5-day course on “Investigation of Cyber Crime” culminates at SKPA
Jun 18, 2023
UDHAMPUR: A 5-day course on “Investigation of Cyber Crime” which commenced at Sher-e-Kashmir Police Academy (SKPA) Udhampur on June 13, culminated on Saturday.
In the Course, 18 officers of J&K Police participated. The Course was designed as a tool for capacity building of the investigating officers of J&K Police to tackle the increasing menace of Cyber Crime in the virtual space.
There was wide range of discussions, deliberations and demonstrations on the areas covering types and techniques of foot printing, Computer Forensics, modus operandi of Hacking, operating systems, Denial of service attacks, Basic Network Protocols, Crypto Currency, vulnerability of financial transactions.
SSP Rajinder Kumar Gupta, Deputy Director (Indoor Trainings) SKPA, was the chief guest on the valediction function. Speaking on the occasion, he stressed on the need to update most modern techniques of handling and tracking cyber criminals.
He also said that while focussing on the capacity building, the need for protecting our systems from external as well as internal attacks is inevitably important.
In the course, eminent speakers from different institutes and Cyber experts from J&K Cyber Police Station delivered lectures.
Faculty from SKPA also delivered lecture to the participants. The Course was coordinated by Rohit Gupta (Inspector) and assisted by Head Constable Randip Singh under the guidance of senior officers of Academy.