The Standing Committee’s 233 report on the Indian government’s crackdown on cybercrime was tabled in the recently concluded parliament on August 10.
The Standing Committee noted that the nature of crime is improving and changing daily as technology advances.
“Therefore, it is important for the center to coordinate with the states / union states (UTAs) to make the best use of the existing resources. The existing National Level Training Center in New Delhi, Dawarka, will be used by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to provide short- and long-term training and improvement courses to all regional / UT officers involved in cybercrime in their respective states / UTs. It must.
This must be done so that they can properly learn to meet the challenges and technological advances. Trained officers should further train their subordinates in their respective regions.
MHA informed the committee that the National Classification Training Center (NCTC), headquartered at the National Criminal Records Bureau (NCRB) in New Delhi, New Delhi, has been conducting short- and long-term training and improvement courses for all LEAs.
To date, some 13,000 police officers, judicial officers, and prosecutors have been trained in cybercrime awareness, investigation, and forensics. The panel noted that many regions did not appear on the board for this purpose.
Therefore, NHHA recommends that additional staff be trained to deal with cybercrime and to accelerate the completion of pending activities to achieve the physical and financial goals of cybercrime. Prevention of Women and Children (CCPWC).
MHA has announced the launch of the NCRB Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Forum for Cybercrime Investigators under the I4C Program: CyTrain Portal (https://cytrain.ncrb.gov) .in) March 12, 2020.
“Provides professional quality e-learning resources in cybercrime investigation. To access the courses at the door, users can easily register using a government domain email ID such as nic.in and gov.in. Government email-identification and offline processing have also been provided, ”MHA said.
Regarding training facilities for LEAs, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs has established the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Center (I4C) to provide a framework and ecology to deal with cybercrime in a coordinated and comprehensive manner.
“I4C is focused on building LEA capacity and improving coordination between different agencies and LEAs. It works to develop effective procedures to deal with cybercrime and to coordinate with various LEAs related to cybercrime. .