Hyderabad: Cyber Cell Hyderabad in association with Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence (CCoE), National Cyber Security Bureau and Vignana Bharathi Institute of Technology organized A National Conclave on Cyber Policing best practices in the city. The event was graced by Mr. Sanjay Sahay IPS, ADGP Karnataka, Mr. Venkateswara Rao IPS, DIG, Mr. Jain Sigh IPS, DCP Crimes, Dr. Sriram Birudavolu, CEO, Cyber-Security Center of Excellence (CoE), DSCI, Sri. Anil Rachamalla, Founder End Now Foundation, Digital Wellbeing Expert along with other prominent delegates from DSCI, CDAC, and the Other States Police Departments. Key participants were from Law-Enforcement Agency, SME (Subject Matter Expert) Cybercrime, Corporate, Software Developers & Free Lance Trainer, Institutions & Universities, Civil Societies, Forensic Tool companies among others.
The event had a comprehensive agenda with sessions related to an investigation with insights from Digital Forensics, Cyber Investigation, and Online Intelligence & Cyber Safety Awareness – Best Practices. The event emphasized on Promoting the Reactive- Proactive – Predictive Police standards with emerging technologies and global standards.
The Conclave on Cyber Policing Best Practice Meet 2019 reiterated the intent in bringing together the important stakeholders for meaningful interactions on the subject. It was a networking opportunity to exchange ideas with peers and rub elbows with thought leaders. It also paved a platform to explore new ways of thinking and highlight emerging companies, innovating in the area of cybercrime investigations. The conclave was a good opportunity as all Law Enforcement Agencies Officials were available for solutions, services, and products.
Organised by Mr. Prasad Patibandla Convenor, Coordinators, Mr. Mansih Yadav, Mr. Ahkilesh Rao Kanduri&Mr. Sanjay Kumar.
Speaking on the occasion Convenor Mr. Prasad Patibandla as briefed the conclave on Cyber Policing and its Best Practices with respect to Indian Context, and he stressed how to enhance the new investigation techniques, modus operandi, and intelligence gathering in digital space, he thanked all officer who came from almost 13 states and also 03 international police participants along with Cyber Security Enthusiasts, Cyber Lawyers, and Civil Societies. Around 240 + Distinguished officers were part of the conclave.
Speaking at the occasion, Dr. Sriram Birudavolu, CEO, Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence (CoE), DSCI said, “This conclave is aimed at addressing the growing threats of cyber-attacks and to discuss incident handling techniques. With the participation of domain experts and law enforcement officials from across the country, the conclave was a good networking opportunity facilitating innovative ideas in the strategic sphere. Cyber technology abilities have become essential to our national strategic outlook and therefore this session enabled to explore diverse ideas to work in tandem for a secure India.”