Kerala Police to conduct Ethical Hacking Training workshop on July 02


Trivandrum: Kerala Police in association with Technopark is conducting an ethical hacking training workshop, Hacking Parade on the July 02, 2016 at the Technopark Campus in Thiruvananthapuram. The event is organised by Cyberdome to train Police officers working in the various cyber cells of the State, Station House Officers and CyberDome volunteers in the latest issues in the cyber world which includes Social Engineering, Ransomware, IPv6 Compatibility Issues, Cyber Warfare and Threat Intelligence.

Chief Minister Shri Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate few projects of Cyberdome. All the projects have been implemented with partnership with the IT Experts and with no cost to Government. It is for the first time that such projects are being implemented in the country.

Inauguration of Social Media Lab to prevent crimes against women and children on the Internet, inauguration of the new website of Cyberdome, inauguration of new Kerala Police Traffic Apps, inauguration of the online portal of Kerala Police Circulars, and a competition of ethical hacking and training session with Government Officials, Police Officers, Banking Sector, etc. are the activities planned at the event.

Technical sessions will also be held on Bitcoins, Artificial Intelligence and Security for the new world. A session will be held with the Cyberdome volunteers, for hands on experience on the latest cyber threats and strategies will be formulated to handle the current cyber crimes being registered and investigated by the Police.

According to Manoj Abraham IPS, Nodal Officer of Cyberdome, immediate plans for the future include extending this initiative as a cyber security task force of the State, Online Cyber Crime / Vulnerability / Abuse Reporting System can be extended as Virtual Police Station concept to help public to get advantage from this initiative, to expand this centre as a central physical security monitoring control room for Government as well as Private sector resources, to extend the centre as full-fledged R&D centre for effective policing by accrediting with some Universities, and to expand the centre to meet the International Standards of Cyber security by hiring more professionals from Industry.

Kerala IT News


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