I envision a future where we are thinking ahead of the criminals. The Internet does not have geographical boundaries, so cyber crimes are also global. Only the joint efforts of the country and the world will be helpful in cyber crime prevention.
Cyber Crime Investigation and Intelligence Summit (CIIS) will prove to be a milestone in this direction said Director General of Police, Sudhir Saxena on the concluding of the ten-day Cyber Crime Investigation and Intelligence Summit (CIIS-4) organized by Madhya Pradesh Cyber Police at Naronha Academy of Administration, Bhopal on Wednesday.
DGP Saxena said that due to the availability of technology, more cyber crimes are taking place than we thought. In the year 2020, more than 50000 such cases were registered. Events like CIIS will play an important role in the prevention of these cyber crimes. CIIS was the extraordinary and difficult task of providing a common platform to the law enforcement officers across the country, which was efficiently accomplished by the Madhya Pradesh Cyber Police team.
At the summit 6819 participants participated in this summit. Over 44 hours of lectures took place over ten days and 57 experts including four international cyber experts delivered lectures.
DGP Saxena said that the challenge is big but keeps morale high. Keep in constant touch with the cyber experts to stay updated with the technologies. Cyber cell and district cyber cell remain fully active.
Constable and head constables should be selected for cyber cell through talent hunt. Providing special courses and intensive training will also be helpful in the prevention of cybercrime.
Additional Director General of Police, Cyber Yogesh Deshmukh while addressing the closing ceremony said that the aim of this summit is to enable the entire system with the speed and complexity with which cyber crimes are increasing.