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    The Cyberabad police commissioner and the Secretary General of the Society for Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC) met with CEOs from 20 large Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI) organizations in Cyberabad. The purpose of the meeting was to gather feedback on how SCSC has been performing and discuss any changes or new ideas. The goal is to benefit the IT industry in Hyderabad and encourage more companies to establish themselves there.

    During the meeting, one suggestion from the industry was for the police to provide clear guidelines on carpooling. This would help reduce traffic congestion and encourage more individuals to participate in carpooling.

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    The organizations were also encouraged to nominate their information security professionals to the CISO Council or participate in the Centre of Excellence for Cyber Safety (TSPCC). The commissioner mentioned that the COE can accommodate larger numbers now that its capacity has been expanded.

    The industry representatives requested that the Cyberabad police address the growing issue of cybercrimes. They expressed their willingness to partner with the police and SCSC to spread awareness and assist wherever necessary. The department welcomed this collaboration and pledged to work closely with them.

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