Cyber Security Centre for Excellence to be launched

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He will identify types of cybercrime 10 years ahead of time and propose preventive measures

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He will identify types of cybercrime 10 years ahead of time and propose preventive measures

The ‘Center of Excellence for Cyber ​​Security’ will soon be launched under the auspices of Telangana Police to effectively combat cybercrime, which is on the rise in the country. This may interest you : Anderson University Cybersecurity Center Open to Businesses.

Speaking on Saturday at a welcome session of the national seminar on ‘Cyber ​​Security – National Security’ at the Indian Business School in Gachibowli, DGP M. Mahender Reddy said the Center would be launched in co-ordination with related departments of government, reputable IT firms and elite educational institutions such as IIT.

In the next three years, the number of mobile phone users will reach one billion in the country, and the cybercrime chart is growing proportionally, Mahender Reddy noted. In addition to individuals, the victims of cybercrime are government organizations, commercial, trade and service sectors, which pose a serious threat to national security, he said.

The police system is being strengthened to adequately address this challenge. The Telangana Cybercrime Coordination Center is already operating on these lines, which plays a key role in controlling cybercrime.

The Center of Excellence will identify types of cybercrime 10 years ahead of time and propose preventive measures.

Telangana police play a key role in controlling cybercrime, Mr Mahender Reddy said. As part of that, trained police officers have been appointed cyber warriors in over 800 police stations.

Cybercrime investigation units have been established at the district, commission and state levels.

On that occasion, Mr. Mahender Reddy published posters that spread awareness about cybercrime.

The program was attended by the Director of the Ministry of the Interior Pausumi Basu, IG Rajesh Kumar, Cyberabad Commissioner Stephen Ravindra, Secretary General for Home, Ravi Gupta, Secretary General, IT, Jayesh Ranjan and others.

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