The Director-General of Police, Anjani Kumar, addressed the Telangana State Cyber Security Bureau (TSCSB) training-cum-workshop in Hyderabad. During his speech, he emphasized the need for a multifaceted approach to address cyber security issues and mitigate the risks of cybercrimes. This approach should include technology, education, policy, and collaboration.
Anjani Kumar highlighted the importance of vigilance and adaptation to new threats in the ongoing process of cyber security. He urged officials to stay updated on new challenges such as crypto, internet-related issues, and VOIP. All personnel deputed to TSCSB should receive proper training to cope with emerging cybercrimes. Additionally, police personnel should regularly upgrade their investigating skills, with support from TSCSB.
The Director-General also mentioned the changing crime pattern from traditional to cybercrimes due to digitalization and technological advancements. In order to combat cybercrimes effectively, TSCSB will monitor and analyze information related to arrested persons in cybercrime cases across the country. By establishing crime links and sharing them with units in Telangana, TSCSB aims to reduce under investigation cases and deter cyber offenders from committing further offenses.
Stephen Ravindra, Cyberabad Police Commissioner and TSCSB Director, announced plans to conduct regular meetings to review the progress of cybercrime cases. He explained how cybercrime investigating tools have been assisting officers in quick investigations.
Several officials including IGP Multi Zone-II Shanawaz Qasim, IGP Multi Zone-I S Chandrasekhar Reddy, IGP Training Tarun Joshi, Commissioner of Police Ramagundam Rema Rajeshwari, DCP Cyber Crimes Cyberabad Riti Raj, TSCSB SP VishwajitKampati IPS, Cyberabad DCP (Crimes) Kalmeshwar Shingenavar, TSCSB DCP KCS Raghuveer, and others were present at the workshop.