Posted by: editorlnav | August 22, 2009

Perry4Law Reports That India Is Doing Poorly On Cyber Law Front

Indian legal enablement of ICT systems is in poor shape. A continuous indifference towards this much needed field for the past many years is undesirable says Praveen Dalal, Managing Partner of Perry4Law.

According to the past four years’ ICT, cyber law, cyber forensics and cyber security reports and trends provided by Perry4Law, cyber law in India is in its infancy and is struggling hard to meet the contemporary ICT requirements.

ICT Trends in India-2006, ICT Trends in India-2007, ICT Trends in India-2008, Cyber Security Trends-2007, Cyber Forensics Trends in India-2008, etc provided by Perry4Law have proved that India has not paid enough attention to the legal framework for the information society and legal enablement of ICT systems in India.

To worsen the situation we have a weak cyber and ICT security in India. Cyber and ICT security in India is an “ignored world” and the same is not going to improve due to the faulty cyber security strategy of India.

This precarious situation has lead to an insufficient critical ICT infrastructure protection in India. The critical ICT infrastructure protection and management in India have still not got the attention of government of India and private industry players.

In short, the ICT strategy of India needs rejuvenation so that we may have a sound cyber law and effective ICT and cyber security.

Perry4Law is the exclusive Techno-Legal ICT Law Firm of India and is the leading Cyber Law Firm of India that is managing techno-legal aspects of law. It deals in techno-legal matters pertaining to cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, digital evidencing, e-governance, e-commerce, e-courts, etc. It also deals in other traditional fields of law including civil and criminal laws. See “Professional Services” for getting its domain specific techno-legal services.


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