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Ethical hacking: Thriving in the grey; experts for awareness, legal remedy

Some peculiar issues faced in India arise as the people who are tasked with the job of enforcement are not trained to distinguish "hacking" from "ethical hacking"

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Ethical hacker | Hacking using AI | Mobile hacking

Sudipto Dey  |  New Delhi 


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A change in tack by corporate India towards incidences of cyberattacks and threats may also be need of the hour

The recent case of a Delhi-based IT services company that allegedly ran a global hacking operation under the garb of ethical hacking has put the spotlight on grey areas in the law. Cyber legal framework and cyber laws in most countries have focused on hacking as an offence, and the criminal and penal consequences that come with it.

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First Published: Sun, June 14 2020. 17:29 IST

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