Centre for Internet & Society

This report is the first part of a three part series of reports that compares the Indian cyber security framework with that of the U.K, U.S and Singapore.

This report compares laws and regulations in the United Kingdom and India to see the similarities and disjunctions in cyber security policy between them. The first part of this comparison will outline the methodology used to compare the two jurisdictions. Next, the key points of convergence and divergence are identified and the similarities and differences are assessed, to see what they imply about cyber space and cyber security in these jurisdictions. Finally, the report will lay out recommendations and learnings from policy in both jurisdictions.

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