HYDERABAD: The complaints on Cyber Crimes are more than the traditional crimes and the loss due to cybercrimes is immense and posing tough challenges to the police, said the Cyberabad police commissioner, VC Sajjanar, during the fifth Cyber Security Conclave organised by Society for Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC). He further added that the kids are getting addicted to smartphones and getting a lot of health and psychological issues.
Addressing the participants, the Chief Guest of the Conclave, Director General of CERT, Dr. Sanjay Bahl, said “As the current world is moving towards automation and cybercrimes and threats are also increasing and posing challenges in equal ratio.”
He further explained the priorities of CERT-IN organization about how it mainly focussed on collecting, analysing and disseminating cyber threat intelligence to benefit all stakeholders who are potentially impacted by these attacks.
The conclave had two different sessions exclusively for police officers and for IT professionals and public from the Cyber Security Stream. The different topics dealt in the police officers session include Recent Trends in Cyber Attacks (Special focus on Ransomware attacks on banking & fin-tech systems, Cyber Crime Scene Management (Handling of crime scene & incident handling on cyber-attacks as first responder), Recent Trends in Cyber Crimes & Investigation using OSINT Techniques - Special Focus on (Social Media Crimes & Cyber Frauds) (Practice Session), Understanding of Deep & Dark net Crimes and Dark net Monitoring Techniques and Evidence Collection Procedure, Handling Intermediaries & Nodal Agencies (Special Focus on MLAT & LOR Procedures) .