Now the night of hackers will come, to protect the public from cybercrime, the government has made this plan, see the government’s strategy

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how to fight against : How much the incidents of cybercrime have increased can be gauged from the coming cases related to it. The hackers are trying their best to rob and deceive the users. Whether it is OTP fraud or SIM fraud or to lure any free gift, hackers have become very clever. They want to clear users’ accounts or steal their personal information. In view of such cases, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has entered into an agreement with National Law University (NLU), Delhi and National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal. Under this agreement, a cyber lab will be started for online capacity building program on cyber law, crime investigation and digital forensics, cyber law. Or rather, this lab can be established. We tell you what will be the benefit of this lac.

After all, why will the cyber lab be started?
The purpose of this new service is to train police officers, state cyber cells, law enforcement agencies, prosecutors and judicial officers as per Indian cyber law. In this training, necessary skills will be made available to deal with cyber forensic cases efficiently. These skills will provide the capability to deal with such cases. NeGD in collaboration with NLIU Bhopal has taken initiative to provide 9 months online PG Diploma to 1000 officers through its Learning Management System (LMS). The program allows these people (who have been allowed to learn it) to learn this diploma course on the go, anytime, anywhere.

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The participants who take this course will have to undergo a practical training session and personal contact program in the cyber lab to be set up in the campus of National Law University (NLU) in Delhi to make the course convenient and easy. The cyber lab that is being talked about will be equipped with a hybrid architecture that will support both virtual and physical mode of capacity building in the areas of cyber law, cyber crime investigation and digital forensics.

According to a statement, “The lab will have a training room capacity of 25 users with AR/VR features. Also, remote connectivity will be made available for each of the 25 users. Other Law Schools/Universities like National Law School of India University (Bangalore), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (Patiala) etc. will be included in the Hub and Spoke model for future.

The National e-Governance Division (NeGD) will develop e-content based on the support received from the faculty members. NLIU, Bhopal will be the principal academic partner for this course and will also provide PG Diploma Certificate to the participants who successfully complete the course.

[Attribution to NBT]

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