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Nagaland. Senior Police Officers Participate in Cybercrime Workshop | MorungExpress

Senior Nagaland Police officers and others during the workshop held at Conference Hall PHQ, Nagaland. (Photo DIPR)

Kohima, April 30 (MExN): A two-day workshop on “Emerging Crimes in Cyberspace: Role of Digital Forensics in Cybercrime Investigations” for Nagaland Police Senior Officers, jointly organized by NIELIT Kohima and Nagaland Police, took place held on April 25 and 26 at Conference Hall PHQ, Nagaland. A total of 54 senior Nagaland Police officers attended the workshop.

Resource persons were Ashok Dohare, IPS, DGP (Retd) Madhya Pradesh and ASA Krishnan, Sr Director (Retd), Meity, Government of India.

Superintendent of Police (Crime) and PRO, PHQ Nagaland through a press release said Nagaland Police Director General T John Longkumer, IPS urged attendees and welcomed to resource persons on behalf of the Nagaland Police.

The first day of the workshop included sessions on Emerging Cybercrimes and Threats, Technical and Legal Challenges in Cyberspace by Ashok Dohare, and sessions on the IT Act, Attribution of Digital Evidence and Appreciation of digital proof by ASA Krishnan.

On the second day, Er Lanuwabang, Director, NIELIT Kohima, highlighted the facilities and services offered by the NIELIT Kohima, which was followed by topics on Digital Forensics and Mobile Forensics, Cyber ​​Security Policy by Resource Persons .