“The Centre would develop cyber forensic to assist cyber police in efficient investigation of crimes. The government is committed to ensuring cyber security in the state and strengthen crime prevention using Internet and other new generation devices” Oommen Chandy said, while addressing the valedictory of the two-day 'International Cyber Security and Policing Conference'.

The conference was attended by cyber enforcers from across the country to share their experiences, skills and also create a common platform for future interaction. The state police, Kerala IT Mission, CERT-IN Kerala, Society for Policing of Cyberspace and Information Security Research Association jointly held the conference titled 'COCON-2013'.

Participants deliberated on innovations in cyber security, prevention and detection of cyber crime against women and digitization of public service delivery systems. The event provided a platform for experts in to discuss and share latest trends in cybercrime and deliberate on methods to combat it.

(JPN)

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