CBI and Nasscom-DSCI join forces to fight cyber crime
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has entered into a MoU with NAASCOM to establish collaboration between law enforcement agencies through the cyber and hi-tech crime investigation & training (CHCIT) centre of CBI and the IT industry through DSCI and NASSCOM. The purpose of this initiative is to share better awareness on emerging technologies, security standards, best practices, etc. among various enforcement agencies globally and preparing the stakeholders in their ability to educate and update themselves in emerging cyber technologies.
The CHCIT center will serve as a networking platform for this purpose. NASSCOM and DSCI will act as a knowledge partner for the CBI in cyber security areas, bringing in the latest developments from around the world to the law enforcement agencies.
Speaking on the occasion, Ashwani Kumar, director of CBI said, “With the advent of technology, the investigation profession is seeing new approaches, solutions and techniques for solving specific and generic problems. Security in organizations has undergone changes; its structure continues to evolve, but it is even more visible in an organization and its responsibilities continue to expand. This MoU will direct, guide, and help the law enforcement agencies to fight the growing threat of cyber crime. The CBI Academy, Ghaziabad will cater to the need of the training requirement of the CBI Officers, State Police Officers, PSUs as well as the Police officers of foreign countries, especially SAARC countries.”
Speaking on the occasion, Som Mittal, president of Nasscom said the industry body will ensure the CBI has access to the top experts in the industry whenever required.
The CHCIT instructors, along with instructors from Nasscom-DSCI, will also train officers from various law enforcement agencies across the country including the state police, CPOs etc. The CHCIT at CBI Academy will be used for training purposes for all the above mentioned officers. A Nasscom-DSCI core team would also assist in the designing of the various courses on cyber crimes as well as in conducting hands-on training to the trainees at the CBI Academy.
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