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2nd Cybercrime Awareness Workshop

Building Competence of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) through Awareness workshops on Cybercrimes

27-28th September 2012 | PEC in association with Government of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh and in collaboration with Chandigarh Administration and PEC Technology University


The Second workshop on Cyber Crime Awareness was conducted on the 27-28th of September 2012, association of Chandigarh Administration and PEC university of Technology . The workshop which was supported by Ministry of Communications & Information technology, Government of India was organized in association of the Government of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana. Honorable Minister Shri Adesh Pratap Singh Kairon, Department of IT and Food and Supplies, Punjab inaugurated the workshop. Home Secretary Chandigarh Administration, Shri Anil Kumar, IAS, Secretary Information Technology, Chandigarh Administration Ms. Prerna Puri, IAS and Dr. Gulshan Rai, Director General CERT-In, Shri Jasminder Singh, ADGP crime, Punjab Police were also present during the inaugural session. Hon’ble Minister Shri, Adesh Pratap Singh Kairon in his inaugural speech raised congratulated PEC, DSCI, Chandigarh Administration and Govt of Punjab & Haryana for getting together deliberating on the topic of cyber crime. He expressed his desire that the participants from Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh should make best use of the knowledge disseminated during the workshop. Mr. Sameer Mathur, IAS Addl. Chief Secretary, Home, Jails, Criminal Investigation & Administration of Justice , Haryana who were unable to attend the workshop conveyed his best wishes for the success of the workshop. Mr. Vinayak Godse, Director, Data Security Council of India introduced the objectives and expected outcomes of the workshop after the director Dr. Manoj Datta had welcome the police officers to PEC Technology university. Mr. Godse, informed that DSCI has been working very closely with the law enforcement officers and have trained over 20,000 police officers across India in handling cyber crimes and investigations. Home Secretary Anil Kumar said in light of changing scenario, expressed the need of hi tech hands on training of police officers so that they can improve on their investigative skills. Dr. Gulshan Rai Director General CERT-In in his special address emphasis the need of such workshop. He shared his experiences in dealing with highly sensitive cyber crime cases. He also enlightened the audience about the efforts of the Government of India in tying up international co-operation with India in

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the absence of which the challenges of being able to investigate criminal cases based upon cyber space across different physical boundaries are becoming more complex and difficult. Prerna Puri, IAS, Secretary IT Chandigarh chaired the session on IT - its role in commissioning & detecting cyber crimes and deliberated on some very important issues on lawful interception In India vis a vis IT Act. Tanvi Garg, Director-IT Chandigarh Administration chaired a session on Email Investigations & tracking of emails which was demonstrated by DSCI cyber lab .The participants were quite enthused about these sessions as the number of cases pertaining to email investigations are extremely large. The guidelines for Cyber cafe regulations were also discussed in an interactive session with all LEAs and Mr Vikram Asnani and Mr. Venkatesh Murthy, from DSCI. Number of sessions were delivered on the second day including sessions on search and seizure of Digital investigation presented by DSCI, Mobile phone crime investigation which was chaired by Mr. Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, DIG Cyber Crime, Mohali which were presented by Forensic Guru founder director Mr. Sameer Dutt. The session covered various aspects of CDR analysis, tower dump analysis in investigations. Live Demonstrations were made by the industry experts on the second day of the workshop. The workshop concluded with a session on IT Act 2000 & its Amendments with a focus on Important criminal provisions & LEA dealing with intermediaries followed by a Panel discussion on challenges Faced by LEAs. The session was taken by the renowned lawyer of the Supreme Court: Mr Vakul Sharma and Mr. Veer Singh, Director, Chandigarh Judicial Academy.

Secretary IT, Ms Prerna Puri said that more such workshops and training courses will be organized by DSCI and PEC to ensure that the UT Police is upgraded with all the required skills. She said that Department of IT will extend full support to ensure that all cyber crime related cases in Chandigarh should be handled with due diligence ensuring that citizens feel safe in cyberspace. The workshop saw participation from more than 150 Police officers from State of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh Administration. Senior Police officers like Mr. Jasminder Singh IPS, ADGP Crime, Punjab Police, Mr. Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, DIG Cyber Crime, Mohali, Mr. Manish Choudhary, SP Crime and Operations , Mr. Deshraj Singh, SP, Crime shared their experience on handling the cyber crimes cases with the LEAs attending the program. While Mr. Veer Singh, Director, Chandigarh Judicial Academy, Mr. Vakul Sharma, Advocate, Supreme Court and Ms Geeta Gulati, Lawyer shared their experience on the current cyber crime jurisdiction in India and addressed queries of the officers participating in the conference.

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The Conference also saw Participation from the nodal officers of the state where people from banking as well as telecom domain attended the workshop. The a training material “Cyber Forensics – Meeting the Challenges of Cyber Crimes” specifically designed for such workshop in collaboration with Industry were distributed to participants. The cyber forensics companies like, Foundation Futuristic, Lab Systems, CYINT Technologies, Pyramid, XIARCH, Pro-Soft, NUIX, Hi-Tech, Precesion and Third entity solutions exhibited their tools and solutions for the benefit of the participants and addressed a lot of queries with respect to the cyber forensic tools. Experts from these cyber forensic companies also demonstrated their solutions to the officers during the 2-day workshop. The event also saw coverage both in print and TV media and helped in creating a large scale awareness in the state . Some of them include: 

Two day 'Cyber crime awareness workshop for law enforcement agencies' organized in Chandigarh | Vibhor Mohan, TNN Sep 27, 2012, 08.08PM IST | Source: Times of India http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-09-27/chandigarh/34126701_1_cyber-crimesdsci-data-security-council

COPS GET TRAINING ON HANDLING CYBER CRIME | 28 Sep 2012 Hindustan Times (Chandigarh)HTC | Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) epaper | 28 Sep 2012 | | Page: 33

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Workshop on cyber crime awareness ends | 29 Sep 2012 Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) |Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) epaper | 29 Sep 2012 | | Page: 34

‘Indian police not capable of solving hi-tech cyber crimes’ | Snehil Sinha : Chandigarh, Sat Sep 29 2012, 01:26 hrs | Source: Indian Express http://www.indianexpress.com/news/-indian-policenot-capable-of-solving-hitech-cyber-crimes-/1009410/0 Image: http://epaper.indianexpress.com/59243/Chandigarh/28-September-2012#page/23/1

DSCI Organises cyber crime workshop at PEC | Daily Post, Chandigarh http://epaper.dailypostindia.com/Details.aspx?id=50542&boxid=31125&uid=&dat=2012-09-28

Workshop on cyber crime awareness for law enforcement agencies | Chandigarh - Wednesday, Sep 26 2012 IST -Webindia123http://news.webindia123.com/news/Articles/India/20120926/2071308.html

Workshop to be held on Cyber crime | Inbrief . Wednesday, 26 September 2012 21:24 | the pioneer | http://www.dailypioneer.com/state-editions/chandigarh/97323-inbrief.htm

A two-day workshop on Cyber Crime Awareness for law enforcement agencies would be organized by Data Security Council of India (DSCI) an SRO setup by NASSCOM, in association with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and Government of Chandigarh. | Category : Haryana State News| Source: Indianews Calling - NEWS FROM HARYANA STATE http://www.indianewscalling.com/tip.php?tipid=28226

A two-day workshop on Cyber Crime Awareness for law enforcement agencies would be organized by Data Security Council of India | Posted by Pushpendar Singh Rajput at 7:52 pm , sept 26 | Source: Haryanaabtak http://haryanaabtak.com/a-two-day-workshop-on-cybercrime-awareness-for-law-enforcement-agencies-would-be-organized-by-data-security-councilof-india

Haryana News: Cyber Crime Awareness would be organized by Data Security Council of India | Rajeev Vaid 9136150250 | Sep 27, 2012 | Source: Faridabad Metro http://faridabadmetro.com/2012/09/27/haryana-news-cyber-crime-awareness-would-beorganized-by-data-security-council-of-india/

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Annexure 1 - 2nd Cyber Crime Awareness Workshop | Agenda AGENDA - DAY1 Time

DAY 1

1000 to 1100

Inaugural Session

Session

Inaugural Address

27-sept 12 Speakers In Chair: Sh. Adesh Pratap Singh Kairon, Hon’ble Minister, Department of IT & Department of Food & Civil Supplies, Govt. of Punjab. Welcome Address  Dr. Manoj Datta, Director, PEC  Mr. Vinayak Godse, Director, DSCI Inaugural Address  Sh. Adesh Pratap Singh Kairon, Hon’ble Minister, Department of IT & Department of Food & Civil Supplies, Govt. of Punjab Special address  Mr. Sameer Mathur, IAS Addl. Chief Secretary, Home, Jails, Criminal Investigation & Administration of Justice , Haryana  Mr. Anil Kumar, IAS, Home Secretary  Dr. Gulshan Rai, DG-CERT-In

1100 to 1130

TEA BREAK

1130 to 1215

Information TechnologyIts role in commission & Detection of Crimes - Lawful interception of voice and data - Usage of SNS, Emails, CDRs in detection of crimes

Chair - Ms. Prerna Puri, IAS, Secretary IT, Chandigarh/  Mr. S.K.Bhalla, Director National Telecommunications Institute,  Mr. K.Venkatesh Murthy, Program Manager – Cyber Labs, DSCI  Mr Sreekumar Menon, Third Entity solutions

Role of ICERT in Cyber Crimes Prevention

Presentation & Panel Discussion

1215 to Presentation 1230 1230 to Presentation 1300 1300 to 1400 1400 Demo to Session 1500 1500 Demo to Session 1545 1545 Panel to Discussion 1630

Difficulties in the investigation of cyber crimes LUNCH Demo of forensic tools Email Investigations Tracing & Tracking of Emails Guidelines for Cyber café regulation - Interactive session

Dr. A S Kamble, Director, DeitY

Chair - Mr. Manish Choudhary, SP Crime and Operations  Mr. Vikram Asnani, Sr. Consultant, DSCI Chair – Dr. Sanjeev Sofat, Coordinator, CSRC  Mr. Alok Gupta, Pyramid  Mr. Vibhu Anand, Cyint Technologies Chair – Ms. Tanvi Garg, Director-IT, CHD Administration  Mr. Sachit Nagpal, DSCI Cyber Lab  

Mr. Vikram Asnani, Sr. Consultant, DSCI Mr. K.Venkatesh Murthy, Program Manager – Cyber Labs, DSCI

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AGENDA: Day 2 Time 0930 to 1015 1015 to 1100

Presentation

1100-1115 Presentation & Demo

DAY 2

1115 to 1245

Presentation

1245 to 1330

Presentation 1330-1430 Presentation & Panel Discussion

1430 to 1630

1630 onwards

Session Search and Seizure of evidence in electronic environment Introduction to Cyber Forensics tools for investigation - Cyber forensics tools - Case studies Mobile phone crime investigation - Mobile forensics - Importance of CDR analysis in investigation Demo of CDR Analysis software and Mobile Phone forensics device Banking Frauds and Big Data Analysis in Investigation

28-sept 12 Speakers Chair – Mr. Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, DIG Cyber Crime, Mohali  Mr. K Venkatesh Murthy, Program Manager - DSCI Chair - Mr. Deshraj Singh, SP, Crime  Mr. PritPal Singh, Lab systems  Mr. Rahul Varshikar, Director - Hi-tech technologies

TEA BREAK Chair – Mr. Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, DIG Cyber Crime, Mohali  Mr. Samir Dutt, Founder Director, Forensics Guru  Mr. Saleem Landur, Prosoft esolutions ltd.,  Mr. Abhishek Kumar, Project Manager –Haryana Cyber Lab

Chair – Mr. Vikram Asnani, Sr. Consultant, DSCI  Mr. Utsav Mittal, Xiarch  Mr. Arun Pandey, Director, NUIX Lunch

IT Act 2000 & its Amendments Chair: Mr. Veer Singh, Director, Chandigarh Judicial - Important criminal Academy provisions & LEA dealing  Mr. Vakul Sharma, Advocate, Supreme Court with intermediaries  Ms Geeta Gulati, Lawyer - The role of Adjudicating  Mr. Venkatesh Murthy, Program Manager-Cyber officers and Judiciaries Labs, DSCI Judges in dealing with cyber Crime cases Vote of Thanks - Mr. Vikram Asnani, Sr. Consultant, DSCI

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Annexure 2 – Participants List Representative Officers from Haryana S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Name of the Participant A.D. Marak Ajay Bir Singh Ajay kumar Ajit Singh Aman Amit Amit Amon Anand kumar Ardrew laloo Asha Sharma Avtar Singh Balwant singh Bhumesh kumar Bijender Briswell N. Arengh C.C.H Sangma Chul Dalbeer singh Darshan Singh Dheeraj Franfire m.marak Hardeep Singh Harjinder Singh Harpinder Hitender Inderdeep Singh Jarnal singh Jasbir Singh Joginder Singh Karan Kuldeep Singh Mahender Singh Mahesh Manju Manoj

Rank p/SI GGN RTK PKL KTL Constable SI p/SI GGN p/SI SI FTB ASI ASI JJR p/SI p/SI Constable ASI ASI JJR p/SI Inspector KNL YNR RWR Head Const. Constable SI ASI p/SI Head Const. PKL p/SI FTB p/SI

State Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana

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S.No 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76

Name of the Participant Mehenar Mohan Lal Mukesh Nanhi Naseeb Singh Nathu Ram Naveen Nirmal Nirmla Nitin Pankaj Pardeep Kumar Parveen Phool Kawar Prahlad Singh Preeti Pushpa R.D. Sangma Rachhpal Singh Rajesh Rajesh Rajesh Kumar Rakesh Ravinder Ravish Richhpal Rundeep Singh Rupesh S D Sangma Sachin Verma Sandeep kumar Sandeer Sanjeev Kumar Sanjeev Kumar Santwinder Sarbjeet Saroj Satinder Satish kuman Satyavan

Rank Constable KNL JND HSR Inspector Head Const. YNR KTL KTL KTL KTL Constable SPT GGN HSR 3rd Batch FTB p/SI INSP Constable Head Const. FTB Constable Head Const. JND JND Cyber Cell KR p/SI Constable GGN KKR p/SI Inspector AMB FTB HSR RWR SI ASI

State Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana

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S.No 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116

Name of the Participant Shailender Sukhbir Singh Sunbhash Chander Sunil Sunita Suresh Kumar Surinder Singh Tara chand Trilochan Udaybhan Usha Rani Ved Parkash Vikrant Singh Yadvinder Singh Yashdeep Singh Yogesh Yogvender Singh Devandar Jogndi Singh Mahinder Manjeet Singh Rahul Raju Rammehar Surinder Singh Mahender Sandeep Sharma Elias Jasenga A. Sangma JopBor A Novgkhlaw A Wahlang A.J. Jyrwa Ajay Kumar Alister AM Lamong Amit Sinha Brian BS sangma CMM sangma

Rank AMB RTK KKR 4th batch BWN Head Const. ASI D.S.P Constable RWR SI FBD FBD JND PPT Head Const. RTK Head Const. Head Const. ASI SI Constable Constable Constable - Kaithyal Inspector CT Nodal Officer-MIS p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI

State Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana Haryana HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG

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S.No 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140

Name of the Participant GF Ivongrum GK Sangma GL Mawlong IA LamLang JM Mohin Laxman Chettri Lenetti M.L. LR Marak M. Jyrwa MG Nongseij Millon CH. Moni Netrarai PD khyriem Pradeep Das RG Momin S. Chyne SD Sangma Sukesh R.Marak Sunny Lynrah SW Parkyntein TR Sangma Vicky K Sangma ZER Thieite J. Jwahlang

Rank p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI p/SI

State HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG HPA MEG

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Representatives officers from Punjab S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Name Aastha Koshik Amrik Singh Chand Singh Darshan das Deepak Singh Gurmeet Singh Harinder Singh Harpreet Singh Jugraj Singh Kulwant Singh Mahendar Singh Manhor Singh Navneet kumar Paramjeet Singh Prem kumar Rajesh Kumar Ranbir Singh Saroop Singh Satinder Kumar Surjeet Tarun Ratan Aarshdeep Singh Gill Daljeet Singh Narendra Parminder Singh Sukhjinder Singh Pritpal Singh S.S.Randhawa CL Mudgal

Rank Assistant Public relation off. Inspector Inspector D.S.P Inspector(PP) Constable Inspector(PP) ASI D.S.P Inspector Inspector D.S.P Inspector SI Inspector Inspector D.S.P S.H.O Inspector Inspector D.S.P D.S.P - Fateh garh SI Constable D.S.P DSP Inspector - Patiala DY.SP Inspector

State Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab Punjab

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Representatives officers from Chandigarh S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Name of the Participant Ashok Kumar Daljeet Davinder kumar Inderjit Singh Manju Sharma Paramjit Singh Rohitash Sher Singh Shri Prakash Amrao Singh Ashwani Kumar Baldev Kumar Rohit kumar Gyan Singh Inderjeet Singh Manjeet Singh Rajinder Singh Sudershan Giani Ram Chand Harmanpreet Singh Jagan Raj Jagdev Singh

Rank SI in cyber cell Intelligence B. Inspector cyber crime cell Inspector Constable SI SI Cyber Cell Inspector Inspector Inspector Security SI SI SI Constable Head Const. Inspector SI CP SUB INSP SUB INSP DY.SP

State Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh

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Annexure 3 – Participation Certificate

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Annexure 4 – Feedback

Feedback for “CyberCrime Awareness workshops” for Law Enforcement Agencies 1. Experience at the workshop 5 4 3 2 What was the overall experience of the workshop? Excellent poor Comment________________________________________________________________

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2. Workshop Objectives How do you rate the workshop with respect to increasing your awareness on handling cyber crime investigations

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5 4 3 2 1 Most Certainly  Not al all Will this workshop help you in your daily responsibilities Comment________________________________________________________________ 3. Capacity Building How would you rate the overall content and delivery of the workshop

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Please rate the sessions based on the knowledge it delivers on following topics 1. Lawful Interception 5 2. Steganography and password recovery tools 5 3. Cyber Forensic Tool -FREDDIE 5 4. Email Investigations 5 5. Cyber Café Regulations 5 6. Search and Seizure of evidence in electronic environment 5 7. Cyber Forensics Tools- Encase 5 8. Portable Computer Forensic Workstation 5 9. Banking Frauds 5 10. Big Data Analysis in Investigations 5 11. Mobile Phone Forensics 5 12. Call Data Record (CDR) Analysis 5 13. IT Act 2000 and Its amendments 5 14. Role of Adjudicating officers 5

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4. Speaker Profile: How would you rate the speakers with respect to the following  Presentation Skills  Knowledge of Topic  Response to your Queries

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Comment________________________________________________________________ 5. Exhibitions: How would you rate the exhibitors with respect to the following  The demonstration provided by Exhibitors  Relevance of technology to Law Enforcement Agencies  Responding to your Queries

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Comment________________________________________________________________ 6. Management of Workshop How would you rate the overall management of workshop with respect to the following  Ease of Registration 5 4 3  Content of workshop 5 4 3 5 4 3  Management of the program 5 4 3  Hospitality 5 4 3  Quality of Food Excellent poor Comment________________________________________________ ________________

Feedback/Testimonial:__________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________

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Annexure 5 – Media Coverage

Two day 'Cyber crime awareness workshop for law enforcement agencies' organized in Chandigarh Vibhor Mohan, TNN Sep 27, 2012, 08.08PM IST

CHANDIGARH: Data Security Council of India(DSCI), set up by NASSCOM in association of Chandigarh Administration and PEC university of Technology has organized a two day "Cyber Crime Awareness workshop for law enforcement agencies" which started on Thursday. The workshop was organized with the support of the Ministry of Communications & Information technology and in association of the Government of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana. The workshop witnessed a houseful participation of police personnel from Chandigarh, Punjab & Haryana with more than 200 officers attending the same. Honorable Minister Shri Adesh Pratap Singh Kairon, Department of IT and Food and Supplies, Punjab inaugurated the workshop. Home Secretary Chandigarh Administration, Shri Anil Kumar, IAS, Secretary Information Technology, Chandigarh Administration Ms. Prerna Puri, IAS and Dr. Gulshan Rai, Director General CERT-In, Shri Jasminder Singh, ADGP crime, Punjab Police were also present during the inaugural session. At the onset Dr. Manoj Datta, Director PEC welcomed Hon'ble Minister Shri. Adesh Pratap Singh Kairon who is also the alumni of PEC having done his Engineering in Electronics from PEC in the year 1980. Dr Datta emphasized on the need of partnering with organizations like DSCI, and Government agencies to deal with challenges of cyber crimes. Mr. Vinayak Godse, Director, Data Security Council of India introduced the objectives and expected outcomes of the event. He informed that DSCI has trained over 20,000 police officers across India in handling cyber crimes and investigations. Home Secretary Anil Kumar said in light of changing scenario, he expressed the need of hi tech hands on training of police officers so that they can improve on their investigative skills. Dr. Gulshan Rai Director General CERT-In in his special address emphasis the need of such workshop. He shared his experiences in dealing with highly sensitive cyber crime cases. He also enlightened the audience about the efforts of Govt. of India in tieing up international co-operation with India in absence of which the challenges of being able to investigate criminal cases based upon cyber space across different physical boundaries are becoming more complex and difficult. Prerna Puri, IAS, Secretary IT chandigarh chaired the session on IT - its role in commissioning & detecting cyber crimes and deliberated on some very important issues on lawful interception In India vis a vis IT Act. Tanvi Garg, Director-IT Chandigarh Administration chaired a session on Email Investigations

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& tracking of emails which was demonstrated by DSCI cyber lab .The participants were quite enthused about these sessions as the no. of cases pertaining to email investigations are extremely large. The guidelines for Cyber cafe regulations were also discussed in an interactive session with all LEAs and Mr Vikram Asnani and Mr. Venkatesh Murthy, Consultants from DSCI. The two-day workshop aims to provide awareness to Police officers, Public Prosecutors, Judiciary, Adjudicating officers on combating cyber crimes and the requirement of building capability. More than 150 police officers from state of Haryana and Punjab and from Chandigarh administration attended the program. Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) has led the fight against cyber crimes not only through the IT Act 2000 and Amendment in 2008 to cover more variety of cyber crimes. It has also pioneered the development of cyber forensics package through its R&D program. DIT has helped train police officers at various levels through a number of programs including training and forensic facilities at CBI, NPA, and some of the state police centers Source: Times of India http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-09-27/chandigarh/34126701_1_cyber-crimes-dscidata-security-council

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COPS GET TRAINING ON HANDLING CYBER CRIME 28 Sep 2012 Hindustan Times (Chandigarh)HTC CHANDIGARH: The Data Security Council of India (DSCI) set up by Nasscom in association with the Chandigarh administration and PEC University of Technology has organised a two-day “cyber crime awareness workshop for law enforcement agencies”, which started on the PEC campus on Thursday. It has been organised with the support of Ministry of communications and information technology and in association of governments of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana. The workshop witnessed a houseful participation of police personnel from Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana with more than 200 officers attending it. Punjab minister Adesh Pratap Singh Kairon inaugurated the workshop. UT home secretary Anil Kumar was also present. Vinayak Godse, director, Data Security Council of India, introduced the objectives of the event. He said the DSCI had trained over 20,000 police officers across India in handling cyber crimes and investigations. Source: Hindustan Times Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) | 28 Sep 2012 | | Page: 33

Workshop on cyber crime awareness ends 29 Sep 2012 Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) CHANDIGARH: The two-day workshop organised on cyber crime awareness for law enforcement agencies (LEA) concluded at PEC University of Technology here on Friday. “More such workshops and training courses will be organised with Data Security Council of India (DSCI) and Cyber Security Research Centre at PEC to ensure that the UT Police is upgraded with all required skills,” said Prerna Puri, secretary IT. Deshraj Singh, SP crime, Chandigarh Police, talked about the cyber forensics tools for investigation. The workshop concluded with a session on IT Act 2000. Source: Hindustan Times Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) | 29 Sep 2012 | | Page: 34

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‘Indian police not capable of solving hi-tech cyber crimes’ Snehil Sinha : Chandigarh, Sat Sep 29 2012, 01:26 hrs A senior UT police officer on Friday stated that the country’s police force was not capable of solving hi-tech cyber crimes. “If we rate the cyber crimes in the country on a scale of 1 to 10, the Indian police forces are only capable of solving the crimes at the scale of 3, or a maximum 4,” said the Superintendent of Police (Traffic), Chandigarh, Maneesh Chaudhry while addressing a two-day workshop on cyber crimes at the Punjab Engineering College in Chandigarh. From lack of mandatory computer training during recruitment to lack of international treaties, Chaudhry cited various difficulties faced by the Indian police forces in tracking cyber crimes. The Haryana cadre IPS officer emphasised on the need for trained manpower in the police department. “Old parameters are still followed for recruitment of police officers and there is no criteria for even basic computer literacy,” he said before adding that officers are trained on the job to tackle cyber crimes, which are not sufficient to handle major technical offences. “Today, if you want to register a case of cyber crime, the police station officials will send you to the cyber crime cell as all police stations are not equipped to handle such offences. The recruitment process should be amended to include at least some percentage of officials specially trained for cyber crime. When cyber crime also fails, we require help of the cyber forensic experts,” Chaudhry said. The IPS officer also stressed on the lack of an international framework to tackle cyber crime as another major reason for the police’s failure in this field. He added that most of these crimes are committed through service providers in different countries, which makes it difficult to track the criminals. “For instance, a criminal based in Chandigarh, can make use of several easily available options on the Internet and route his cyber-fraud (e.g. a banking fraud) through several servers in China, America, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and back to India. The first difficulty is to obtain permission for investigation from the host country, which might take a long time. There are possibilities that they may not provide permission. Further, a team has to be sent to that country to obtain the information, which will lead to much wastage of energy and resources,” he said. The police official also cited the process required to obtain evidence as another hindrance. Evidence related to cyber crime is gathered from Forensic Science Laboratories (FSLs). There is one FSL in every state and there are six central FSLs. “Once the information has been sought from the FSLs, it takes months for them to get back with any report as they are overworked with many cases piling up. By that time, the accused is no more under investigation; he is either on Judicial custody or bailed out,” Chaudhry said. He insisted that there should be a FSL at every police station to handle the increasing number of cyber crimes.

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Chaudhry also singled out anti-forensic software, used by criminals, as playing a major role in hampering investigation. “If one uses these software, data travels through the servers of various countries before reaching the receiver. While investigating, it becomes impossible to seek information from ten different countries before the criminal can be nabbed,” he said. He added that at present there is no licensing authority in this field and critical infrastructure is missing. The workshop, organised by the Data Security Council of India (DSCI), a part of NASSCOM, in association with the Chandigarh Administration and PEC University of Technology, concluded on Friday. It was organised with the support of Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and in association with the governments of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana. Source: Indian Express http://www.indianexpress.com/news/-indian-police-not-capable-of-solving-hitech-cyber-crimes/1009410/0 Image: http://epaper.indianexpress.com/59243/Chandigarh/28-September-2012#page/23/1

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Workshop to be held on Cyber crime Inbrief . Wednesday, 26 September 2012 21:24 pioneer Chandigarh: A two-day workshop on Cyber Crime Awareness for law enforcement agencies would be organised by Data Security Council of India (DSCI) an SRO setup by NASSCOM, in association with the Ministry of Communications and Information technology and Government of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana on September 27 and 28. An official spokesman said that Punjab Engineering College University, Chandigarh would host this awareness workshop in its campus. This workshop aims to provide awareness amongst Police officers, Public Prosecutors, Judiciary, Adjudicating officers regarding combating cyber crimes and the requirement of building capability. Source: The Pioneer http://www.dailypioneer.com/state-editions/chandigarh/97323-inbrief.html

Workshop on cyber crime awareness for law enforcement agencies Chandigarh - Wednesday, Sep 26 2012 IST A two-day workshop on cyber crime awareness for law enforcement agencies would be organised by Data Security Council of India (DSCI), set up by NASSCOM, in association with the Ministry of Communications and Information technology and the governments of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh administration on September 27 and 28. An official spokesman today said Punjab Engineering College University, Chandigarh would host this awareness workshop in its campus. This workshop, he said, aimed to provide awareness among police officers, public prosecutors, judiciary, adjudicating officers regarding combating cyber crimes and the requirement of building capability. The workshop would also have an open house for the users and corporates to discuss the issues faced by them and understand their expectations from Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in handling cyber crimes. The first such workshop was held in Gujarat which was attended by more than 120 officers. The workshop would be supported by cyber forensics companies like Foundation Futuristic, Lab Systems, CYINT Technologies, Pyramid, XIARCH, Pro-Soft, NUIX, Hi-Tech and Precession which would share their expertise with the participants of the workshop. The workshop would also have an exhibition pavilion where cyber forensics technologies and solutions would be demonstrated. Source: Webindia123.com http://news.webindia123.com/news/Articles/India/20120926/2071308.html

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A two-day workshop on Cyber Crime Awareness for law enforcement agencies would be organized by Data Security Council of India (DSCI) an SRO setup by NASSCOM, in association with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and Government of Chandigarh. Category : Haryana State News Chandigarh, Sept 25- A two-day workshop on Cyber Crime Awareness for law enforcement agencies would be organized by Data Security Council of India (DSCI) an SRO setup by NASSCOM, in association with the Ministry of Communications and Information technology and Government of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana on September 27 and 28, 2012. While stating this today, an official spokesman said that Punjab Engineering College University, Chandigarh would host this awareness workshop in its campus. This workshop aims to provide awareness amongst Police officers, Public Prosecutors, Judiciary, Adjudicating officers regarding combating cyber crimes and the requirement of building capability. The workshop would also have an open house for the users and corporates to discuss the issues faced by them and understand their expectations from Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in handling cyber crimes. The first of such workshop was held in Gujarat which was attended by more than 120 officers. The Workshop would be supported by cyber forensics companies like Foundation Futuristic, Lab Systems, CYINT Technologies, Pyramid, XIARCH, Pro-Soft, NUIX, Hi-Tech and Precesion which would share their expertise with the participants of the workshop. The workshop would also have an exhibition pavilion where cyber forensics technologies and solutions would be demonstrated. Dr. Gulshan Rai, DG-Cert-IN, Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) would deliver a special address during the workshop. Source: Indianews Calling - NEWS FROM HARYANA STATE http://www.indianewscalling.com/tip.php?tipid=28226

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A two-day workshop on Cyber Crime Awareness for law enforcement agencies would be organized by Data Security Council of India Posted by Pushpendar Singh Rajput at 7:52 pm , sept 26 Chandigarh, Sept 26- A two-day workshop on Cyber Crime Awareness for law enforcement agencies would be organized by Data Security Council of India (DSCI) an SRO setup by NASSCOM, in association with the Ministry of Communications and Information technology and Government of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana on September 27 and 28, 2012. While stating this today, an official spokesman said that Punjab Engineering College University, Chandigarh would host this awareness workshop in its campus. This workshop aims to provide awareness amongst Police officers, Public Prosecutors, Judiciary, Adjudicating officers regarding combating cyber crimes and the requirement of building capability. The workshop would also have an open house for the users and corporates to discuss the issues faced by them and understand their expectations from Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in handling cyber crimes. The first of such workshop was held in Gujarat which was attended by more than 120 officers. The Workshop would be supported by cyber forensics companies like Foundation Futuristic, Lab Systems, CYINT Technologies, Pyramid, XIARCH, Pro-Soft, NUIX, Hi-Tech and Precession which would share their expertise with the participants of the workshop. The workshop would also have an exhibition pavilion where cyber forensics technologies and solutions would be demonstrated. Dr. Gulshan Rai, DG-Cert-IN, Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) would deliver a special address during the workshop. Source: Haryanaabtak http://haryanaabtak.com/a-two-day-workshop-on-cyber-crime-awareness-for-law-enforcementagencies-would-be-organized-by-data-security-council-of-india

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Haryana News: Cyber Crime Awareness would be organized by Data Security Council of India Rajeev Vaid 9136150250 | Sep 27, 2012 Haryana News: A two-day workshop on Cyber Crime Awareness for law enforcement agencies would be organized by Data Security Council of India (DSCI) an SRO setup by NASSCOM, in association with the Ministry of Communications and Information technology and Government of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana on September 27 and 28, 2012. While stating this today, an official spokesman said that Punjab Engineering College University, Chandigarh would host this awareness workshop in its campus. This workshop aims to provide awareness amongst Police officers, Public Prosecutors, Judiciary, Adjudicating officers regarding combating cyber crimes and the requirement of building capability. The workshop would also have an open house for the users and corporates to discuss the issues faced by them and understand their expectations from Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in handling cyber crimes. The first of such workshop was held in Gujarat which was attended by more than 120 officers. The Workshop would be supported by cyber forensics companies like Foundation Futuristic, Lab Systems, CYINT Technologies, Pyramid, XIARCH, Pro-Soft, NUIX, Hi-Tech and Precession which would share their expertise with the participants of the workshop. The workshop would also have an exhibition pavilion where cyber forensics technologies and solutions would be demonstrated. Dr. Gulshan Rai, DG-Cert-IN, Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) would deliver a special address during the workshop Source: Faridabad Metro http://faridabadmetro.com/2012/09/27/haryana-news-cyber-crime-awareness-would-be-organized-bydata-security-council-of-india/

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