Public Offence Act 2004 and Electronic Transaction, and Digital Signature Act 2004, also known as the cyber law (cyber law Nepal 2061 or Cybercrime Act Nepal) – need to be revised.
Time is running out.
Students, policy makers, lawyers, legislative and judiciary bodies and professors : We need technologies that go beyond the traditional human operators writing rules. We need to use the power of the ecosystem to find new patterns, machine learning to uncover subtle signals and big data tools to help humans analysts work better and faster to meet these new threats. We need to identify the platform that meets these needs. We need to build capacities to trace a real world complex threat.
About the Author: Timila Yami
Experienced Assistant Dean with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in Research, Customer Service, Strategic Planning, Teaching, and Leadership. Strong education professional with a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) focused in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur and M Sc in IT from De Mont Forth University, UK.