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Algoritha Security Launches ‘Make in India’ Cyber Lab for Educational Institutions



Noida: Algoritha Security, a leading name in the field of Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), is set to revolutionize cyber education in India with the launch of its ‘Make in India’ Cyber Lab. Aimed at educational institutions, this initiative promises to provide cutting-edge Cyber Forensics Tools and Technologies at a discounted price for educational institutions.

The ‘Make in India’ Cyber Lab’s comprehensive suite of products and offerings includes:

• Threat Intelligence & DarkWeb Monitoring

• Social Media Analytics

• OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) Tools

• Forensic Workstations

• Blockchain Forensics

• Anti-Ransomware Solutions

• Deepfake Detection Technology

• Facial Recognition Solutions

• Disk Forensics

• Live Forensics

• CDR/IPDR Log Analysis

• Evidence Management Systems

• Mobile Forensics

• Network Forensics

• Multimedia Forensics

• Cybersecurity Kits

Algoritha Security's Offerings in DFIR Domain

Algoritha Security’s Offerings in DFIR Domain

These tools will not only enhance the educational curriculum but also provide practical, hands-on experience in tackling real-world digital threats. Students who want to make a career in cybersecurity and DFIR would immensely benefit from such labs. The discounted price for the educational license ensures that even institutions with limited budgets can access and benefit from these state-of-the-art technologies.

In view of rising cyber threats and digital frauds, it is worth mentioning that the University Grants Commission (UGC) has emphasized the need for cyber security awareness at all levels of education, as highlighted in the attached UGC circular dated 25th November 2020. Additionally, the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C) under the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has proposed the observance of ‘Cyber Jaagrookta Diwas’ on the first Wednesday of every month in educational institutions to foster cyber hygiene and create awareness about cybercrimes and digital forensics. Furthermore, the UGC has mandated the appointment of a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) in every university (D.O. No. 1-42/2022(

Algoritha Security’s initiative aligns with the ‘Make in India’ and ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ missions, emphasizing self-reliance and innovation within the country. By fostering a robust cybersecurity and DFIR ecosystem within educational institutions, Algoritha aims to nurture skilled professionals who can contribute to the Digital Forensics domain and national security.

Interested parties can contact Algoritha Security at or visit for more information.

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