between 1st – 13th February, 2017

Read more at: https://www.olisa.tv/2017/04/blogger-former-sterling-bank-employee-land-cyber-stalking-whistleblowing/

Blogger and Former Sterling Bank Employee Land in Ikoyi Prison for ‘Whistleblowing’

A blogger, Fejiro Oliver and a former Sterling Bank employee, Dennis Ukpabi were on Friday, arraigned before a Federal High Court in Lagos for alleged cyber-stalking.

Ukpabi and Oliver pleaded not guilty to a five-count charge bordering on cyber-stalking which is prohibited by Section 24 of the Cybercrime (Prohibition and Prevention etc) Act, 2015.

The former Sterling Bank employee was said to have published a book titled ‘The Whistleblower’ in which he accused some employees of the bank – Adekanla Desalu, Eguru Nyenke, Janet Akpan and Kojusola Ajao – of fraud.

In his book, Ukpabi further accused an executive director at the bank of sexual exploitation. He claimed one of his former colleagues accused of fraud was promoted because she was dating the executive director.

The first count of the charge against the accused persons read: “That you Dennis Ukpabi and Tega Oghenero between 1st – 13th February, 2017

Read more at: https://www.olisa.tv/2017/04/blogger-former-sterling-bank-employee-land-cyber-stalking-whistleblowing/

Drones and fighting cyber crime make for good business inside the Boole Technology Centre

The first few firms have set up camp in Lincoln’s new £6.5m Boole Technology Centre , a place where the ideas of academics could be transformed into profits for businesses.

So far, four companies have moved in and 14 other units are available in phase one of the office, laboratory and workshop facility comprising 36,000 square ft of commercial space.

They are: aerospace and defence company Metis Aerospace which specialises in drones technology, KryptoKloud cyber intelligence and network protection firm, Tenantia, which develops software for the property lettings industry, and biopharmaceutical company Nutra Pharma.

READ MORE: Massive 7,300 jobs plan for Lincolnshire revealed

Built around the former Ruston-Bucyrus substation off Beevor Street, the centre at Lincoln Science and Innovation Park (LSIP), is named after George Boole, the grandfather of the digital age.

Boole was born in Lincoln in 1815 and the self-taught son of a boot maker revolutionised mathematics.

He defined the algebraic

Read more at: http://www.lincolnshirelive.co.uk/drones-and-fighting-cyber-crime-make-for-good-business-inside-the-boole-technology-centre/story-30281060-detail/story.html