NEW DELHI: Centre’s cybercrime reporting portal received over 10 lakh cybercrime complaints in 2022. This data was given by Rajesh Kumar, CEO, I4C, MHA.
“The cybercrime reporting portal of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) that is Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C) – www.cybercrime.gov.in received over 10 lakh complaints last year alone,” said Kumar at KAVACH-2023, a national-level hackathon.
Explaining the increase in cases, Kumar said the number of complaints in 2022 was 168% more than it received the previous year.
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“With the enhanced digital adoption, the rate of crime the rate of cyber crime has been growing exponentially. The enormity of the problem is huge. Our ecosystem to handle these have not developed at a commensurate pace, and therefore it is necessary that we collaborate with organization’s like AICTE – Ministry of Education to find solutions to these problems and what can be a better way than to throw up in this challenge to the youngest and the brightest minds in the country,” Kumar said.
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KAVACH 2023 is a national-level Hackathon was jointly launched by the All India Council for Technical Education and the Bureau of Police Research and Development. This unique national Hackathon aims is to identify innovative concepts and technology solutions for addressing the security challenges of the 21st century faced by our intelligence agencies.
KAVACH-2023 is conceived to challenge India’s innovative minds to conceptualize ideas and framework in the domain of cyber security using artificial intelligence, deep learning, machine learning, automation, big data and cloud computing.
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What is the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C):
I4C is in charge of coordinating and fighting cybercrime in the country in the best way possible. It works with law enforcement agencies around the clock to flag cybercrime cases so that they can be found and fixed quickly.
In the fight against cybercrime, I4C is a hub. It wants to find research problems and work with universities and research institutes in India and around the world to develop new technologies and forensic tools through research and development (R&D). The goal is to stop extremist and terrorist groups from using cyberspace to help their causes.
I4C suggests that cyber laws be changed as needed to keep up with how quickly technologies change and to help countries work together.
It coordinates all activities related to the implementation of Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLAT) with other countries about cybercrime. It does this in consultation with the relevant nodal authority in the MHA.
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