Government To Seek Experts For Cyber Crimes
The government of India has said that it would appoint private domain experts to curb the mounting cased of cyber-crimes in the country. The process will involve consistent monitoring and adopting other innovative strategies.
The centre in a recent announcement also talked about establishing an INR 400 crore cyber-crime control hub by the name Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (IC4) to tackle cyber-crimes.
Initiating the process, the ministry of home affairs has invited expression of interest from organizations operating in the security domain to showcase the presentations on April 12 and 19, detailing their expertise in the segment.
The companies can come up with presentations on tackling cyber threats which involves protection of women and children from online crimes as well. The presentation will also involve the usage of innovative strategies and consulting processes to nab cyber criminals.
A 45-minute duration will be offered to each company to showcase their presentation.
Cyber-crime incidents swelled by as much as 70 per cent in the year 2014 as compared to the year 2013, while the growth figure in the year 2013 was 64 per cent as compared to the year 2012 as per Ministry of Home affairs.
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