A three-day conference in Delhi will begin on January 20, in which senior police officers, of the rank of DGP and lGP from all states will take part.
New Delhi: Cybercrime has been increasing with every passing day. Sometimes confidential data is stolen through cyberattacks. It should be stopped at the earliest possible time for the security of people and the country.
A three-day conference in Delhi will begin on January 20, in which senior police officers, including the Director General of Police (DGP) and Inspector General of Police (IGP) from all states, will sit together. The all-India meeting of senior police officers will take place to develop methods for reducing crime in the country.
The meeting will also include senior officers from various intelligence agencies. Sources claim that a mechanism will be developed to stop significant cyberattacks against prestigious institutes like AIIMS.
There will be further efforts developed to stop large drug deals from taking place and catch traffickers. Security around the coast will receive special attention in this conference.
The matter of putting a stop to terrorist gangs will also be covered in the meeting.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah will also attend the upcoming conference.
All officials will get a chance to share their ideas, and joint action is expected to be taken all over the country on the points agreed upon in the meeting