Training on cyber security, crimes imparted

NAHARLAGUN, Jul 21: The Arunachal Pradesh State Legal Services Authority (APSLSA) organised an ‘awareness-cum-training programme on cyber security, cyber crimes and electronic evidence’ for 65 judicial officers, advocates, police officers, and staffs of the Women Helpline and the One-Stop Centre, here on Sunday.
Mediator in the Supreme Court, Reema Bhandari, gave a brief introduction to ‘Cyber world: Role of internet in criminal world and role of social media’. She also spoke on “safeguards from cybercrimes and challenges of cyber laws in India.”
Delhi High Court advocate and IT expert, Manish Manocha, presented an overview on ‘Cyber crime: Crime through emails, mobiles phones and crimes through social media, etc’.
In the afternoon session, Bhandari spoke on “structuring and processing complaints and creating investigation roadmap,” besides the Information Technology Act, remedies in civil and criminal matters, etc.
She also spoke on ‘Admissibility of electronics evidence: Different types of electronic evidence and their admissibility, mandatory authentication of electronic evidence’.
Manocha conducted a talk on ‘Cyber forensics: Classification, standard operating procedure, challenges’, and ‘Electronic evidence: Forms of electronic evidence, technical challenges of electronic evidences’.
A brief interaction session followed, where queries raised by participants were addressed.
APSLSA Member Secretary Budi Habung was also one of the resource persons.
Among others, Yupia District & Sessions Judge Jaweplu Chai, Pasighat Chief Judicial Magistrate Mary Kamsi, and Yupia Judicial Magistrate (First Class) Tenzin Metho were present.