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Cyber Policing: Challenges and Way Forward

Cyber Policing: Challenges and Way Forward – Workshop 28th July 2022 09:00 – 11:00

 

 

 

‘Cyber Policing: Challenges and Way Forward” – Thursday 28th July 2022 0900-1100

Led by The National Forensic Sciences University of India

Introduction: National Forensics Sciences University welcome all cyber forensics experts to come and share valuable experience and top ideas on broad branches of topics in current emerging trends and regulations, advance policing, futuristic investigation concepts and key ways. Receive valuable insights and experience solutions that could make a great impact on strengthen the smart policing requirements. This discussion offers an atmosphere of “community spirit” where cyberspace technocrats come together to learn, debate, exchange and explore best practices, strategies and mind-opening ideas.

Objectives: One of the major new challenges in policing is cybercrime a fast-mutating phenomena of truly global character particularly testing for international police cooperation. The conference will help to emphasize the role of police in fighting this field of crime highlighting the problems and challenges.

With the unique challenges of cybercrime for policing cyberspace, which require a review of traditional approaches to the concept of policing, application of new tools both legislative and technical for investigation development of skills of working with electronic evidence and last but not least the ability to cooperate with industry players. One of the critical issues is also capacity building because the mere possession of new technologies for the investigation and detection of crime does not mean the ability to utilize them. Conclusions are drawn to highlight the need for reviewing the concept of police activity in the real world to address the challenges emerging in cyberspace as well as the necessity for capacity building and cooperation in a multi-stakeholder environment.

Speakers:

Dr. J. M. Vyas (Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, NFSU) – CHAIR

Prof. Naveen Kumar Chaudhary (Dean, School of Cyber Security & Digital Forensics)

Air Commodore K.R. Thaakar(Dean, School of Police Science and Security Studies)

Pol. Lt. Taiyawat Vivatkiat (Royal Police Cadet Academy, Thailand)

Shri. Bhushan G Borase, IPS (Assistant Director, SVPNPA, Hyderabad)

Dr Stuart Hyde QPM (London Policing College)

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