Centre for Internet & Society

European E-Evidence Proposal and Indian Law

by Vipul Kharbanda

In April of 2018, the European Union issued the proposal for a new regime dealing with cross border sharing of data and information by issuing two draft instruments, an E-evidence Regulation (“Regulation”) and an E-evidence Directive (“Directive”), (together the “E-evidence Proposal”). The Regulation is a direction to states to put in place the proper legislative and regulatory machinery for the implementation of this regime while the Directive requires the states to enact laws governing service providers so that they would comply with the proposed regime.

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A Critical Look at the Visual Representation of Cybersecurity

by Paromita Bathija, Padmini Ray Murray, and Saumyaa Naidu

The Centre for Internet and Society and design collective Design Beku came together on the 15th of November for a workshop on Illustrations and Visual Representations of Cybersecurity. Images in the public sphere such as visuals in the media, Wikipedia commons, and stock images - play a vital role in the public’s perception of cybercrime and cybersecurity.

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Cyberspace and External Affairs:A Memorandum for India Summary

by Arindrajit Basu and Elonnai Hickok

This memorandum seeks to summarise the state of the global debate in cyberspace; outline how India can craft it’s global strategic vision and finally, provides a set of recommendations for the MEA as they craft their cyber diplomacy strategy.

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Regulating the Internet: The Government of India & Standards Development at the IETF

by Aayush Rathi, Gurshabad Grover and Sunil Abraham

The institution of open standards has been described as a formidable regulatory regime governing the Internet. Given the regulatory and domestic policy implications that technical standards can have, there is a need for Indian governmental agencies to focus adequate resources geared towards achieving favourable outcomes at standards development fora.

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Budapest Convention and the Information Technology Act

by Vipul Kharbanda

The Convention on Cybercrime adopted in Budapest (“Convention”) is the fist and one of the most important multilateral treaties addressing the issue of internet and computer crimes.

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Lessons from US response to cyber attacks

by Arindrajit Basu

Publicly attributing the attacks to a state or non-state actor is vital for building a credible cyber deterrence strategy.

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Conceptualizing an International Security Regime for Cyberspace

by Elonnai Hickok and Arindrajit Basu

This paper was published as part of the Briefings from the Research and Advisory Group (RAG) of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC) for the Full Commission Meeting held at Bratislava in 2018.

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Roundtable on Cyber-security and the Private Sector

by Pranav M B

The Centre for Internet & Society (CIS) invites you to a roundtable discussion on cyber-security and the private sector. The event will be held at Omidyar Network office in Bangalore from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

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CyFy 2018

by Admin

Swaraj Paul Barooah and Arindrajit Basu participated in CyFy 2018 organized by Observer Research Foundation at Hotel Taj Mahal, New Delhi from October 3 - 5, 2018.

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Symposium on India’s Cyber Strategy

by Admin

CIS organised a Symposium on India’s Cyber Strategy.

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