Train and technologically enable the police to track, pursue, as well as prevent Cyber Crime

Train and technologically enable the police to track, pursue, as well as prevent Cyber Crime

How Indian Police is being trained to tackle cybercrime

April 07, 2018|ET tech|Full Article

“We are starting from zero,” Praveen Sood, Director General of Police (CID), who has begun an intensive two-stage training programme on how to deal with hacking, online harassment, credit/debit card fraud, data theft et al, for ranks till the level of constable. He maintains that training personnel remains the challenge when it comes to dealing with digital crime.

The national Information Security Education & Awareness (ISEA) programme expects to train over one lakh people — not just police personnel — by 2020.

Dr Anup Girdhar, CEO of Sedulity Solutions & Technologies, a cyber crime investigation company says that 100-200 Indian cops are trained in one session which varies from a day to a month. “Our trainings are more incident-based but we have three sessions for each cop. First, it’s all about understanding technology followed by vulnerabilities and at last we teach them how to mitigate an attack. Until a cop clears the first session he’s not taken to the next level.”

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