Amid rising cases of cyber crime in the city, two dozen officers of the Gurgaon police attended a training session on cyber security and crime detection organised by the National Association of Software Companies (Nasscom) on Monday. The workshop was held at the Gurgaon police commissioner's office.
Experts from Nasscom spoke to officials on aspects of high-end cyber crime fighting techniques, forensics and investigation.
The officials were also trained to deal with cases involving data theft, IP address detection, hacking of websites etc. Besides, issues such as surveillance of mobile phone of abductors, tracing a mobile phone's location in murder and kidnapping cases etc were also delved into.
Presently, the Gurgaon police have two dedicated cells to deal with cyber crime investigations and scanning of technical details to assist a probe.
Gurgaon police commissioner Alok Mittal also addressed his officers on speedy investigation tips.