The cyber legal frameworks have not yet elaborated upon the principles of digital legacy in the context of social media
Cases of cyber frauds have increased considerably during the Covid-19 pandemic as digital payments and social media engagement rose magnanimously
Banks have advised depositors to not believe in hearsay and make sure to verify the source of such messages, emails, calls, etc. before sharing any details
Here are five things you could do to protect yourself against cyber theft
The government announced tighter regulations for social media firms requiring them to remove any content flagged by authorities within 36 hours and setting up a complaint redressal mechanism with an officer being based in the country
Banks have reported a surge in cyber frauds and are trying to educate customers. Fraudsters are meanwhile devising new methods to cheat gullible people
The bank has alerted its customers against phishing attempts on all platforms from emails to matrimonial portals.
A credit freeze protects your credit report from any possible data breach. It eliminates the possibility of a scamster or fraudster beginning a credit account in your name.
There has been a rise in cyber frauds and heists in the past one year and individuals need to be vigilant
Bharti Airtel's CEO Gopal Vittal, in a letter to subscribers, said: "There has been a massive increase in cyber frauds. And as usual, fraudsters are always finding new ways to trick you."