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Empirical Study of Cyber Crimes in India using Data Analytics


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1 Gujarat Forensic Sciences University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India
2 NIFM, Institution of Ministry of Finance, Government of India, India
     

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The progression of technology has prepared man reliant on Internet for all his needs. Internet has given man trouble-free entrée to the whole thing while sitting at one position. Social networking, online shopping, storing data, gaming, online studying, online jobs, every promising thing that man can imagine of can be made through the means of internet. Internet is used in approximately every bubble. With the development of the internet and its associated payback also developed the thought of cyber crimes. Computer crime or cybercrime in India has been embryonic hastily. Cyber crimes can be distinct as the prohibited acts where the computer is used moreover as an instrument or an idea or in assistance. The expression is a wide-ranging term that covers crimes like phishing, credit card frauds, bank robbery, illegal downloading, industrial espionage, child pornography, kidnapping children via chat rooms, scams, cyber terrorism, creation and/or distribution of viruses, Spam and many more that are addressed by the Information Technology Act, 2000.

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Analytics, Computers, Crime, Cyber, Data.
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Authors

Disha Gupta
Gujarat Forensic Sciences University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India
Namrata Agrawal
NIFM, Institution of Ministry of Finance, Government of India, India

Abstract


The progression of technology has prepared man reliant on Internet for all his needs. Internet has given man trouble-free entrée to the whole thing while sitting at one position. Social networking, online shopping, storing data, gaming, online studying, online jobs, every promising thing that man can imagine of can be made through the means of internet. Internet is used in approximately every bubble. With the development of the internet and its associated payback also developed the thought of cyber crimes. Computer crime or cybercrime in India has been embryonic hastily. Cyber crimes can be distinct as the prohibited acts where the computer is used moreover as an instrument or an idea or in assistance. The expression is a wide-ranging term that covers crimes like phishing, credit card frauds, bank robbery, illegal downloading, industrial espionage, child pornography, kidnapping children via chat rooms, scams, cyber terrorism, creation and/or distribution of viruses, Spam and many more that are addressed by the Information Technology Act, 2000.

Keywords


Analytics, Computers, Crime, Cyber, Data.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18311/gjeis%2F2018%2F19960