India's first cyber police station in Bangalore: The Corps of Detectives, the specialised investigation agency of Karnataka, will soon set up the country's first cyber-crime police station to tackle newer and innovative crimes using computers and the Internet.

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IT giants' expertise for cyber crime police station Bangalore: The karnataka police will be the first state in the country to have a cyber crime police station, says v. v. bhaskar, director general of police (dgp), karnataka. the police station will be located in the premises of the corps of detectives, cod. it giants of bangalore will be involved in supplying the expertise required.

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HSBC case is an eye opener: The recent HSBC case has once again highlighted the various loopholes and drawbacks in the existing system impacting the outsourcing sector. Time and again, various cases have been happening like the Karan Bahree and the Mphasis incidents that have demonstrated the utter inadequacy of existing cyberlaws to deal with data theft-related cases. A perusal of the entire scheme of the Information Technology Act, 2000 clearly shows that the IT Act is not a data protection law. It is merely an e-commerce enabling law, which also addresses a couple of other issues.

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Bangalore police arrest man for hacking bank account: It just took four days for 30-year-old Bhavin Parikh to siphon off Rs 3.94 lakh from a Bangalore-based ABN-Amro bank account to his ICICI bank account in Vadodara. The ABN-Amro account belonged to one T. Srinivas Rao from Malleshwaram locality of Bangalore. Reddy, who works in an IT company, had filed a complaint on October 27.

Police Arrest HSBC BPO Fraudster: The Bangalore police have arrested one 24-year old Nadeem Kashmiri, on charges of having leaked confidential customer data from a BPO of HSBC, resulting in a loss of almost 233,000 pounds (Rs 1.95 crores) to the bank's UK-based account holders.

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HSBC Scam: U.K. recipient of data is of Indian origin BANGALORE: Investigation into the data theft scam involving an executive of the Bangalore-based call centre of the Europe's leading bank, HSBC Holdings, has revealed that the man in the U.K., who received data from the call centre executive and carried out the fraudulent transactions, is of Indian origin. Sources in the Corps of Detectives (CoD), which is investigating the 233,000-pound heist, told The Hindu on Thursday that the arrested call centre executive Nadeem Kashmiri had passed on the data to Ershad, a third generation Indian living in the U.K.

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Karnataka police arrest 12-member hacker gang Bangalore: The police claimed to have solved seven out of the 17 cases of hacking on-line bank accounts and transferring funds worth many lakhs, following recent arrests of a 12-member hacker gang. The Cyber Crime wing of police succeeded in unearthing the fraud after they arrested the mastermind, Joseph on November 29 last, from a city cyber cafe which he had been frequenting, following a complaint from Carl Braganza, HR Manager of Analog Infotech India Ltd.

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Hacker lands in police net in Bangalore: The cyber crime police arrested a man who allegedly hacked the internet banking accounts of several customers after stealing data from computers they had used at cyber cafés and siphoned off lakhs of rupees from their accounts. Director-General of Police (Corps of Detectives) Ajai Kumar Singh on Friday said Joseph of Virudanagar in Tamil Nadu, who had a diploma in computer science, was the kingpin of the 12-member gang they had arrested.

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Hacker gang held in Bangalore: Karnataka police's Cyber Crime wing has arrested a 12-member gang involved in various cases of hacking on-line bank accounts and transferring funds amounting to several lakhs of rupees. The police succeeded in unearthing the fraud when they arrested the mastermind, Joseph, from a city cyber cafe which he had been frequenting, on the basis of a complaint from Carl Braganza, HR Manager of Analog Infotech India Ltd.

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