NAHARLAGUN, Feb 12: The Administrative Training Institute (ATI) here in collaboration with the National Institute of Smart Government (NISG) has commenced a three-day intensive cyber security awareness programme for the Arunachal Pradesh Police personnel on Monday. The training programme is set to equip participants with vital knowledge and skills essential for combating cyber threats effectively.
The programme encompasses a diverse range of topics crucial for understanding and addressing contemporary cyber threats. Sessions will cover an overview of cyber crime investigation and standard operating procedures, open-source intelligence, social media and financial crimes, online scams, investigation of web-related crimes, PSTN call-based investigation, live forensics, forensic imaging, Windows forensics, and cryptos.
Gracing the inaugural ceremony, ATI Director Pate Marik highlighted the significance of such initiatives in bolstering the capabilities of law enforcement personnel in tackling cyber threats effectively.
He said, this collaboration between ATI and NISG underscores the commitment to enhancing cyber security awareness and capabilities among police personnel, thereby reinforcing the safety and security of Arunachal Pradesh in the digital age.
Twenty-six police officials are attending the programme. Distinguished speakers, including Narendra Dahiya, Senior Manager at NISG, along with guest faculties Amolak Singh and Sandeep Mudalkar, will share their extensive expertise and insights in the field of cyber security.